• Wed
    07
    Oct
    2020
    Thu
    08
    Oct
    2020
    Sacconnesset Golf Club & The Ridge Club

    Formally The Golf Club of Cape Cod and The Golf Club at Sacconnesset, Sacconnesset Golf Club was developed in 2007 by Rees Jones. Since that time, Sacconnesset has become one of the premier golf clubs on Cape Cod. The first and only golf course on Cape Cod designed by Rees Jones, SGC provides every golfer with a different challenge and every round can be finished off with a drink on one of the best patios around, overlooking the 17th and 18th hole.

    Located in the quaint town of Sandwich, this Robert Von Hagge designed course is best known for it's island green 17th hole. The Ridge Club provides a consistent and exceptional experience for golfers of all abilities as it weaves throughout the community. In 2018, The Ridge Club was purchased by the world leader in private golf clubs, ClubCorp. Since then, there have been many great changes made to the golf course, including revamping the entire driving range and practice facility.

    The Coakley-Stimets will be a best two balls of the foursome event with net and gross champions. Each team will play one round at each course. Daily prizes will be awarded for low net and low gross team scores. Handicaps will be set at 80% of the player’s index as of the latest handicap revision prior to play.

    All USGA rules apply in addition to any local rules of which players will be made aware before the start of play.

    *Cancellation Policy

     

    In the event a member or a guest of a member would like to cancel their entry in an NESGA tournament due to any, and all circumstances after they have completed their registration for the tournament, his entry fee and any associated payments will be held until all financial obligations made on behalf of the NESGA and its members are paid. Financial obligations include, but are not limited to, credit card fees and unrecoverable costs.  Unrecoverable costs will include scheduled green fees, carts, range fees, prizes, food and beverage commitments as well as a share of the cost of running the tournament. After all obligations are met and paid for the NESGA will issue a refund. The NESGA will make every effort to mitigate the costs that reduce a member’s refund.

     

    If a tournament is cancelled due to course closure or other extenuating circumstances, all registered members will be entitled to a refund minus unrecoverable costs. Again, the NESGA will make every effort to mitigate the costs that reduce a member’s refund.

  • Thu
    16
    Sep
    2021
    Fri
    17
    Sep
    2021
    Ekwanok Country Club & Optional Day at Dorset Field Club

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    Postponed to 2021!

    Ekwanok Country Club- Founded in 1899, and consistently ranked in the 21st century by Golfweek Magazine as having one of the top classic golf courses in America, Ekwanok Country Club enjoys a charmed existence as a challenging golf course set amid the spectacular views of the Green Mountains of Vermont.

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    Dorset Field Club (Optional Day)- The Dorset Field Club is the oldest continuously operating golf club in America. It all began in 1886 when a group of golfers who sum­mered in Dorset laid out a nine-hole golf course on the site of the present Club. A clubhouse was built in 1896 and named “Woodruff Hall” in honor of one of the founders. Over the next century play increased and the course was lengthened and improved. The course has undergone five substantial alterations and re-routings—it became an 18-hole course in 1999.

    Ekwanok Country Club and Dorset Field Club are consistently rated as two of the top golf courses in the state of Vermont.

    The NESGA will be offering a discounted block of rooms at The Luxury Equinox Hotel in Manchester for the nights of September 15th and 16th.

    The W. Royce Taylor Tournament is a better ball of two net format.

    The winning team will be awarded the W. Royce Taylor Bowl. In the event of a tie, the winners will be determined by matching scorecards according to USGA rules. Prizes will also be awarded to the runners-up and the next five places. A low gross and low gross runner-up prize will also be awarded.