Chequessett Club’s semi-private nine-hole golf course has two sets of tees for 18-hole play with fabulous views overlooking Wellfleet Harbor. The course has challenging shot-making decisions, water hazards, small undulating greens, and strategically placed bunkers to add to the fun and challenge of this unique semi-links course.

Along with the unique offerings of the course, Chequessett Club hosts a variety of playing opportunities, including golf mixers, tournaments, and leagues; Public welcome!

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Men’s Golf League
(Members Only)

Tuesday and Thursday Mornings

The Chequessett Men’s League provides creative formats and player rotation for a fun and competitive golfing experience.


$55 annually which includes weekly prizes (awarded as Pro Shop Credits) and league functions. All members must maintain a GHIN Handicap.

League Co-Chairs

Gary Carter, Mike Snell

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*All members must maintain a GHIN Handicap

WoMen’s Golf League
(Members Only)

Monday and Wednesday Mornings

The Chequessett Women’s Golf League provides a jubilant atmosphere to enjoy golf and the comradery of friends!

The League plays 9- and 18-hole tournaments on Mondays and 9-hole tournaments on Wednesdays. The Womens League also hosts golf skill clinics, social events, and luncheons at the beginning and end of the season.


$55 annually which includes weekly prizes (awarded as Pro Shop Credits) and league functions. All members must maintain a GHIN Handicap.

League Co-Chairs

Virginia Palazzo & Dee Anderson

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*All members must maintain a GHIN Handicap


Type18 Holes9 Holes
Member: no additional fees, Member Guest (must be accompanied by a member)
Golf Afternoon – Member$45$30
Junior (*Guest or Non-Member | Under age of 18)$25
Riding Carts for 9-Hole Play are available from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM, Riding Carts for 18-Hole Play are available from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM, Pull Carts are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
10 Cart Pass (2 Free Rides)$185$145
Unlimited Cart Pass$810N/A

Golf Rules & regulations

The Chequessett Club has established certain rules to ensure the safety and enjoyment of members, their guests, and non-members alike.

General Golf Course Rules

  1. Except when modified by the Club’s local rules, the rules of golf of the United States Golf Association (USGA) govern play. Local rules appear on the Club’s scorecard.
  2. All players must check-in at the Pro Shop prior to play.
  3. The Course Superintendent and the Club’s office shall determine when the course conditions prohibit play on any or all holes.
  4. All play must start on #1 Tee unless otherwise directed by the Pro Shop staff.
  5. No more than four players per group, unless authorized by the Pro Shop staff.
  6. Repair ball marks and spike marks on greens and replace divots in fairways.
  7. Rake all tracks before leaving a sand bunker. Place rake outside of the bunker.
  8. Practice golf activities are limited to the practice green and designated driving range. Practice is prohibited to, or on, regular greens and fairways of the golf course.
  9. Each player must have a set of clubs and separate bag.
  10. No coolers of any kind are allowed on the Clubs premises. Club supplied coolers & beverages are allowed at the Club. No exceptions.
  11. The Club shall not be liable for damage caused by errant golf balls.

Tee Time Policies

Tee times are required from April 1st through October 30th. Tee times can be reserved in person or through the Club’s website: Reservations must include the name of each member, guest, or non-member playing. All non-members must reserve tee times online and pre-pay the greens fees. All members, guests, and non-members must check in at the Pro Shop before advancing to the first tee. If you do not plan to use your tee time, please call, and cancel within 24 hours to allow others to play. Reserving a foursome with the intention of single play is strictly prohibited.

Golf Handicaps

Golf handicaps are required for Club leagues, Club tournaments, scrambles, quotas, and certain special club events. Members should post all scores after playing a round. Golf handicaps can be purchased by contacting the Massachusetts Golf Association. The Club doesn’t process handicap renewals or new registrations any longer. Link to Renew/Join below.

MGA Handicap Renew/Join


Suggested proper attire includes collared shirts for men, tucked in. No athletic attire, sweat suits, or tennis attire. For women, suggested attire includes sleeveless shirts with a collar or round collar shirts with sleeves. No athletic attire, sweat suits, tennis attire, halters or tube tops, nor tank tops.

Only soft spike shoes and flat-soled sneakers may be used on the course.

Pace of Play

Chequessett Club golf course has a pace of play of roughly 2 hours. Players in a group of 4 should finish 9 holes within the two hour timeframe for 9 holes. The responsibility of golfers is to be prepared to play and observe the “Ready Golf” recommendation. If your group falls behind the group in front of you, the expectation is that you make every effort to get back in position. Club officials reserve the right to ask players to pick up their balls and move forward to comply with the course pace of play.

Course conditions

Chequessett’s Course Superintendent determines whether the course is suitable for play and whether certain golf cart restrictions apply on a given day. Signs will indicate most restrictions. Golfers using riding carts must comply with any restrictions and follow carts signs without delay.

Electric Golf Cart Operations & Rules

  1. Individuals operating electric riding carts must have a valid driver’s license and be at least 16 years of age.
  2. Carts are restricted to two riders and two bags.
  3. Carts must follow the 90-degree cart rule. All carts should enter the fairway at 90 degrees from the cart path when approaching the position of a player’s ball. Carts are prohibited on the shoulder or surface of any tee, green, or bunker.
  4. The Course Superintendent determines if course conditions force the use of cart paths only or if prohibited altogether. If this occurs, it will be posted in the Pro Shop and by signs on the course.
  5. The driver of the cart always assumes the responsibility for returning the cart in the same condition when rented. The driver is also responsible for any damage caused during then operation of the cart.

Blue (disability) Flag Privileges & Restrictions

Chequessett Club recognizes the need for a disability flag program to enhance the golfing experience for qualifying members, guests, and non-members. Blue Flags for golf carts are available in the Pro Shop. In all cases, the 90 Degree Rule applies. Carts must park at least 30 feet from the green and near, but not on, the tee box.

Check Us Out On Golf Destination!

Chequessett Club was featured on Golf Destination, the longest-running golf travel show in the United States! Watch the video below & check us out at the 10 min. 15 sec. mark.

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