As we conclude the 2022 season at Chequessett and remember the amazing fun that was had, it’s important to advise you on the status of membership, club events and the vision for improvements that were made plus further refinements planned. The membership numbers were strong with 300 memberships over the various categories. The Club office has worked with the Board of Governors to create the 2023 Membership Benefits and Rewards along with the approved rates. You will find that information contained within this email message. Tracy Dean will be handling membership renewals and referrals to join, which begin immediately.
This past season, our primary focus was to enhance the experience at Chequessett by offering a robust social calendar for all to enjoy. Thursday evening Happy Hours, New Member Brunch, Summer Clambake, Family Pizza Party, Comedy Night and Governor’s Party were just a few of the many events. Members, their families and guests, enjoyed meeting others, having fun, while enjoying a wide array of well-prepared food offerings. The Club’s Social Committee met regularly this fall planning another great season for 2023. A full slate of social events will be available on the Club’s website beginning January.
The golf season proved to be extremely busy and with the great weather we had, this certainly helped keep the golf course in beautiful condition. The Club recorded the highest number of rounds played in many years. Thanks to our staff led by Dave Stott, and his 20 years of service to the Club, for all their hard work maintaining the course throughout one of driest seasons on record. Mike Peterson and his team greeted everyone coming to play golf, tennis or pickleball. Mike will be retiring from the Club and we thank him for his service. Participation in our Men’s and Women’s golf leagues also proved a fun way to meet folks. Don Brigham provided lessons and clinics which is a terrific way to meet others while honing your skills.
Our tennis and pickleball courts were also very active, including tournament play, round robins, and instructional clinics. Calvin Dees and Tom Quimby provided many hours of lessons and clinics while promoting playing opportunities. The Club used an app – TeamReach to help members coordinate games and to share event information. Given the rise in popularity of both racquet sports, our Racquet Committee has planned many events for 2023.
Sailing is Back! The Club re-introduced the sailing program, which proved to score high marks as part of the popular summer youth camp program. Harry Munns and Colin O’Brien handled everything Waterfront including sailing and beach club. This fall, the Sailing Committee was challenged to develop a well-thought agenda to further engage members in this popular activity. When the tides permit, it’s worth carving out some time to enjoy the Clubs waterfront and all it has to offer.
To mitigate the mosquito infestation of last season, the Club engaged a pest control company to treat the course regularly during the season, plus an extensive grounds winter clean out was performed. This in conjunction with the dryer weather, proved to be the right formula for a mosquito free summer. Next season, the Club plans to continue with the measures of this past season and to monitor the situation to promote a mosquito-free environment. In 2022, the Club continued to make capital improvements to enhance the membership experience. In early January, we purchased new food service equipment at the Club House and Boat House and engaged 349 Café to prepare and serve a wide selection of lunch offerings, special dinners, and late day appetizers. We also leased new electric powered golf carts, installed new golf course signage, and purchased new course maintenance equipment. This season, we have plans to further upgrade areas of the Club House with improved lighting, flooring, and finishes. Planning is also underway to improve parking, replace the Club’s heating system, and renovations to our Maintenance Facility.
The final engineering, design, permitting, and planning stages of the Herring River project continues to progress. Construction of the temporary bridge, spanning the existing dike at Chequessett Neck Road, will be commencing this spring-summer. However, the timing of the project specific to its impact to Chequessett remains in question. Barry McLaughlin and the Club’s Herring River Committee have had continued dialogue with the Town of Wellfleet to obtain more definitive information with respect to the project’s schedule, final course design, and cost, but the information received to date remains inconclusive. With certainty, we can assure you that the Club will remain fully operational throughout the 2023 season. As more information becomes available, we will promptly update all members through email correspondence and the website portal.
Lastly, we are always looking for volunteers to assist with our many committees. If anyone has an interest in getting more involved with any of our programs, please do not hesitate to contact firstname.lastname@example.org or the Club’s office 508-349-3704, ext. 2. We welcome the involvement of all members and appreciate your insight and suggestions to ensure that The Chequessett Club exceeds expectations.
On behalf of the Board of Governors, we wish you an enjoyable holiday season and look forward to seeing everyone in 2023!
Anthony N. Papantonis
President, Board of Governors.
ANTHONY PAPANTONIS, President, Board of Governors
Tony Papantonis is President of Nauset Construction Corp, based in Needham, MA. and has been a Chequessett member since 2008. He also serves as chairman of Habitat For Humanity, Greater Boston and on the Syracuse University Boston Regional Council. A 1985 graduate of Syracuse University where he got a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering, Tony got his MBA from Suffolk university in 1996. He lives in in Medfield, MA, and has a summer residence in Wellfleet. Tony’s interests include golf, tennis, skiing, ice hockey, biking, and running. He and his wife, Kristine, have three children, Nicholas (26), Alexandra (24), and Athena (21).
SHEA KINNEY, Vice President, Board of Governors
Shea and her family have been associate members of Chequessett for nine years and she has served on the Board of Governors since 2019 and as Chair of the Tennis Committee since 2017. She also serves as the Secretary to the Board of Governors and as the Chair of the Waterfront and Camp Committees. Shea graduated from Mount Holyoke College in 1996 and from the University of Connecticut School of Law in 1999. Her four children – Jack (18), Grace (17), Patrick (16) and Margaret (14) – have spent their summers playing golf, tennis and sailing at the Club, as well as attending the Kid’s Camp. Jack and Grace have worked several summers as camp counselors and are looking forward to a return to camp this summer. Shea’s husband John plays golf, tennis and pickle ball on weekends. Shea joined the Board of Governors because she feels strongly about recruiting new members, emphasizing the Club as a unique multi-sport venue, and welcoming a new generation of golfers, tennis players, and sailors.
GERALD COHEN, Treasurer, Board of Governors
Gerald (“Jerry”) Cohen, his wife Katherine and son Benjamin became members of the Chequessett Club eight years ago. Katherine became a member of the social committee while Jerry joined the membership committee and was elected to the board of governors in 2018. Meanwhile Ben, as a Chequessett camper, developed a love for golf and sailing. Over the years, Ben graduated from camper to counselor and became an ardent sailor and sailing instructor. Jerry retired from the partnership of Ernst & Young in 2012 after a 40-year career handling audit clients in Philadelphia, New York and New England. During his career, Jerry coordinated audit, tax and consulting services for several of the firm’s largest clients. After retiring, Jerry became a member of the board of directors of a public company and chair of their audit committee. Jerry enjoys music, books and is a fine art nature photographer who has exhibited his work at various places including at the Cape Cod National Seashore.
GAYLE FEE, Secretary, Board of Governors
Gayle Fee has been a member of Chequessett since 2016 when her daughter Caitie got married at the Club. She joined the board in 2018, served as vice president, and became president this past winter. Prior to her retirement in 2017, Gayle worked in the media in Boston most notably as the Inside Track columnist for the Boston Herald. As a Herald columnist, she covered politics, news, sports, business, entertainment and other areas of interest to Herald readers. She also made regular appearances on Boston radio and television, including regular stints on WAAF and WBZ RADIO and created and co-hosted “Trackgals,” a half-hour television program that aired on WBZ-TV and WSBK-TV (Channels 4 & 38). Prior to joining the Herald, Gayle was a reporter at the Cape Cod Times. Since retiring, Gayle has been trying to improve her golf game.
Chris has been a member of Chequessett since 2008 and he joined the Board of Governors in 2020. He currently serves on the Club’s Herring River Restoration Committee, the Operational Policies Committee, and and on the Greens/Golf Committee. Chris and his wife, Jean, were married at Chequessett, and when not enjoying their Wellfleet home, you will find them in Newton, MA. Chris has enjoyed a successful 30-plus-year career in health insurance in the Boston area. In addition to golf, Chris enjoys cycling, hiking, kayaking, and relaxing at Wellfleet’s beautiful beaches.
Janet Buckley comes to the board with a love of the Cape that began with the many summers she spent here as a child. Her ancestral roots go back to the Mayflower and she has great grandparents, grandparents and parents who have lived here in Wellfleet. It is that love that brought her here for retirement and eventually to the Chequessett Board of Governors. Janet graduated from college with a BA and MA in education and for 26 years taught in a Middle School in Rhode Island. She has served on several boards including the Domestic Violence Resource Center in R.I., on the social committee at Weekapaug Golf Club, and presently serves on the board of the Audubon Committee at Quail Ridge Country Club in Florida. Janet is an avid cook and gardener. She is happiest with activities outdoors whether it’s golfing, playing pickle ball, or hiking the dunes. Dedicated to helping the environment, she has established a presence with many of Audubon’s turtle rescue programs and horseshoe crab surveys. She is presently helping the Association To Preserve Cape Cod in organizing and testing water samples from the ponds in Wellfleet. Janet is married, has one daughter and two grandsons.
Darryl Elliott is a physical therapist who owns Elliott Physical Therapy with his wife Patti. Along with their two boys, Tommy and Jack, the Elliotts have summered in Wellfleet and been members of Chequessett Club for the past 10 years.“Keeping active, being outdoors, and helping the communities we live in keep our family busy,” he said. When not enjoying Wellfleet, you will find the Elliotts in Milton, MA.
Julianne Scott is an executive with 18 years of experience in global compliance. After 15 years as a Senior Vice President at Guy Carpenter, heading up global compliance monitoring, Julianne made a move to Ernst & Young where she is designing new monitoring programs for EY North America. Throughout her career, Julianne has passion for attracting, retaining, and growing young talent and has been a mentor and leader in the Guy Carpenter internship program. She also is an active member in Women United, as part of the leadership Council and on the Power of the Purse fundraiser steering committee. Julianne grew up on the south shore of Massachusetts and is a graduate of the University of Massachusetts. She grew up sailing, fishing and exploring the Cape, and 17 years ago, she and her husband, Matt, bought their home in Eastham. Matt, Julianne and their kids are excited to be making the move to Wellfleet this summer. Julianne has been a member of the club for six years, and is pleased to be able to serve on the Board of Governors. She also serves on the member services committee and in past years has been involved in the social committee. She joined the Board of Governors for several reasons: to help attract new members, to make sure members have the information and resources they need to enjoy the club, and to help the board capitalize on the great location of the club and all it has to offer.
Laura has been a member of the Chequessett Club for the past six years and currently serves as co-president of the newly formed Club Committee and as president of the Social Committee. She previously served as co-president of the Women’s Golf League. Laura and her husband, Steve, have been part-time residents of Wellfleet for more than 20 years and plan to become full-time residents next year. They currently live in Lake Forest, IL in the winter. Laura’s resume includes more than 15 years in human resources and benefit services at various insurance companies and law firms in Boston and Chicago. Her interests are golfing, gardening, cooking, volunteering for various organizations, needlepointing, reading and going to the beach. She also loves spending time with Steve, their three kids and their friends. “The Chequessett Club is such a special place.” Laura says, “and I am excited to contribute to its future growth and success.”
Myya is an accomplished entrepreneur and businesswoman who has developed and demonstrated unique and robust skills launching, managing, and expanding businesses, building and maintaining strong customer and community relationships, and interjecting energy and excitement into each endeavor. Currently the president and owner of Heart Core Health & Wellness Studio in Wellfleet, Myya has more than 18 years of experience across six businesses, including as general manager of the Blackfish restaurant in Truro, the Copper Moutain Ski stores in Colorado and Pure Snowboards in Waitsfield, VT. She brings to the board an unusual depth of knowledge about recreational activities and health, the details of business operations from sales to services, as well as financial and personnel management and merchandising and marketing. Since opening Heart Core in 2011 Myya has generated extensive customer satisfaction and loyalty as well as a strong and positive community presence.
Marcus is an Architect and Planner for institutional, private, and commercial clients and has worked for over thirty years around the world with a focus on sustainable design and growth.
Marcus was born in Rome, Italy and raised in Vancouver, British Columbia. He gained his professional license in Architecture in the UK and is a Charter Member of the Royal Institute of British Architects and an International Associate Member of the American Institute of Architects. He was a founding member of the Massachusetts Chapter of the United States Green Building Council and spent a significant amount of his time advocating at the local, state, and federal levels for a working structure through policy and regulation in which environmentally responsible design and construction could flourish.
He wrote advisory language through the Boston Society of Architects Governmental Affairs Committee for what was to become the Green Communities Act and Green Jobs Act, both of 2008. He was appointed to Governor Deval Patrick’s Zero Net Energy Buildings Task Force producing the working plan “Getting to Zero,” a road map for energy efficiency and reduction for all existing and new buildings in the Commonwealth. Marcus also was a Technical Advisor to Mayor Thomas Menino’s Climate Action Leadership Committee which produced “Sparking Boston’s Climate Revolution,” a set of recommendations for addressing the threat of climate change for the City of Boston.
Marcus has been deeply involved with Wellfleet’s conservation and energy efficiency. He chaired the Energy Committee and led the process for the town to become a Green Community in 2014. This resulted in a series of annual grants from the State for town-owned building upgrades and efficiencies. He also laid the groundwork for the installation of the large-scale solar array at the Transfer Station, which will power 100% of the town owned buildings.
Jim Pellissier was born and raised in Monson, Massachusetts, with regular annual family summer vacation trips creating his affinity for Cape Cod. He and his wife Joan raised four children (Marie, Eddie, Bernie and Marc) in Illinois and are now full-time residents in Eastham, MA. Jim and Joan share a love for the outdoors, sports and education.
Jim recently retired as Executive Director for the Economic and Data Sciences group at Merck Research Laboratories. Prior to joining Merck, Jim was Associate Professor of Management Science at Loyola University Chicago. Jim holds a Ph.D. and M.S. from Northwestern University, a M.E.E. from Northern Illinois University and a B.S. in Systems Analysis from the University of Miami. Jim has authored many scientific articles as well as books on statistics. Jim was also certified as an elementary school teacher in Illinois.
Currently, Jim is actively involved in a variety of volunteer pursuits and consults for healthcare agencies and industry. Jim and Joan have been members at Chequessett since 2020 and are enjoying the Club, its activities and people. Jim joined the Board of Governors in 2022 and is serving on the Finance and Greens/Golf Committees.
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As amended August 19, 2021
Names and Offices
1. This organization shall be named the Chequessett Yacht & Country Club, Inc., dba “The Chequessett Club” and its principal office shall be located at 680 Chequessett Neck Road, Wellfleet, Massachusetts.
1. The purpose of this organization shall be to promote sailing, golf, tennis, junior programs and other athletic and social activities for the benefit of all its members, as well as outreach to the local community.
Board of Governors
1. All the property and affairs of Chequessett Yacht & Country Club, Inc., (“the Club”) shall be under the control and management of the Board of Governors.
2. The Board shall consist of twelve (12) elected governors, including a President, a Vice President, a Secretary, and a Treasurer (all of whom shall be Full, Full Associate or Full Young Associate members), and eight (8) other Governors (all of whom shall also be Full, Full Associate or Full Young Associate members). Spouses and/or Partners are not permitted to serve on the same Board of Governors. Full Associate members shall be capped at 5 serving at one time. Full Young Associate members shall be capped at 3 serving at one time. All other categories of membership (such as tennis, social and sailing only memberships) are not able to run for board positions.
3. In addition to the Annual Meeting, the Board shall hold at least (6) regular meetings on days as it may determine and may call special meetings in such manner as may be provided by their own rules.The President shall also call a special meeting of the Board upon a written request of five (5) members of the Board.
4. At each meeting of the Board the presence of a majority of the Governors shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of business, and the act of a majority of the Governors present at a meeting at which a quorum is present shall be the act of the Board unless the act of a greater number is required by law or these Bylaws.
5. The fiscal year of the Club shall start on the first day of November each year.
6. The Board shall plan and direct the operation of the Club and its activities, subject to the direction of the general membership. Ownership of the land used by the Club shall reside in the Chequessett Yacht & Country Club Trust which is managed by the Trustees.
1. The Officers of the Club shall consist of a President, a Vice President, a Secretary, and a Treasurer. The Board shall elect each officer from the members of the Board for a term of one (1) year. The officers will take office at the beginning of the first meeting following the Annual Meeting. An officer may not serve more than six (6) consecutive one-year terms in the same office.
2. The President, (or in his/her/their absence or inability to act, the Vice President), shall be the chief executive officer of the club. As such, he/she/they shall preside over all meetings of the Board and of the members and shall exercise the powers and authorities pertaining to such office. All agreements of more than $10,000 to which the Club is party shall be executed on its behalf by the President, or in his/her/their absence, the Vice President. He/she/they may, in the absence or disability of the Treasurer, sign or endorse cheeks, drafts and notes. The President shall be ex officio, a member of all committees except the Nominating Committee.
3. The Treasurer, subject to control by the board, shall be responsible for the collection and custody of the funds of the Club and shall keep the accounts of the club and report hereon at each regular meeting of the Board. The accounts shall be audited annually.
4. The Secretary shall give notice of all meetings of the members and of the Board and shall record all votes and proceedings of all such meetings. He/she/they shall conduct the official correspondence of the Club. The General Manager will file all reports required by law and maintain its records subject to the control of the Board based upon the Secretary’s reports. He/she/they shall have custody of the Club seal and shall affix it to all instruments requiring it and shall have custody of the records of the Club. He/she/they shall furnish the Board with the names of all persons elected to membership and of all changes affecting membership.
5. No officer or other member of the board shall receive any compensation for acting in his/her/their capacity as such.
1. Four (4) of the elected governors shall be elected by the Full Members, Full Associate Members and Full Young Associate Members at each Annual Meeting and shall serve for a term of three (3) years, or until their successors have been qualified.
2. Any vacancy occurring on the Board of Governors by reason of resignation, death or disqualification of an officer or elected member may be filled until the next Annual Meeting by a majority vote of the remaining members of the Board of Governors. Such replacements must be a Full, Full Associate or Full Young Associate Member in good standing.
3. A Governor can be removed from the Board of Governors upon a 2/3 vote of the Board for reasons of gross misconduct or poor attendance at regularly scheduled Board Meetings.
1. There shall be the following Standing Committees:
a. Executive Committee
b. Finance/Internal Auditing Committee
c. Nominating Committee
d. Operational Policies/Personnel
f. Club Committee
g. Herring River
i. Membership Services
j. House, Food & Beverage
l. Greens & Golf
m. Tennis, Camp & Waterfront
1. The President shall appoint the chair of all committees at the first meeting of the Board after it takes office.
2. The Board may establish other committees as it deems appropriate.
3. Committee members serve at the pleasure of the Board and the Board may remove any member of a committee, whenever such removal is deemed to be in the interest of the Club.
4. The number and the duties and powers of each committee shall be fixed by the Board from time to time, and the members of each committee shall be appointed annually by the Board on nomination of the President.
5. Executive Committee. There shall be an Executive Committee, consisting of the President, Vice President, Secretary and Treasurer. The Executive Committee shall act with the full approval of the Board on matters that have been previously discussed and approved by the majority of the Board.
6. Finance/Internal Auditing Committee. There shall be a permanent Internal Auditing Committee, consisting of three (3) Full Members. The Chairman shall be appointed from the Board, by the Board. Internal Financial Audits shall be performed on an annual basis with the Operating Management of the Club. A Full Member of the Club may request an audit of any type with a written request to the Board of Governors.
Dues and Assessments
1. The dues for all classes of membership shall be determined by the Board. Notice of changes in dues shall be posted on the website and in the clubhouse and mailed or emailed to each member at least thirty (30) days in advance of the effective date.
2. The Board shall have power to enforce payment of all indebtedness to the Club as herein prescribed and may cause to be instituted in the name and on behalf of the Club any suit to recover the same.
3. The Board of Governors shall annually establish a schedule of dues and initiation fees for the various classes of activities such as Full Membership, Tennis Privileges, Sailing Privileges, Social Privileges and any other activities, including fees for the use of the Clubs facilities. The dues for a Full Member and all Privileges shall be payable as of March 15. Club facilities will not be available to Full Members or Privilege nonmembers who have not paid their dues in full.
1. An Annual Meeting of the membership shall be held between August 15 and 31 of each year, the exact date to be determined by the Board. The Annual Meeting shall:
(a) Give direction to the Board as to policy and programs for the ensuing year.
(b) Give the members in attendance an opportunity to vote and elect new members to the Board and the Nominating Committee.
(c) Transact such other business as may properly come before it.
(d) Provide the Treasurer an opportunity to report on the financial status of the Club.
2. Special meetings of the Club may be called by the President, or in his/her/their absence the Vice President, or upon the written request of the membership.
3. The Secretary shall give at least five (5) days’ notice by mail or email to all regular members and shall post in the club house the time and place and object of all meetings.
4. Twenty members shall constitute a quorum at all meetings of the membership.
5. Those persons who are Full Members, Full Associate Members and Full Young Associate Members in good standing shall be eligible to vote at meetings of the membership.
Nominations and Elections
1. The Nominating Committee shall consist of five (5) Members, two (2) of whom shall be members of the Board. The Chairman of the Nominating Committee may not be a member of the Board. The Chairman and two (2) members, all of whom shall be Full, Full Associate, or Full Young Associate members, shall be elected to the Nominating Committee at the Annual Meeting. The current Nominating Committee shall make nominations to these offices. The Board shall appoint the other two (2) members, from the Board, at the first meeting following the Annual Meeting. The Board shall fill any vacancy on the Nominating Committee. Any Full Member may send suggestions for officers and governors to the Nominating Committee.
2. The report of the Nominating Committee of its nominations for governors and for membership of the succeeding Nominating Committee shall be posted in the Club House two (2) weeks before the date of the Annual Meeting. Any names to be placed in nomination at the Annual Meeting, other than the names included on the slate by the Nominating Committee, shall be posted in the Club House at least one (1) week prior to the Annual Meeting.
3. The election shall be by Australian ballot provided that when there is but one nominee for each office, the Secretary may be instructed to cast the ballot for each nominee.
4. In the event of a contested election for the Board of Governors, the voting polls shall be open 2 days prior to the annual meeting. Voting is conducted electronically, however paper ballots will be provided as needed and the voting polls shall also be open on the date of the regular scheduled Annual Meeting between the hours of 8 a.m. and 2 p.m. and for one half (1/2) hour prior the announced time of the Annual Meeting. A majority vote of those qualified to vote and voting shall constitute an election. In the event of a tie, the tied candidates will have a “run-off” election by written ballot by the members in attendance at the Annual Meeting until the tie is resolved. Absentee and proxy voting shall not be permitted.
1. The Rules contained in the Roberts Rules of Order Revised shall govern the Organization in all cases to which they are applicable and in which they are not inconsistent with the by-laws.
2. All words used in the masculine gender shall include the feminine and vice versa as well as the singular “they”.
1. These by-laws may be amended by a two-thirds (2/3) vote of the members present and Voting at the Annual Meeting, provided the amendments were submitted to the membership by posting in the Club House at least two (2) weeks in advance of the Annual Meeting, with a red-lined copy of changes available.
1. Full Members of the Club shall consist of those persons who have been accepted to membership by the Board of Governors. Full new Members shall have paid their Initiation Fee and the Annual Dues upon approval of the Board of Governors. Full Members shall have the complete use of the facilities of the Club. Full membership classes are based upon age group among other factors such as common stock investors as noted below.
2. There will be the following classes of membership:
a. Founders Members. Any person who held Common Stock in Chequessett Country Club, Inc., and assigned his stock to Chequessett Yacht & Country Club, Inc. shall be considered a Founders Member. This will entitle him/her/them to be a Full Member of the Club for life without payment of annual dues. Founders Members are entitled to pass this membership on to their spouses and children. Founders Membership ceases with the death of the Founder’s children and cannot be passed on to Founders grandchildren.
b. Any person who held Class A Stock in Chequessett Country Club, Inc. shall he considered a Life Member in Chequessett Yacht & Country Club, Inc. Such Life Membership entitling him/her/them for life to the privileges of Full Membership in any year subject to the then prevailing annual dues, without payment of any initiation fee which might be established.
3. The Board of Governors has established other classes of members called Privileges.This presently includes Tennis Privileges, Sailing Privileges, Junior Player Privileges and Social Privileges. Persons having these Privileges have restricted use of the facilities of CYCC as described in each Privileges Class.
4. Limited Membership class. A Limited Member is one who:
a. Must be registered on the Waiting List to become a Full Member of CYCC.
b. Has the use of all amenities of CYCC, including tennis, sailing, and social activities
c. Has limited use of the Golf Course but cannot participate in golf tournaments and/or golfing functions.They can, however, be a guest of a Full Member in a Member Guest Tournament.Golf tee time limitations are described in the Limited Member Policy then in effect.
d. Cannot run for a Club office and cannot vote but has visitation rights to Annual Meetings and any Special Membership Meetings.
5. Senior Members are those members who have reached the age of 85 and have been Full Members of the Club for a continuous period of no less than 20 years. Senior Members will not have to pay any membership dues or assessments. Senior Members will have all the rights and privileges of a Full Member except that they will not be eligible to serve on the Board of Governors. Senior memers must apply for the class of membership by writing to the Chairperson of the Membership Committee.
6. Full Associate members of the Club shall consist of those persons who have been accepted to membership by the Board of Governors. Full Associate members shall have paid all fees and dues assigned for that membership upon approval of the Board of Governors. Full Associate members shall have complete use of the facilities of the club. Full Associate members move to Full Membership with the fees and dues associated that membership without prejudice once eligible for that class.
7. Full Young Associate Members of the Club shall consist of those persons who have been accepted to membership by the Board of Governors. Full Young Associate Members shall have paid all fees and dues assigned for that membership upon approval of the Board of Governors. Full Young Associate Members shall have complete use of the facilities of the club. Full Young Associate Members move to Full Associate Membership with the fees and dues associated that membership without prejudice once eligible for that class.
8. The Board of Governors may from time to time establish and define other classes of memberships such as but not limited to Junior Members, members for periods of less than a full year or for limited use of the facilities.
9. Each person making application for membership in the Club shall complete a written application which will contain a list of members of his or her immediate family who are to enjoy the privileges of the Club and such other information as the Board may prescribe.
1. The responsibility for discipline of members shall be the ultimate responsibility of the Board. All disciplinary complaints shall be in writing and shall initially be referred to the Board. The Board shall review the facts relating thereto. If the complaint is determined to be valid, the Board will determine appropriate discipline. The member shall be notified of the discipline. If the member disagrees with the decision of the board, he or she may appeal to the Board.
2. Any member who conducts his/her/their activities at the Club in a manner that would be injurious to the good order, welfare, interests or character of the Club, or whose activities are at variance with the rules and regulations of the club or the Bylaws, shall be subject to discipline. In order to recommend the expulsion of a member the entire board must be unanimous.
3. Any member suspended shall have all privileges of membership revoked during the term of said suspension but shall still be responsible for all dues during said period of time. Expulsion of any member shall terminate the privileges of that member and shall result in the loss of all dues and other rights.
NOTE: All waterfront activities must conclude one hour prior to the wedding start time, please.
- 7th 4-9pm
- 14th 4:30-10pm
- 20th from 4-9pm
- 21st 5:00-10pm
- 27th 5:00–10pm
- 28th 5:00-10pm
- 29th 12:30-4:30 #NO BEACH CLUB
- 29th 6:00-10pm #NO BEACH CLUB
- 3rd 4:00-9pm
- 4th 5:00-10pm
- 5th 5-10:00pm
- 10th 5-10:00pm
- 11th TBD
- 12th 4-9:00pm
- 17th 5-10:00pm
- 18th 5-10:00pm
- 19th 4-9:30pm
- 25th 5-10:00pm
- 1st 4-8:00pm
- 2nd 5-10:00pm
- 9th 5-10:00pm
- 16th 5-10:00pm
Beach Club is closed for the rest of the year. Check back with us later.
Closed for the Season – Honor box in effect. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you intend to play.
Pro Shop Hours
Closed for Winter
680 Chequessett Neck Road
PO Box 779
Wellfleet, MA 02667