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Post from October, 2013

Yeomans, Paesani 1, 2 in Dutch Wessner Standings

Wednesday, 30. October 2013 14:52

Greg Yeomans, John PaesaniHead Golf Professional, Greg Yeomans has captured the Cape Cod PGA Wessner Player-of-the-Year Title for the fifth consecutive year while Assistant Professional, John Paesani finished 2nd in the race. The Dutch Wessner Trophy is presented to the Cape Cod Chapter Player who accumulates the most points throughout the season.

While it was a close race to the finish, Greg clinched the title by winning the NEPGA Cape Cod Pro-Am hosted October 29 at the Bay Club.  For more, please click here.


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The Building and Voyages of the Whaling Bark “Wanderer”

Friday, 18. October 2013 15:52

Mattapoisett Historical Society President, Seth Mendell returns to the Bay Club for the next in his series of local history lectures.  In this talk he will briefly trace the history of New England whaling and the building of the whaling bark “Wanderer”.  Seth will also share the “Wanderer’s” many voyages in the Atlantic, Pacific and Arctic Oceans and will conclude with the vessels tragic end on the rocky shore of Cuttyhunk Island on August 26, 1924.  The “Wanderer” was the last whaler to be built in the Holmes’ shipyard in Mattapoisett and the last whaler to sail from the port of New Bedford.    

The Bay Club at Mattapoisett is a country club with an eighteen hole championship level golf course and residential property located in Southeastern MA.   To arrange a private tour please contact Dave Andrews via e-mail or phone, 508-207-9232.

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Author Tom Clavin Visits the Bay Club

Thursday, 3. October 2013 14:15

Author Tom Clavin recently visited the Bay Club to discuss his book The DiMaggios: Three Brothers, Their Passion for Baseball, Their Pursuit of the American Dream.

In The DiMaggios, Tom draws on a wealth of source materials, interviews with family members and teammates, and in-depth reporting to reveal how three kids from an immigrant family of eleven found their way to the upper echelons of American sports and popular culture. A vivid portrait of a family and the ways in which their shifting fortunes and status shaped their relationships, it is also a transporting exploration of an era and a culture, using baseball as a lens to view and understand American society in the twentieth century. He reveals the untold Great American Story of three brothers, Joltin’ Joe, Dom, and Vince DiMaggio, and the Great American Game—baseball—that would consume their lives.

Tom is an acclaimed sportswriter and journalist who has authored 15 books, including biographies of Roger Maris and Gil Hodges. Hewas a contributor to the New York Times for 15 years, and the publications for which he has written include Golf Magazine, Manhattan, Men’s Journal, Parade, and Smithsonian. His next book, to be published in November, is The Heart of Everything That Is: The Untold Story of Red Cloud, an American Legend.

Members enjoyed a special post lecture buffet at the Golf House restaurant featuring Sous Chef Kristin Costa’s House Made Lasagna.

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