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Uihlein fires New Course Record at the Bay Club

Tuesday, 12. August 2014 17:14

PeterUihlein2014European Tour Professional, Peter Uihlein was home in Mattapoisett for a few weeks rehabbing from a mid season injury and appears to be finding his form as he broke the Bay Club course record firing a 63 on Friday, August 8.  Playing along with members Mike Hiller and John Lees and Head Professional, Greg Yeomans this friendly game seemed to bring out the best in everyone.  Peter birdied four in a row on holes 3 – 6 and with one bogey on the front turned at 32.  Throw in birdies on 11 and 13 and Peter was now 5 under with 4 to play.  Heading home into the strong afternoon southwest wind, Peter birdied 15, 16 and then rolled in a 6 footer on 18 to cap off his 63. Almost seven years to the day (August 5, 2007) Greg fired the previous course record of 65.  And guess who was in his group that day, that’s right Peter. What goes around comes around.

Great playing Peter and good luck on the home stretch of the season. Click here to view the old and new course record.


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Bay Club Claims Victory in the Titleist/FootJoy Pro-Junior!

Wednesday, 23. July 2014 17:07

Photo courtesy of Cape Cod Chapter of the New England PGA SectioHead Golf Professional Greg Yeomans led his team to victory in the Titleist/FootJoy Pro-Junior held Tuesday, July 22 at Squirrel Run Golf Club in Plymouth, MA.  The fifteen team field competed in a Best-Ball between the pro score  and the team scramble score.  The Bay Club team shot an amazing -15 under par round with 11 consecutive birdies all coming from the juniors. Team members included Jake Yeomans, Cassidy Yeomans, Greg Yeomans, Jason Gamache, Collin Fitzpatrick and Braden Yeomans (on the DL).   For the complete story, please click here.  Way to go team!

Photo courtesy of Cape Cod Chapter of the New England PGA Section

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Bay Club Head Professional named, 2014 NEPGA Golf Professional of the Year!

Friday, 18. April 2014 13:02

Greg_HeadshotCongratulations to Head Golf Professional Greg Yeomans who was recently named the 2014 New England PGA Golf Professional of the Year. This award is the highest honor bestowed upon a PGA professional. This honor signifies Greg’s leadership at the Bay Club and within the entire New England golf community. Greg received his award this week in front of a large audience of fellow PGA professionals at the 2014 NEPGA Section Spring Meeting at Andover Country Club. This recognition acknowledges him for his continued professionalism both at the Bay Club and throughout the New England Section and Cape Cod Chapter.

As we know, Greg has won many events at the Chapter and Section level and has been a 5 time recipient (consecutively) of the Wessner Award given to the Cape Cod Chapter Player of the Year, however this recent award recognizes Greg for his professional achievement in ALL areas of being a golf professional. Greg has served as the Cape Cod Chapter’s Tournament Chairman as well as their President. During his tenure, the Chapter experienced increased participation and renewed enthusiasm. Greg has been a member of the Section Tournament Committee for seven years and has chaired the committee for the last three. The Tournament Committee Chairman is also a sitting member of the Section Board of Directors, and Yeomans has been a welcomed addition in the Board Room. Greg has also been on the NEPGA Junior Golf Committee for four years and two years on the NEPGA Communications Committee.

Upon hearing the news, Yeomans commented: “Clearly I was honored and humbled when I received the phone call from President Kelley.” Yeomans was actually traveling on a Member Golf Trip in Puerto Rico when he received the first missed call from President Kelley. “I was unfortunately unable to return his call until my return, and to be honest, a call from the President usually meant there was a Section tournament issue. I was bracing myself for the next tournament issue when President Kelley started the conversation by saying: ‘on behalf of the 1000 PGA members and apprentices of the New England Section, I would like to congratulate you on being named the 2014 Golf Professional of the Year!’  After a brief moment to absorb what he had just said it was without question the best news/award I had ever received in my professional career” said Yeomans.  “I will cherish this award and am honored to represent the NEPGA as its Professional of the Year.”

An NEPGA awards banquet honoring Greg, along with other section award winners will be scheduled later this fall.

Congratulations Greg!


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John Paesani to Compete at Senior PNC

Monday, 14. April 2014 11:21


Bay Club Assistant Golf Professional, John “Pi” Paesani will compete in the 2013 Southworth Senior PGA Professional National Championship being held April 15 – 18 at PGA Golf Club in Port St. Lucie, FL.  The 25th Championship was originally scheduled to be held last October at Creighton Farms, Aldie, VA however was postponed due to a week of inclement weather. The 264-player field will be composed of senior PGA Professionals representing the 41 PGA Sections, and will compete for a total purse of $285,000 on both courses over the first two rounds of play.  The low 70 scorers and ties after the second round on April 16 will advance to the weekend’s final 36 holes at the Wanamaker Course.  For more information, please click here.

Pi earned the chance to play by shooting a 2-over 142 at the NEPGA Senior Championship/PNC Qualifier held August 7 and 8 at the Woodstock Inn & Resort, Woodstock, VT.  His performance resulted in a 4th place tie.  This is the Pi’s third appearance at this championship.

Good luck Pi!


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Mental Golf Game Advice by Dr. Adam Naylor

Monday, 31. March 2014 0:00

NaylorPicOutside SmallDr. Adam Naylor returns to the Bay Club for his 3rd season to work with members and teaching professionals on maximizing performance and enjoyment on the course and courts. As the golf season in New England returns, he reminds golfers not to forget to get your mental game back up to par.  Perhaps the best way to do this is to re-lay the foundation of your pre-shot routine.  The pre-shot routine is more than a bunch of entertaining tics and twitches, but rather purposeful actions that allow your mind to focus on the shot in front of you and your body to feel settled enough for a fluid swing.  Too often an intentional routine is left as an afterthought and golfers rarely reap its mental-emotional benefits.

A solid pre-shot routine should have three core elements – planning, settling the body, focusing on the target – and conclude with a trusting swing.  By slowing down on the range and around the practice areas, a player can purposefully get their routine ready for the course.  Here are three simple steps to rebooting your routine:

Plan – Take a moment to talk through the shot you are about to hit.  How far will it fly?  Where will it land?  How much will it roll?  Where do you hope it stops?

Settle – Develop an action to allow you to drop the tension from your body when addressing the ball.  A huge exhale lets go of tension.  Dropping your shoulders allows looseness to join your swing.  Letting your knees drop you into an athletic position gets you ready to unleash a fluid swing.  Pick one and practice it.

Target – Using your imagination to fill your head with your target helps you transition from swing thoughts to swings that throw the ball to your target.  Vividly seeing the target (or line of the putt when on the green) in your mind’s eye allows you to focus on the right thing at the right time.

Just like practicing your swing, practicing your pre-shot routine is important if it is to show up during competitive rounds.  Like an anchor that keeps a boat safe on stormy waters, the pre-shot routine keeps the golfer from drifting off course during the successes and stresses of each round. 

Dr. Adam Naylor leads Telos Sport Psychology Coaching and is a clinical assistant professor at Boston University.   His roots run deep in both golf and tennis.   Adam is currently the mental game consultant for the International Junior Golf Academy, the Lendl Junior Tennis Academy, and the Junior Select golf program.  His clients have traveled the country and globe to compete in club to amateur  to major championships.  Adam is the author of A Quick 9 for the Mind: Reflections from Public Links to the US Open, and a part of the American Junior Golf Association “U” faculty.


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Golf Tip/Advice from Head Golf Professional Greg Yeomans

Monday, 27. January 2014 9:00

How can I be ready for the new season when there is snow on the ground?

Stretch-MateWith the arrival of winter, Head Golf Professional Greg Yeomans offers members some tips to prepare for the 2014 golf season without playing any rounds.  The first suggestion is to do lots of stretching.  This can be done utilizing the TRUE Stretch offered at the Fitness Center.  Once we stop certain activities such as golfing on a regular basis, we get tight and our swing can become restrictive or too short.  This can lead to timing and swing flaws.  Because  I don’t play from November through March, I make sure I stay loose by doing stretches.  

In addition, members are able to practice their swing at the Indoor Golf Center located onsite in the Cart Barn.  The hitting bays and simulator create a perfect environment to work on your fundamentals.  Whether you need to make a grip change, improve your posture or fix your swing path, utilizing the simulator can help you achieve all of these goals.  The worst thing you can do is to be sedentary.  IndoorGolfCenterGreg suggests you stay loose by stretching and if nothing else, hitting some balls to maintain your timing and rhythm so you are ready to start the new season. And if you need some professional advice, Fitness Director Dave Maloney at the Fitness Center or Greg Yeomans at the Golf Pro Shop are happy to arrange a private appointment and work with you to keep you flexible and in shape during the winter months.


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Greg Yeomans named Cape Cod PGA Gary Philbrick Golf Professional of the Year

Tuesday, 14. January 2014 15:51

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Congratulations to Head Golf Professional, Greg Yeomans who was recently named the Cape Cod PGA Gary Philbrick Golf Professional of the Year. This award signifies the highest honor that can be bestowed upon a Cape Cod Chapter Professional. Greg earned this award based on his leadership within the region, commitment to the PGA and the part he plays in contributing to a successful golf operation at the Bay Club.

Gary Philbrick embodied all the qualities that go into being a great PGA Professional. His leadership earned the respect of all PGA professionals in the Cape Cod Chapter and Section. By virtue of receiving the Gary Philbrick Award, Greg has earned the respect from his colleagues and friends within the Cape Cod golf community.

As a winner of this prestigious award, Greg has automatically been nominated to be considered for the 2014 New England PGA Golf Professional of the Year.

Way to go Greg!


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Local NEPGA Junior Golf League Team Advances to National Finals!

Wednesday, 4. September 2013 14:27

Three Bay Club Juniors on the team!Bay Club member Jason Gamache along with Jacob Yeomans and Collin Fitzpatrick from the Bay Club’s PGA Junior League team earned all-star spots on the South Coast All-Stars.  The South Shore all-star team won the Massachusetts title and the New England title to earn their trip to the Northeast Regional.  Their run continued as they won the 2013 Northeast Regional title at Race Brook Country Club in Orange, CT.  Teams from Massachusetts, Connecticut, New Jersey and Pennsylvania competed in the Northeast Regional Championship, which was a round robin style event.  The NEPGA Junior League team was victorious in all three of their matches thus earning their spot in the National Championship on September 6 – 8, 2013 in Atlanta, GA.

The South Shore All-Star team will head to Atlanta representing the New England PGA. New England had 42 local teams participate in the Junior Golf League in 2013. The National Championship awards only six spots out of the close to 100 All-Star teams nationally and upwards of 750 local teams throughout North America. Quite the accomplishment!

The team, is made up of players from The Country Club of Halifax, The Bay Club, Acushnet River Valley Golf Club and Lebaron Hills Country Club and is captained by Bob Giusti, PGA, Greg Yeomans, PGA, Adam Hevey, PGA, Tom Rooney, PGA and Head Coach, Glenn Brown from Halifax.

L to R: Zach Berube, Acushnet River; Logan Berube, Acushnet River; Jacob Yeomans, Bay Club; Collin Fitzpatrick, Bay Club; Jason Gamache, Bay Club; Luke Myers, Lebaron Hills; Dillon Brown, Halifax; Kyle Sylvester, Halifax; Owen Fontaine, Halifax; Casey Grindle, Halifax


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Bay Club Members Donate to The First Tee of Massachusetts

Wednesday, 7. August 2013 11:30

Members at the Bay Club recently began a drive to collect old golf balls to donate to The First Tee of Massachusetts.  In the first few days, two 55 gallon trash barrels full of golf balls have been collected.  The First Tee is an international youth development organization introducing the game of golf and its inherent values to young people.   The club is planning future campaigns that will include donating old clubs.


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Mattapoisett Bay Club Golf Pro on Par with Basketball Greats

Friday, 5. October 2012 11:17

Bay Club Head Golf Professional, Greg Yeomans recently shared his basketball experiences with some well known players of the game with Georgia Sparling, a writer for the Sippican Week newspaper. To view the complete story, please click here.


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Winter Indoor Golf Clinics and Open Houses

Monday, 14. February 2011 15:41

The Bay Club at Mattapoisett recently re-opened its Winter Indoor Practice Center.  This facility allows members to practice with a P3Pro Swing Desktop Simulator, three independent hitting stations, a 40 x 20 putting carpet and multiple swing training aids.

Head Golf Professional Greg Yeomans takes advantage of the indoor practice facility to provide complimentary clinics for Bay Club members.  Greg works with members offering instruction which includes swing tips, winter practice strategies and skill contests.  The facility is open to members 7 days a week until the golf course opens in April.

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-mailor phone, 508-758-9543.


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Greg Yeomans Wins NEPGA Cape Cod Chapter Player of the Year!

Sunday, 19. December 2010 19:34

NEPGA | Greg YeomansFor the second year in a row, Bay Club Head Golf Professional, Greg Yeomans captured the Cape Cod Chapter of the New England PGA’s Wessner Player of the Year Award! Earning points for his performance in Cape Cod Chapter events played throughout the year, Greg surpassed the second place finisher by 65 points.

Highlights of the season included winning both Cape Cod Chapter Majors – the Chapter Championship played at New Seabury and, for the third year in a row, the Chapter Match Play played at the Golf Club of Cape Cod.   Contributing to the overall results were several  Pro-Am team events, of which Bay Club members were able to join Greg as he defended his title.

In addition to Greg’s performance on the course, he was recently elected Cape Cod Chapter President after previously serving as the Tournament Chair this past season.

Greg recently sat down with Goldie of   95.9 WATD’s Goldie Bounce Golf host Liza Churchill for a friendly chat about his year and the future of the NEPGA. To listen to the interview please click on the gray bar at the bottom of this post.

Congratulations Greg on a great year on the links!

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, 508-758-9543.

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Golf Fitness Exercise by Dave Maloney

Thursday, 14. October 2010 18:26

Bay Club of Mattapoisett Director of Fitness, Dave Maloney, works with members on their golf and fitness conditioning to improve their overall strength and lower their golf scores.  Certified by the Titleist Performance Institute (TPI) Dave offers this exercise to develop core stability and strength.

1. Set the functional trainer arm to be level with your chest height while sitting on a stability ball.

2. Lift one leg off the ground and rotate as far as possible across your body.

3. Perform 2 sets of 15 repetitions with your left leg elevated and repeat with your right leg elevated.

4. You just want enough weight, so that you feel your core is needed to stabilize you on the ball.

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The Bay Club is a golf and country club community with 625 acres of wooded and gently rolling terrain, that includes 200 acres of open space and 175 home-sites in Mattapoisett along the SouthCoast of Massachusetts. To arrange a private tour please contact Dave Andrews via e-mail or phone, 508-758-9543.


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Peter Uihlein Wins the U. S. Amateur Championship

Monday, 30. August 2010 14:56

Peter Uihlein 2010 US Amateur Winner

While celebrating his 21st birthday, Bay Club member Peter Uihlein won the 110th U.S. Amateur 4 and 2 over David Chung Sunday afternoon .  Uihlein was leading the match play event by two after the first 18 holes on Sunday morning, and claimed the event on the 34th hole when Chung’s tee shot landed into the deep, fescue grass. This first major championship win for Peter Uihlein, considered one of the top young players in the world for many years, solidifies his Number 1 ranking in the world by the Royal & Ancient.

Uihlein’s victory coincides with the announcement by the USGA that he and David Chung (along with NCAA champion Scott Langley) will represent the U.S. in October at the 2010 U.S. World Amateur Team Championship in Buenos Aires Golf Club in Argentina.

The Bay Club at Mattapoisett is thrilled for Peter and his family.  Our sincere congratulations and best wishes for your continued success!  And Happy Birthday!

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, 508-758-9543.


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Get Your Mental Game Up To Par!

Wednesday, 25. August 2010 14:19

Bobby Foster the Mental Golf Workshop

The Mental Golf Workshopâ„¢ Profile is now available through Dave Maloney, Head Fitness Professional at the Bay Club.  This 37 page booklet was developed by Bobby Foster, formerly a teaching professional and golf coach at the University of South Carolina.  His coaching career included both Men’s and Women’s NCAA championships.

Bobby has spent the last fifteen years building a successful management consulting practice and is a Certified Behavioral Analyst specializing in the DISC Behavioral Style Model.    Bobby explains,  “I built the golf profile system so that golfers and golf instructors could enjoy the same benefits we’ve experienced with work related profiles. I wanted to build a profile system that would give golfers a framework for  understanding the “what’s and why’s” of their mental golf traits, and our DISC based golf profile does just that. I also wanted to provide improvement ideas tailored to each person’s individual golfing personality and ideas they could implement right away”.

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, 508-758-9543.


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