Country Club New Bedford

CONTACTS

Office – 508-993-3453

Golf Shop – 508-992-9339

Turf Care – 508-992-0778

STAFF

Larry Demers

PGA Head Professional
Golf Shop: 508.992.9339

Fax: 508.993.7005
LDemers@ccnbgolfclub.com


Chef Jared
Executive Chef
Office: 508.993.3453

Chef@ccnbgolfclub.com

Erin Crossett
Director of Food & Beverage
Office: 508.993.3453
ecrossett@ccnbgolfclub.com

Morgan Sampson
Food & Beverage Supervisor
Office: 508-993-3453
msampson@ccnbgolfclub.com


Neil M. Wendell
Golf Course Superintendent
Office: 508.992.0778

Fax: 508.992.0778
ccnbturfcare@comcast.net

 

BOARD OF GOVERNORS

Gary Rocha
President
508.326.4979

Scott Braga
Vice President
781.223.8722

Bill Heron
Secretary – Treasurer
508.728.8131

Kim Walecka     Ronald Nery     Mark White     Robert Reni     Thomas Neves

Committee Chairs

Bill Heron/Mark White
Finance Committee

Mark White
House Committee

Tom Neves
Green Committee

Kim Walecka/Steve Soucy
Tournament Committee

Joel Gonsalves
Four Ball Committee

Armand Fernandes
Grievance Committee

 

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