Country Club New Bedford

A Limited Number of Memberships Are Available!
Join One of the Best Private Course Layouts in Southeastern Massachusetts!


Since the beginning of the last century, the Country Club of New Bedford has had a great tradition, which has led to its current prestigious reputation in the New-England area. The Club has a modest beginning that took place before the turn of the century. The original club was located in the West End of New Bedford bordering on Hawthorn, Brigham, and Allen streets and continuing out to Rockdale Avenue. Several local enthusiasts of golf formed the Club. It was called the Hawthorn Club. The six-hole layout became so popular that the club founders decided the course was too short and crowded. They closed the original course and moved to our present site. Although some were pessimistic about this move, within 16 months after its 1902 incorporation, the Club had 350 members and a waiting list.


Use our Fitness Center, or sign up for Fit To The Core Targeting Your Golf Fitness Needs with Jodi Garie. Learn cutting edge exercises to help you gain distance on and off the fairway.


Every shot you need to practice around the green can be achieved in our short game practice area, providing you with a great opportunity to improve your scoring by shaving critical strokes off your game.


“For Our Member’s Entertainment”
CLUB 1902 Events Listed Here!
Check out all our of activities and events! 
Call the office for more information!

Food & Drinks

Specialty seasonal brews on tap and all your favorite spirits and wines!  Lunch, Dinner, Lounge, Bereavement and Showers, Golf Outings, Banquets and Hors D’oeuvres
Inquire about our special menus for today!


CCNB boasts a beautiful set of locker rooms for both ladies and men. Our locker rooms are sure to leave you with every amenity needed to start or finish your day of golf or fitness.


The Country Club of New Bedford has the expertise to host a wedding, an intimate corporate dinner or a grand banquet! Inquire about our special menus for your event today!

Limited time offer for NEW members to join the best Private Course layout in Southeastern, MA
at an incredible price. We have the best greens in the area and no tee-times.
Guaranteed dues for 3 years with no initiation or assessments.

Monthly Specials

Get the most for your money with specials that are updated monthly

Golf Academy

Lesson Programs   |   Package Rates   |   Clinics  |   Camps   |   Competitions


View schedule for April 2019 – October 2019

Click Here For Outings & Events Print Out


The Oldest Four-Ball in the United States

Play All 4 Rounds in the Men’s Satellite Tournament

AUGUST 6-11 , 2019

In the event that there are more than 64 applicants, there will be a one day play-in Medal play
event (date TBD)  for a limited amount of teams. Applicants selected for the
play-in will be notified by June 2nd and will be determined based on member seniority, past
participation and the timeliness of their application


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Contact us today for membership inquires, to schedule a personal tour, event, or a round of golf.

Golf Outings – Contact the Golf Shop @ 508-992-9339 to discuss any outing plans. We can customize your golf tournament to your specifications. We can accommodate 136 golfers. Some of our amenities include Full Service Pro Shop, Recently Renovated Lounge and Dining area, Elegant Outdoor Patio Area, Men’s and Ladies Locker Rooms, Lunch and Dinner Options to choose from, Beverage Cart and Seating Capacity up to 185.

$80.00 per Golfer includes Greens Fee, Cart Fee, Professional Services & Pre/Post Golf Announcements. Additional items not included in price : Food & Beverage, Prizes and Tee Gifts. We plan outings for Monday Play. Contact the Golf Shop for available dates for the 2019 season. It’s never too early to plan your event.


585 Slocum Road, North Dartmouth, MA 02747

Office – 508-993-3453
Golf Shop – 508-992-9339
Turf Care – 508-992-0778

Larry Demers | PGA Head Professional
Neil M. Wendell | Golf Course Superintendent
Morgan Sampson | Food & Beverage Supervisor

From Route 128:

Rt. 24 South 23.5 Miles to Rt. 140
(Exit 12)
Rt. 140 south 19.1 miles to Rt. 6
Turn Right onto Rt. 6, Travel 6/10 of a mile to 2nd set of lights.
Turn right onto Slocum Road, travel 1/10 of a mile to Club entrance, on left.

From Route 495:

Rt. 24 south 5.5 miles to Rt. 140 south. Continue same as above.

From Route 195:

 Rt. 140 south (Exit 13a) 1.1 miles to Rt. 6. Continue same as above

From Route 6:

Westerly from intersection with Rt. 140 to Slocum Road. Easterly 1.1 miles from North Dartmouth Mall entrance to 3rd set of lights, turn left onto Slocum Road

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