Welcome. Wellesley Country Club is a family-oriented club whose members enjoy a wide variety of recreational and social opportunities. Founded in 1910, our club combines the best of both one hundred years of tradition and modern country club life.
At the heart of WCC is its championship golf course, which hosted the 2016 U.S. Senior Women’s Amateur Championship. WCC previously hosted the Massachusetts Open in 2010 and other state-level tournaments over the years. From the championship tees, the course offers an exceptionally challenging layout at 6,844 yards. Golfers of all levels can find the course that’s right for them from four other sets of tees played by the men, women and families. In addition to the golf course, the club has a practice tee, two putting greens, a short game practice area and an indoor practice facility.
With a history of design by Donald Ross, Wayne Stiles and Geoffrey Cornish, the club is fortunate to have one of only two courses that has felt the touch of this trio of New England’s most prolific and distinguished golf course architects. More recent modifications, by Mark Mungeam, upgraded the layout for the 2010 Massachusetts Open—held as part of the club’s centennial celebration. The club has hosted over a dozen championships sponsored by the USGA and the MGA. The course plays to a par of 71 and its five sets of tees provide yardages—ranging from 5,474 to 6,903 yards—for all abilities.
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The Wellesley Country Club offers year-round tennis with our two indoor courts and eight outdoor clay courts. The adult tennis program has many things to offer both social and competitive players. For women, the club has four teams competing in the Dorothy Bruno Indoor Tennis League. The Tennis program offers a robust Junior Development Program. Our platform tennis program features a state-of-the-art Platform Tennis facility. Four courts with a paddle hut that is perfect for post match socializing or paddle tennis gatherings.
At Wellesley Country Club, celebrations are more than just planned; they are created. Every detail is the result of decisions made to ensure your special event is precisely what is expected. Our banquet staff is meticulous in the execution of each event with exacting skill, pride, and professionalism. Our Director of Catering, Pam Towle will gently guide you through all the important stages of designing your event, ultimately eliminating any anxiety you may feel along the way.
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Our entire Club community takes great pride in entertaining our guests. Our staff is committed to ensuring that all of your golf, dining and recreational needs are met during your visit to Wellesley Country Club.
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David McNaughton has been the Director of Tennis at the Wellesley Country Club since 2000. Prior to his employment at the WCC David had an active career as a player and professional. David competed at Rollins College and the University of Southern Maine winning the Little East Singles and Doubles title in 1990. After college he worked as the Director of Tennis at the Prouts Neck Country Club from 1993-2000. He also was the Director of Tennis at The Savannah Yacht Club in 1994-95. David was also the head coach at both Bowdoin College and Emmanuel College.
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Born and raised in New Hampshire, Tim grew up playing every sport he could. When it became evident that Major League Baseball was not in the cards, he turned his focus toward tennis.
While attending graduate school for education, Tim was lucky enough to secure a job at the WCC based on a recommendation from a former high school teammate who was then working at the club. Upon graduation, Tim realized the combination of teaching and playing a game he loved was a perfect fit. 15 years later, he does not regret his decision.
Tim resides in Medfield with his wife and two children. When off the court, Tim enjoys spending time with his family, preferably someplace where they can go fishing, or better yet, surfing.
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Jeff has been the Head Golf Professional at Wellesley Country Club since 1999. Previously he worked at Belmont Country Club and has over twenty-five years of experience in the golf industry. While at Wellesley, Jeff has been honored by the New England PGA section as Merchandiser of the Year and nominated as Golf Professional of the Year. Jeff is a Titleist Performance Institute certified professional, and he also is a certified club fitter with Titleist, Ping, Callaway, TaylorMade and Mizuno. Jeff graduated from Clemson University with a degree in Financial Management.
Respecting the Clubhouse Dress Code is appreciated. Proper country club dress is required of all members, their families, and guests. Members are responsible for informing their guest(s) of the dress code. and those Members or guests not abiding by the Code may be asked to leave the premises. In part, the Dress Code prohibits: jeans of any kind (except for Women’s white denim); shirts without collars for men; midriffs, tank tops, and halter tops; swimsuits or bare feet; "cut-off" and athletic shorts (except tennis and Bermuda shorts). Hats, caps, and visors are not permitted in the Clubhouse. All shirts must be tucked in, except those designed to be worn untucked.
Wellesley Country Club depends on all its members to dress in an appropriate fashion. Members are responsible for informing their guest(s) of the dress code prior to play. Suitable attire for men and boys at the golf facilities includes slacks or Bermuda length shorts (a maximum of 3 inches above the knee) and a tucked-in collared shirt. Short and long sleeve mock neck shirts are permitted. Appropriate attire for women and girls includes golf dresses, golf shirts, golf skirts, slacks, and Bermuda length shorts (a maximum of 3 inches above the knee). Women’s golf shirts may be either collarless with sleeves or sleeveless with a collar. Women’s shirts are to be worn tucked in with the exception of finished shirts specifically designed to be worn over golf shorts or golf skirts. All hats (baseball caps, golf hats, visors, etc.) must be worn with the brims forward. “Cut offs”, jeans, running/tennis/denim/gym shorts, short-shorts, cargo shorts, tee shirts and tank/halter tops are not considered appropriate attire for either men or women. The club and facilities are "spikeless," and metal cleats of any kind are not permitted. Please be aware that not all items sold in the golf shop will conform to the dress code. Appropriate dress for guests is the responsibility of the host member. Those not adhering to these guidelines may be asked to leave the golf course and practice facilities.
Appropriate attire includes any article of clothing, hat or warm-up suit recognizably manufactured exclusively for tennis. Collared shirts are required for men. Only shoes manufactured exclusively for tennis are allowed. For participants under age 14, tennis whites are required and sloganed tee-shirts are allowed only if they have a tennis slogan. Collared shirts, however, are preferred for boys. Participants not adhering to these guidelines may be asked to leave the tennis facility.
The audible use of a phone or other device to make or receive a phone call, listen to voicemail or other audible activity is limited only to the parking lot, the restrooms and locker rooms in all 3 buildings. The audible use of any device is prohibited in the areas surrounding the clubhouse, including, but not limited to, the areas outside the Pro Shop, the circular drive leading up to the clubhouse and pool, the front and side clubhouse entryways, patios, terraces and balcony as well as at the tennis facilities, golf course, golf practice facilities, and pool.
Phones and other devices may be used anywhere in the club for the use of such activities as texting, emailing, internet use, the showing and taking of pictures, provided the device is in silent mode.
Devices configured with a separate keyboard are not permitted in any area of the clubhouse, but are permitted in all club locker rooms and in the clubhouse's function rooms when those rooms are being used for Club related business and committee meetings.
A non-smoking policy has been approved by the Board of Governors. Non-smoking areas include the Clubhouse and its front entrances, the outside terraces, pool area, indoor tennis facility and paddle hut. Smoking is permitted on the outside balconies of the Ballroom and the Men’s Locker Room, the parking lot and on the golf course.
Wellesley Country Club unveiled a new facility in 2014. The new pool complex includes a snack bar, kiddie pool, sports court and the 10th Hole Grille that offers food, fun and relaxation to all members. The pool is open from Memorial day through Labor Day, and offers 80 hours of swimming weekly to accommodate adults, kids, and families. Wellesley Country Club has an active youth Swim Team.
Wellesley Country Club’s fitness center is complete with stationary bikes, arc trainers, treadmills, Cybex strength training machines, free weights, medicine balls, tubing and other training equipment. Our fitness trainers are available to provide golf and tennis specific training to enhance performance. They also offer programs for the improvement of balance, general weight loss, and the prevention/rehabilitation of injuries. The fitness center is open year round.
Wellesley Country Club is home to several youth programs including the Summer Academy, Paddle Tennis Vacation Camp, Junior Development Tennis Program, Junior Golf Program, Caddie Program and an active Swim Team. Our youth programs are available throughout the year.