• Join Ould Newbury Golf Club Today

    Join Ould Newbury Golf Club Today

    A club for all ages and playing abilities, Ould Newbury offers something for everyone. Read More
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    Ould Newbury - A Variety of Membership Levels

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  • ONGC Women's Golf

    ONGC Women's Golf

    Ould Nebwury Ladies' League is great for both beginner or experienced women golfers. Read More
  • ONGC's Junior Golf Program

    ONGC's Junior Golf Program

    Ould Newbury offers a fun, educational and competitive program for Juniors Read More
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Ould Newbury Open for 2020


  • The course will only be open to MEMBERS ONLY on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.
  • Public play on Monday through Thursday (beginning Wednesday, May 13th)
  • Tee times are required for all players.
    • Members may make tee times 7 days in advance
    • Public may make tee times 2 days in advance.
  • Single rider carts only. You may bring your own push cart.
  • Saturday and Sunday morning tee times limited to 52 players.
  • There is no clubhouse access. If you need something from your locker, a staff member can help you.
  • Do not arrive at the first tee until 10 minutes before your tee time.
  • The Pub is open to outside dining as of June 8, 2020.


Updated Guidance for Golf from the Recreation & Outdoor Business’s Update on Mass.gov: FULL DETAILS ON UPDATED GOLF GUIDANCE

Golf Facilities Checklist: AVAILABLE HERE


  • Clubhouse, pro shop, and other common areas will reopen
  • Require at least 12 minutes between group tee times
  • Driving Ranges and Practice Areas
    • Use of driving range, putting green and other practice facilities must follow social distancing protocols and must require use of masks or face coverings
    • Modify driving range hitting areas to ensure a minimum 6-feet of separation between players
    • Hole liners must be raised or otherwise adjusted so that players do not reach into the hole to retrieve a ball
  • Pro shops: must follow sector-specific standards for retail stores (click here)
  • Restaurants: follow Phase 2 sector-specific standards (click here)


Updated Guideline for ADA Cart Usage from the Non-Essential Business FAQ Update on Mass.gov :

No golf carts allowed, except as outlined below:

  • The use of a motorized cart may be permitted for any individual with a disability who is seeking a reasonable accommodation to ensure compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). A golfer who wants to use a cart should provide documentation or otherwise certify in writing to the golf course that he or she has a disability that requires the use of the cart.
  • Any carts used must be cleaned and sanitized after each use. The course operator may not use non-essential employees to handle the renting and/or cleaning of the carts. Only security and groundskeeping personnel are permitted on the premises.


Non-Essential Business FAQ Update from Mass.gov 

Golf courses are not essential businesses and cannot have employees working on-premise. Notwithstanding this restriction, essential services, such as groundskeeping to avoid hazardous conditions and security, provided by employees, contractors, or vendors are permitted.  Private operator of courses may permit individuals access to the property so long as there are no gatherings of any kind, appropriate social distancing of six feet between individuals is strictly followed, and the business operator and golfers abide by the specific guidelines for golf courses.

Municipalities may decide to open municipal courses under these guidelines, if they so choose.


  • Security personnel can be delineated by each club (ex. A pro and the head starter) and will be present to enforce social distancing. There can be no other employees working at the recreational component of the golf operation.
  • All staff must wear face coverings while on property.
  • Course facilities including but not limited to the clubhouse, golf shop, restaurant, bag room and locker room must remain closed.
  • No caddies allowed. 
  • No golf carts allowed.
  • Push carts may be used. Players must either carry their own bag or use a push cart.
  • All golfers must maintain proper social distancing of at least 6 feet at all times.
  • Groups of players are restricted to no more than 4 players at one time.
  • Members-only clubs can allow guests as determined by the security personnel on the golf course.
  • Private clubs that allow non-members to make reservations can do so at their discretion.
  • Maintenance personnel are permitted to work on the golf course.
  • Tee Time Policy must be 15 minutes between groups.
  • Golfers must stay in their car until 15 minutes before their tee time and must return to their car immediately following play.
  • Online and remote payment options must be utilized.
  • All golfers must use their own golf clubs. Sharing golf clubs or rental golf clubs is not allowed.
  • Flagsticks must remain in the hole. Hole liners must be raised so picking a ball out of the hole doesn't occur. 
  • Bunker rakes must be removed, and ball washers must be removed or covered.
  • Practice putting green, driving range, and chipping areas must be closed.
  • Facilities must have readily accessible hand sanitizer.
07.12.2020 6:30 am - 12:00 pm
Club Championship Matches
07.26.2020 6:30 am - 12:00 pm
Men's Member/Member, 2-man Best Ball

Outside Leagues


The Women’s Golf Association of Massachusetts has been in place since 1900 promoting interest in women’s golf. Ould Newbury Ladies’ League participates in two WGAM sponsored events: Spring Cup and Fall Cup. Membership in WGAM is encouraged as numerous events throughout the season are open to WGAM members providing the opportunity to compete at a variety of courses.

Spring Cup

These matches, which are played in April and May, promote friendly competition with other area clubs and encourage the development of women’s amateur golf in Massachusetts. To play in the Spring Cup you must be a member of the WGAM, Ould Newbury and the ONGC Ladies League, and have a handicap index of 36 or lower.

In 2015, there were 26 "cups" whcih are determined based on overall team handicap. Ould Newbury fielded two teams for Spring Cup 2015.

Team 1: Cup 12
Cindy Rodzen
Louise Healey
Karen Miller
Leea Trussell
Jane McDonald 
Team 2: Cup 26
Pat Iris
Candace Erikson
Catherine Ganarche
Donna Osborne
Kathy Melia

2015 Substitutes were: Wendy Colby, Janine Margeson, Nancy Holt.

Fall Cup

The ONGC Ladies League is participating in the Fall Cup in order to provide more opportunities to compete with other clubs. Where the Spring Cup is played by the same team from the club every week, Fall Cup can send a different team for each match. Matches consist of teams of six playing in pairs in a better ball format. Participants must be an ONGC (or Freedom Pass) member, belong to the WGAM, and have a handicap of 36 or lower.

North Shore League

The North Shore League (NSL) is comprised of six matches each season, three away and three at home, with six players from Ould Newbury in each match. The NSL is open to any Ladies’ League and ONGC (or Freedom Pass) member who either has or can play to a 30 handicap index or lower. A sign-up sheet will be available in the spring

Ladies' Tuesday Morning

  • Tee times start at approximately 8:30 a.m. Tuesday mornings ; 18 holes
  • The “Nifty Niners” 9-hole Tuesday group follows the 18-hole tee times.
  • Play begins April 21st and ends September 29th (players may join at any time throughout the season)

The Tuesday Morning League is more informal than the Ladybug League. Each week, for the 18 hole play, we establish a game or contest to provide some structure, but most importantly… to have FUN. The following criteria will be employed when establishing the weekly games:

  • We will choose games with scores that can be posted into the GHIN system.
  • The games are identified and published in the ladies locker room.
  • Foursomes will be assigned. This is done to provide balance to the teams and also to assure that we are making it comfortable for all to play.
  • We will provide at least two sessions for open golf; that is, play your own game.
  • We will assure at least one “Field Trip” (organized golf at a different club) per season. Each member who chooses to participate will be responsible for her own fees at the chosen golf club.

Ladybug Standings

Standings as of June 18, 2018

June 18

Ladybug Overview

The Ladybug League meets on Monday nights (4 p.m. sign in) for nine holes of match play.

Membership: You must have an established a handicap of 45 or less and be a member of the Ould Newbury Ladies League to play in the Ladybug League (as of 2010, the two leagues have merged). Nominal dues of $10 to cover the logistical costs of the Ladybug League are required.

Commitment: We ask for a regular commitment because you will be part of a team that depends on your attendance. If you know in advance you cannot make all but one or two matches, please sign up as a substitute versus a regular, weekly player.

Format: Four-women teams who play two-person best ball for nine holes each week. Teams are made up by handicap, with A (Captain), B, C, and D players. Your captain will notify you of your team prior to the opening scramble.

Substitutes: Contact Lucille Lang or Donna Osborne if you need a sub (call as early as possible!).

Dinner: A light dinner will be available after play for a nominal fee; sign up in the Pro Shop prior to play in if interested.

Sign-up: First preference is given to those who have previously been in the League, then to prior substitutes, and finally to new applicants. Substitutes are always needed and welcome to play each week after the scheduled teams if not needed for the night. Sign up early (on bulletin board outside the Ladies Locker Room or by calling Barbara Knight) because the League will close when the limit is reached.

Fees: $10 per person for the season. Make checks out to Ould Newbury Ladies League.


  • Lucille Lang ( / 978-373-1403)
  • Donna Osborne

Why Ould Newbury is Different

  • No matter what your playing ability, you will fit right in with Ould Newbury's friendly membership. It doesn't matter if you have been a member for 40 years or just joined last week - all members at Ould Newbury are like an extended family.
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