A Glorious Time of the Year to be at The Club at New Seabury

The Ocean Course at New Seabury courtesy of Addison Communications/ Kent Earle

Cape Cod in autumn is a sparkling, inviting destination for golfers. The crowds are fewer, the air is fresh and clean; perfect for golf and other outdoor activities, and the nights are crisp and comfortable.

The Club at New Seabury is the place to visit and stay for awhile at this time of year. Stunning ocean views frame the 1,500-acre property, which boasts two recently renovated championship golf courses and Sea Quarters accommodations. Whether you are visiting, exploring a club membership or second/new home, The Club at New Seabury offers it all. The premier private golf community boasts resort amenities, as well as fine and casual dining, all with spectacular views of Nantucket Sound.

Golf enthusiasts will be delighted and challenged at the Ocean and Dunes courses and also have unlimited use of the resort’s practice facility and professional instruction. If you want to complement your golf experience with other recreational interests, there is no shortage of activities at New Seabury. If you stay on property, you can dine at the upscale 95 Shore restaurant and bar, visit The Sand Wedge Bistro for breakfast and lunch, or check out nearby classic Cape Cod venues.

The Club New Seabury
Mashpee, MA

“The best way to discover Cape Cod is through New Seabury,” said Chris Card, President and Executive Director of The Club at New Seabury. “We have polished our jewel and believe we offer one of the most welcoming, stunning experiences in New England. You can stay put here and enjoy our all-inclusive accommodations and world-class amenities. The fall is the ideal time to visit us with beautiful weather and fewer people. There’s so much to do, or you can sit back, relax and enjoy doing nothing.”

For reservations, call 508-539-8322, or visit

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