Tournaments/Championship Week


Spring Classic

     (45 Holes over 2 days, different format each nine holes)



Ladies Senior Golf Tournament

     (55 years and older, 9 holes, gross/net)

Men’s Senior Golf Tournament                                                            

     (55 years and older, 18 holes, gross/net)

Night Golf Scramble

Mary Weston Bowl Tournament                                                              

     (9 holes, full handicap, gross/net)


Championship Week - the week of August 15-21 will feature Championship Week, during which the Ladies Championship (August 16), the Junior Championship (August 19) and the Men's Championship (August 20, 21), both Match Play and a new Flight Club Champion (Net) will be crowned. This week will culminate in a potluck Golf Championship Dinner on Sunday (August 21) in the Barn immediately following the conclusion of the Men's matches. All of the golf awards will be made and all the champions recognized. Further information for this week will be forthcoming throughout the season.


President's Cup

     (Match play, full handicap, over 3 weeks)

Harbor House Tournament                                                                        

     (Public invited, 18 holes, full handicap, extra fee)

Baked Bean Invitational                                                                

     (Members and guests, 18 holes, best ball)

 MDI Golf Tournament

     (Course closed for 1 day, open competition, flights arranged, extra fee)   

Red Barn Classic Shootout                                                                

     (18 holes, flights arranged,  nominal fee)

Playing tennis at the Causeway Club means you’re playing tennis in one of the most beautiful locations in the world! As relatively new members, my husband and I were warmly welcomed by long-time members, and soon were involved in all of the wonderful tennis activities offered for all levels of play. The courts are meticulously groomed, the tennis and pool programs are attentively managed​.​​

- Nancy Brown​, Causeway Club member