2020 Massachusetts Golf Club Memberships
Below is a list of Massachusetts private country clubs, semi-private and public golf courses offering membership and actively seeking new members.
Renaissance Country Club - Private
377 Kenoza St
Outdated notions of what a private club should be just get in the way of people having a good time, so we've done away with them. That's why you'll never pay an assessment at Renaissance-or tip any staff member. There are no food and beverage minimums, either. Here, the focus is on having fun with family and friends, enjoying the best facilities on the North Shore, and making the most of every minute you spend at your club.
This is not to say that we don't take some things seriously. We're fanatics about providing the very best hospitality and genuinely friendly service to our members and their guests. Every day, we strive to exceed expectations in everything we do. To that end, we sweat every detail, whether it's an improvement we're looking to make on the golf course or an addition to one of our menus. We pay attention to the little things, so that everyone can get more enjoyment out of their club.
That's why our golf course is consistently ranked amongst the best-and best conditioned-in the Greater Boston area and was one of just three finalists for "National Course of the Year" in 2012. It's why our clubhouse was up for a "National Clubhouse of the Year" award in 2009, why the club is one of the most sought-after in the area for weddings and golf events, and why our members, regardless of age or gender, flat-out have more fun.
We invite you to visit Renaissance and take a look around. It's the best way to discover the Renaissance difference for yourself.