Golf & Sports Gear
Round of Golf for Two at The Kittansett Club with Lunch & Swag
- Item Number
- Estimated Value
- $300 USD
- $1,800 USD to PegRodrigues
- Number of Bids
- 27 - Bid History
Get on the links with this special Round of Golf for Two at The Kittansett Club in Marion, MA! Winners will play their 18 holes with club members and donors, St. Andrew's parent John Morgan and Nick Morgan '22. Package includes lunch and two Kittansett hats.
About The Kittansett Club
The Kittansett Club, appropriately named from two Native American words meaning “near the sea,” is situated in the town of Marion at the end of Butler Point, which extends into Buzzards Bay. A club was formed and the 18-hole golf course was built with play beginning in 1923. Kittansett was one of the first courses to be built with predetermined specifications. Several experts had been consulted regarding the course layout, including Donald Ross and William Flynn, but it was founding member Frederic C. Hood who undertook the actual construction of the course based on his considerable knowledge of American and British golf courses of that day.
During its memorable history Kittansett has hosted several Massachusetts Golf Association championships over the years. These include the Massachusetts Amateur Championship in 1958, 1978, 1990, 1999, 2008 and 2020 and the WGAM Edith Noblit Baker Trophy in 1954, 1979, 1989, 1995, 2005 and 2015. The most prestigious event hosted by Kittansett was the 1953 Walker Cup when the United States defeated Great Britain & Ireland 9 to 3.
Since the 1990s the course has gone through a series of redesigns by Gil Hanse, who has been a longstanding consultant with respect to restoration, improvements, and renovations of Kittansett. It is now a much more open course, the sea is visible from many more holes, and the wind has become a significant factor in course management. With its spectacular views and challenging golf, a round at Kittansett is a truly memorable experience.
Tour the course here: https://youtu.be/wZuUhIKHnKc
Item Special Note
Winner will coordinate with John Morgan to schedule their round of golf.
Delivery in RI and MA will be available; the winner is responsible for any shipping or packaging costs. St. Andrew's School is not responsible for lost or stolen items, gift certificates, gift cards, or vouchers.
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