Club History

From its founding in 1924, Ledgemont Country Club has followed the grand traditions of private country clubs by providing an exceptional golf course, gracious dining facilities, and a welcoming atmosphere.

Originally located in West Warwick, RI (now Valley CC), Ledgemont moved to our current
location in Seekonk, MA in 1949 in order to expand to 18-holes to meet the demand of the growing membership.  The vision of the membership planted the seeds for success and excellence by carefully designing and building facilities that offer a sense of belonging, giving all future members a home away from home.

Our current Championship golf course was designed by renowned architect Alfred Tull.  Tull, a former Partner with Devereaux Emmet, was known for designing generous greens and creating natural, flowing routings that fit the landscape.  Ledgemont is considered a perfect example of his classical course design and has stood the test of time.  In fact Ledgemont has played host to many marquee events, including the New England PGA Championship, RI Open, and the RI Amateur to name but a few.

        All participants must have a USGA handicap of 17.4 or less. Each state shall be granted a maximum of 18 positions to be filled by the lowest handicap entries (determined by revision date 6-1-2015.

     Participant must be a member of one of the New England Women’s Golf Member Associations as defined by each states association.

     A Member Association may invite non-members within their state to participate with the following restrictions:

  • Participants – non-members to the association must be a resident in the state for which they will play and must have a handicap index that meets the entry requirements.
  • Each Member Association will determine the number of non-member applications that will be accepted and their selection