Since 1894, The Weston Golf Club has earned its reputation for honoring the skill of the game of golf. The Par 72, 18-hole golf course was originally designed by Donald Ross and is the focal point of the club.

Although the Club opened in 1894, the current location was built in 1916-1917. Donald Ross designed the original nine holes and the expanded par-71 layout, which opened in 1923. The two newest holes (11 and 12, designed by Geoffrey Cornish) were added in 1965. These replaced a very short par 3 and one par 4, and brought the course to its current par-72 layout. Improvements during the 1990's included new tees on 16 and 17. During the Fall of 2001, three greens were reconstructed (2, 8 and 13). The bunkers were restored and a new irrigation system installed during 2002-2003.

Hole #1 - Best angle approach to the green is from the left side of the fairway.







Handicap: 7 (Black/Blue) 11 (White/Red/Green)   |     Par: 4 (Black/Blue/White) 5 (Red/Green)

  • Meet the Pro
    • Adam Hemeon, PGA, TPI

      PGA Head Golf Professional
      Phone: 781-894-9019 x 700

      Personal Information

      Name: Adam N. Hemeon
      Residence: Concord, MA
      Wife: Anne S. Hemeon
      Daughter: Ailsa
      Son: Fletcher
      Birthplace: Liverpool, Nova Scotia

      Professional Profile

      • PGA of America Class "A" Member

      • BSc. in Marketing & Professional Golf Management, Ferris State University

      • Taylor Made Golf Company - National Advisory Staff

      • Titleist Performance Institute (TPI) - Certified Golf Fitness Instructor

      • PGA of America President's Council 2009

      • Qualified for PGA Professional National Championship 2009 & 2010

      • Awarded "Top 100 Golf Shops" (2012 & 2013) - Association of Golf Merchandisers

      • Past President - New England PGA Assistants' Association

      • Winner 2014 New England PGA "Merchandiser of the Year"

      • Chairman New England PGA Facility Relations & Employment Committee

      Work Experience

      • Head Professional at The Weston Golf Club, Weston, MA (2007- Present)

      • Assistant Professional at Merion Golf Club, Ardmore, PA (2006-2007)

      • Assistant Professional at The Weston Golf Club, Weston, MA (2003-2006)

      • Assistant Professional at The Kittansett Club, Marion, MA (2001-2003)

      • Assistant Professional at Cape Cod National GC, Brewster, MA (2000- 2001)

      • PGA Intern at PGA National Resort & Spa, Palm Beach Gardens, FL (1997-1998)

      • PGA Intern at Firestone Country Club, Akron, OH (1996)

  • Scorecard
    • Tee  Par Yardage Rating Slope
      Black 72 6657 73.4 138
      Blue 72 6465 72.5 134
      White 72 6076 70.7 130
      Red 73 5521 73.5 130
      Green 73 5252 71.4 125
  • Dress Code & Policies
    • Appropriate attire on the golf course, practice range and putting green is required.

      Men’s and Boys’ Appropriate Attire:

      • Collared shirts. Mock turtlenecks are acceptable.

      • Shirts must be tucked in.

      • Slacks or Bermuda-length shorts. If there are belt-loops, belts must be worn.

      • Hats worn with brim facing forward.

      Ladies’ and Girls’ Appropriate Attire:

      • Conventional golf shirts and dress tee shirts.

      • Shirts must have a collar or sleeves.

      • Slacks or Bermuda-length shorts or skirts. Shorts and skirts must fall no higher than 4” above the knee. If there are belt-loops, belts must be worn.

      • Unacceptable Attire on the Golf Course: For all players and their guests, clothing with offensive language or designs, jeans of any color, cargo shorts or cargo pants, yoga shorts or pants, short shorts, tennis shorts, bathing suits, tank tops, halter tops and racer backs are not considered suitable.

      Metal spikes are prohibited on the golf course and all practice areas.

  • Contact Us
    • The Weston Golf Club

      275 Meadowbrook Road
      Weston, MA 02493

      Phone: 781-894-2503
      Fax: 781-894-2332

      Adam Hemeon, Head Golf Professional
      781-894-9019 x700

“Don't play too much golf.  Two rounds a day are plenty.”

Harry Vardon 
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