General Manager/Director of Golf
Greg is entering his fifteenth season at the Bay Club. Hired as part of the original team when the Club opened in 2004, Greg held the position of Head Golf Professional for twelve years. In January 2016, Greg was named General Manager/Director of Golf. Possessing a vast understanding of the entire Club operation and an intimate knowledge of the Bay Club culture and membership, he was a natural fit for the GM role.
As the Head Golf Professional, Greg managed the golf operations including tournaments, merchandising and services. His philosophy created a culture of warmth and friendliness among members and staff alike to ensure an enjoyable golf experience for all players. Greg still finds time to play a role in the golf arena, valued by him and the Club. Recognized for his professional achievement both through Club operations at the Bay Club and his role in growing the game, he was named the New England PGA Golf Professional of the Year in 2014, the highest honor bestowed upon a NEPGA member.
An accomplished player, Greg previously competed three times in the Professional National Championship (PNC), an event that hosts the best PGA professionals in the country. He won six consecutive NEPGA Cape Cod Chapter Player of the Year Awards 2009-2014; two Stroke Play Championships (2006,2010); and seven Match Play Championships (2005, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2012, 2013 and 2014) in the Cape Cod Chapter. One of Greg’s career playing highlights was playing in the 2002 Greater Hartford Open PGA Tour event.
Prior to joining the Bay Club, Greg was Head Golf Professional at Stanley Golf Course in New Britain, Connecticut and Assistant Pro at both Sterling Farms in Stamford, Connecticut and the Black Hall Club in Old Lyme, Connecticut. In addition to his NEPGA section awards in 2013, Greg was named the Cape Cod PGA Gary Philbrick Golf Professional of the Year.
In the offseason, Greg spends time coaching basketball in the community with travel teams. Greg is also the current assistant Boys Varsity Basketball Coach at Tabor Academy having just completed his sixth season at the private boarding school in Marion, Massachusetts.
Greg is a 1995 graduate of the University of Connecticut with a degree in Economics. While at UConn he was three-year captain of the golf team helping his team capture nine team titles and six individual titles. As a senior, Greg earned the Guy Tedesco award in recognition of his performance and sportsmanship as a college athlete. He also achieved a rare double and made the powerhouse Men’s Basketball team as a walk-on for the 1994-95 season, a year in which the men’s team earned #1 ranking in the country for the first time in their history. UConn lost to UCLA (the eventual Champion) in the Elite 8 of the March Madness tournament that year.
Greg resides in Marion with his wife, Ann, and children; Jake, Cassidy and Braden.
Mary Beth Morse
Assistant Club Manager
Mary Beth Morse joined the Bay Club in November 2007 as Director of Communications with over 20 years of experience in office management and administration. She was named Assistant Club Manager in January 2016.
Prior to joining the Club, she was the manager of Hiller Associates, a local fund development consulting firm in Mattapoisett and campaign counsel for various local non-profit organizations including the Mattapoisett Free Public Library and the YMCA Southcoast. Mary Beth attended the University of Massachusetts where she earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Marketing. She currently resides in Mattapoisett with her husband Tad and three grown children Benjamin, Emily and Laura. In her spare time she enjoys cruising the waters of Buzzard Bay.
Jenn joined the Bay Club family in Spring of 2016 as the Communications Associate. She is a 2006 graduate of Framingham State College where she earned her bachelor’s degree in Communication Arts and Writing minor. Originally from Taunton, MA, Jenn now resides in Fairhaven with her husband Randy and their son, Benjamin. When the weather is nice, she can often be found running or walking with the family on the bike path.