Golf Tournament

 On Saturday, June 22nd (rain date June 23rd), the Chappaquiddick Community Center (CCC) will hold its 1st Annual CCC Classic at the Royal and Ancient Chappaquiddick Links. This event will kick off for the 35th Anniversary of the CCC.

The 1st Annual CCC Classic promises to be a great day at RACL. All proceeds benefit the Chappaquiddick Community Center. The field is limited to 18 foursomes, and we anticipate this tournament will sell out quickly.

CLICK HERE to sign-up

Registration includes lunch at RACL, a sleeve of golf balls, & other golf-related swag. All registered participants are eligible for door prizes, tournament prizes, an awards reception, and the chance to bid on silent auction items.

Sponsor Level Registrations

To become a sponsor, CLICK HERE

Hole Sponsor $500 – Includes your name/logo displayed online and signage recognition.

Major Sponsor $2500—Includes your name/logo displayed on tournament banners and unique signage at a tee box, recognition, and a link on the tournament page.

Tournament Sponsor $10,000 – Includes plaque recognition at the Club, your name/logo displayed on tournament banners and unique signage at a tee box, recognition and link on the tournament page, entry of 4 players, lunch at RACL & awards reception.

The CCC Classic will help build a stable financial future for the CCC and leave a legacy for generations to come. The Chappaquiddick Community Center (CCC) is a gathering place for year-round and seasonal residents and visitors. The center creates and maintains social, recreational, and educational programs for adults and children. Through its facilities and activities, the CCC cultivates a greater appreciation of Chappaquiddick, its people, and its environment.

Back in 1988, a teacher, an attorney, a newspaper reporter, a contractor/carpenter, a community activist/landscaper, and a bookkeeper/house painter/therapist living in Chappaquiddick decided their community needed a gathering place. The generous donation of land by Ann & Bill Brine was part of the dream. In the meantime, the community met and discussed how to make the community center a reality. This group of folks, known as the founders today (Joe Cressy, Daryl Knight, Dick Knight, Woody Filley, Allen Slater, Julie Wells, Sidney Morris), were appointed to represent the community and sign the founding documents. Their dream became a reality when the building we now know as the Chappy Community Center, built with volunteer and paid labor, was ready for occupancy in the summer of 1992.

Since that time, the CCC has been relying on funds from programs and donations to keep the building intact and its programs flourishing.

If you have any questions or need more info, please get in touch with

Tina at,