Golf


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Overview

Golf is truly a lifelong sport. It is a game of continuous work, humility, and mastery. Whether you are just beginning, or you are number one on the ladder, the Bement golf program strives to be inclusive, fun, and challenging. As a co-ed sport, all golfers receive a mix of group and individual instruction and our top six players compete in matches against other schools. Currently, the Greenfield Country Club is our home course, where students use a combination of the driving range, the practice green, and playing rounds to learn the rules and hone their skills with the goal of playing in and excelling in matches. The golfers work with their Bement coaches, but also receive assistance from a club pro. We compete with Deerfield Academy, Northfield Mount Hermon, Eagle Hill, MacDuffie, Rectory, and Williston.


Schedule

Team Opponent Date Time Location Advantage Score Alerts
Golf vs.
Deerfield Academy
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Golf vs.
Deerfield Academy, Northfield Mount Hermon
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Golf vs.
Williston Northampton School
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Williston Northampton School, Northfield Mount Hermon
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Golf vs.
MacDuffie School
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Williston Northampton School
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Coaches

  • Bartlett alexAlex Bartlett
    Alex Bartlett has been running around on Bement fields since he started as a student in third grade. Today, he is the Athletic Director, the upper school chorus director, and the health teacher. As an avid athlete himself, Mr. Bartlett coaches soccer, basketball, and golf and loves the spirit of competition.
  • Brown lindaLinda Brown
    Linda Brown returned to the US in 2014 after living, teaching, and raising a family in France for 25 years. On both sides of the pond, she has taught kindergarten through adult language courses, including masters-level French at the School for International Training in Brattleboro, Vermont. She places a strong focus on experiential, game-based, and project-based learning in the classroom. Ms. Brown's passions outside of Bement include researching the French-Canadian historical connections with New England, the creation and design of interactive online educational resources, and golf.