COMMITTEES 2019-02-19T13:50:22+00:00

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2018 Member Handbook

Country Club Management Advisory Council Board


To All Members And Village Residents,

The 2018 golf and tennis season is fast approaching. I am confident it will be an enjoyable one for all PJCC members and village residents. Once again I thank Mayor Margot Garant and the entire Village Board of Trustees who have have demonstrated their continuing commitment to the country club. BOT liaison Stan Loucks is a constant and indispensable advocate for PJCC.

Some exciting changes will be evident in 2018. Through the hard work of Mayor Garant we have a new vendor for the restaurant and catering facility. The Crest Group owned by the Scarda Family of Belle Terre and Setauket and operators of Danfords Hotel and Marina will be overseeing the facility. They have had a great relationship with the village in the past. I am absolutely confident this new “partnership” will lead to an excellent member/ resident experience. I hope everyone takes advantage of this new “environment” and gives them their full support.

Also new for the coming season will be significant improvement to the golf driving range. This is in direct response to the results of a member survey performed in 2017. Also in response to that survey, dues are being maintained at a level making membership in PJ CC an outstanding value.  Tennis members will see new wind screens and a new sun awning in 2018 following purchase of new furniture in 2017. You can expect more responsive management with Renee Lemmerman from Port Jefferson Village Recreation directly overseeing operations including the tennis professionals and court maintenance.

Director of Golf, Bill Mackedon and Course Superintendent Brian MacMillan can be depended on to continue their outstanding performances in providing you with an excellent member experience and great course conditions. The management of “The Turn” who did such a fine job last year will be returning for 2018.

All Port Jeff residents are urged to take advantage of their club. Renee Lemmerman and the Village Department of Recreation have scheduled numerous programs you and your family to enjoy.

The volunteer members of the Country Club Management Advisory Committee give their time unselfishly to make your club experience more enjoyable while maintain financial viability. We meet the third Tuesday of each month usually in the All -Purpose room in the clubhouse.  The CCMAC invites you to attend and express your views. Volunteers for sub-committees are frequently needed. For example at present the New Member Committee headed by Chris Ciantro is in need of volunteers. I urge you to get involved.

I look forward to a great 2018 season for one and all.

Dr. Joseph D’Agrosa, Chairman CCMAC

The Country Club Management Advisory Council (CCMAC) works directly with the country club facility, professionals (both golf and tennis) and the Village administration to help manage and oversee the golf and tennis facilities of the Port Jefferson Country Club at Harbor Hills. The CCMAC is instrumental in helping the Board of Trustees in establishing the annual budget, membership drive and other revenue producing initiatives. The Eleven (11) Member CCMAC consists of the President of the Port Jefferson Golf Association, the President of the Port Jefferson Tennis Association, and nine additional members who are to be appointed by the Board of Trustees. Those members appointed by the Board of Trustees serve for a term of three (3) years. All members of the Council serve without compensation. The CCMAC generally meets once a month in The Turn next to the Pro Shop on a Thursday at 7:00PM. Please check the Country Club Calendar for actual meeting dates.

Position Held Term End Email
Dave Hershberg Member June 30, 2019
Dave McGilvray Board of Governor President-CCMAC Member Elected by golf membership
Jim White Member June 30, 2019
Joseph D’Agrosa Chair June 30, 2021
Lisa Perry Non-Member Representative June 30, 2021
Ron Carlson Non-Resident Member June 30, 2019
Stan Loucks Country Club Liason
Lauren Sheprow Member June 30, 2021
Barbara McGilvray Tuesday Tournament-Member June 30, 2019
Dana Eng Tennis President-Member Elected by Tennis
Bob Conlin Member June 30, 2019
Kris Adams Member Tennis June 30, 2021


Tennis Board Position Held Email
Dana Eng President
Bob Lynch Treasurer
Joelle Kronberg Secretary
Anna Schiliro VP/Social Chair
Dave Brandman Interclub Chair
Leo Sternlicht Tournament Chair
Connie Gross Ladder Chair


A. To supervise and control all facilities comprising the Port Jefferson Country Club.
B. To recommend to the Board of Trustees for consideration and enactment local laws for the care, management and protection of said Port Jefferson Country Club facilities and for the conduct of persons therein and for the exclusion of improper persons therefrom.
C. Pursuant to the Village Law of the State of New York, the Country Club Management Advisory Council shall have the following additional powers and duties, subject to the approval of the Board of Trustees:
(1) To plan and implement recreational programs and leisure-time and cultural activities.
(2) To recommend to the Board of Trustees personnel, equipment and materials for the programs and activities mentioned in Subsection C(1) above.
D. To audit the accounts and records of the facilities and to employ qualified parties to assist them where necessary in the audit and control of the financial matters pertaining to the facilities.


The Port Jefferson CC Board of Governors welcomes you to our section of the Port Jefferson Country Club website. We will use this to keep the membership up to date on the news of the club. We invite you to become involved and enjoy the jewel of Port Jefferson. The purpose for which this Board has been organized is as follows:

1. To unify organized elected groups. Such as tournament groups, and non-affiliated members into one unified whole; thereby providing for representation for all members of the Port Jefferson Golf Club in the oversight and management of policy at the club.
2. To promote good fellowship and foster better relationships among members, residents and the Village.
3. To serve as elected decision makers of the club.
4. To recommend to the Country Club Management Council (CCMAC) and Port Jefferson Village Board of Trustees for their consideration such plans for the care, management, and protection of the Port Jefferson Club facilities and the members therein.
5. To maintain communications with all members


The Board of Governors welcomes all members to what we hope will be one of our best golf seasons.  The golf course, under the guidance of Superintendent Brian Macmillan, has undergone many changes and improvements.  In three short years, Brian and his staff have transformed Port Jefferson Country Club into one of the finest golf courses on Long Island.  Your Board of Governors hopes that each and every member enjoys a very special golf experience this season.  We encourage you to become involved in the many tournaments and golf outings that are offered throughout the golfing season.  We also welcome suggestions that you may have that would improve your golf experience.  Your Board of Governors and our Head Pro Bill MacKedon are always available to assist you with any questions and suggestions.

Wishing you a fabulous golf season,

Dave McGilvray


Officer’s Name Board of Governor Position Email Address Telephone Number
Dave McGilvray: President & Weekend Representative
Mike Pollaccio Vice President, Communications
Dave McGilvray Treasurer
Cathy Demeo: HHTTG-Tuesday Representative
Bob Conlin Men’s Club Representative
Jeff Sparling Non-Resident Rep
Annette Broderick HHTTG-Tuesday Representative

Dedicated Paver Project

Dedicated Paver Project The new patio in front of the scoreboard on the way to the first tee This patio, under the direction Golf Board of Governors and CCMAC, was funded entirely by contributions from members. In recognition of a contribution, an engraved stone paver has been placed in the patio. This is an ongoing program, with monies collected not only funding this patio but also future similar projects and plantings on the golf course. Unengraved pavers will be removed and replaced with engraved ones on a regular basis as additional contributors take advantage of this program.

We would like to express special thanks to Ben Kito, a PJCC member, village resident and owner of Kito Landscaping. In addition to a wonderful job, Ben has been extremely generous in constructing this patio at a greatly reduced price to fit our limited budget.

If you would like to participate in this project and receive an engraved paver, please fill out a form available in the pro-shop and 19th hole. Contributions are $150 for the first paver and $75. for each additional. For further details speak to Bill Mackedon or any member of the committee.

Yours truly,

Dr. Joseph D’Agrosa
Stan Loucks
Jim White
Andrea Faulknor