New England Golf Course Reviews

Bay Pointe Club golf course - 7th

Try to go low at Bay Pointe Club near Cape Cod, Mass.

With six par 3s and two short par 4s, Bay Pointe Club in Onset, Mass. seems to be ripe for the taking, but it rarely happens. Low scores tend to be derailed by long par 3s, rolling topography, 38 bunkers and two ponds. The operative word about playing it is fun. Thanks to the par 3s, golfers get a couple extra chances at a hole in one. It's one of the best values of golf on or near Cape Cod.
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Red Tail Golf Club - hole 18

Signs of the historic Fort Devens still exist at spectacular Red Tail Golf Club outside Boston

There are subtle signs of the historical significance of the land now occupied by the Red Tail Golf Club in Devens, Mass. It's hard to fathom that once upon a time barrack after barrack of Fort Devens once lined the midsection of the golf course where holes 7, 8, 9, 10, 12 and 13 now reside. These days, Red Tail is tops among the Boston area's best public golf courses. And it's a destination play worth finding.
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Robert T. Lynch Golf Course at Putterham - No. 18

Robert T. Lynch Municipal Golf Course in Massachusetts: The closest thing to Brookline C.C.

Like The Country Club at Brookline, there's plenty of history at the Robert T. Lynch Municipal Golf Course at Putterham. But as a pure golf experience, Robert T. Lynch holds its own. The holes have all kinds of interesting angles and greens complexes, plus there's been an effort of late to restore the course, undoubtedly better than it's ever been.
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