Stow Acres CCStow North at Stow Acres Country Club

58 Randall Rd
Stow, Massachusetts 01775
Middlesex County

Phone(s): (978) 568-1100
Fax: (978) 562-4573

The 18-hole Stow North at Stow Acres Country Club in Stow, MA is a public golf course that opened in 1965. Designed by Bill Robinson and Geoffrey Cornish, Stow North at Stow Acres Country Club measures 7035 yards from the longest tees and has a slope rating of 131 and a 74.2 USGA rating. The course features 4 sets of tees for different skill levels. Greens and fairways are bent.

2 stars out of 5 (based on 1 reviews)
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A view of a green protected by bunkers at Stow North from Stow Acres Country ClubA view from a tee at Stow Acres Country ClubA view of a hole at Stow Acres Country Club

Golf course details

  • Holes: 18
  • Designed by: Bill Robinson, Geoffrey Cornish
  • Public/Private: Public
  • Year opened: 1965
  • Golf Season: Open: 4/01 Closed: 11/01
  • Guest Policy: Open
  • Tee times welcomed: Yes
  • Fairways: Bent Grass
  • Greens: Bent Grass


  • Pro in house: Yes
  • Driving range: Yes
  • Rental clubs: Yes
  • Rental carts: Yes

Green fees price ranges

Course policies

  • Metal spikes allowed: No
  • Dress code:
  • Credit cards accepted: VISA, MasterCard, Amex Welcomed

Length, slope and rating for each tee

Tee Par Yardage Slope Rating
Black 72 7035 131 74.2
White 72 6330 127 70.7
Blue 72 6797 130 73.7
Red (W) 72 5926 132 74.4

Reader Ratings / Reviews

  • 2 stars out of 5
    by Tom Briggs
    on June 20th, 2011 07:24
    The North Course is a challenging and interesting course but there are many areas on the fairways and around the greens that really need maintenance. The saving grace of this place is the greens, they are excellent. The very unfortunate issue is that several bunkers,especially on holes 16 and 17 contain large rocks that were only found after hitting them! Rocks the size of your fist are not acceptable for any golf course especially for what they charge for greens fees. When I asked the management about this they said that it's a known problem and have had several complaints but because it costs so much to install liners the rocks will stay! How about a warning sign or raking them down and removing the rocks so we don't have to find them the hard way? Why don't they just call them "rock traps". I have lost faith in Stowe Acres, they are obviously not maintaining the course especially for the prices they demand. I was not offered anything for my trouble, but that should not be a surprise either. Not acceptable when there are really so many great courses in the area.
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