Review: Boston Golf Club

Conjuring up comparisons to Pine Valley, Boston Golf Club is a modern classic, with bold contours, endless strategy, incredible variety, and a serious amount of charm. This golfing-first member-owned Club is a course you’ll never tire playing and is a true inspiration to all other modern courses who want a traditional feel. If you get a chance to play this Gil Hanse gem, drop everything and experience one of the most thought-provoking designs of the 21st century. … More Review: Boston Golf Club

Review: The William J. Devine Golf Course at Franklin Park

William J. Devine Golf Course at Franklin Park is one of several affordable, public classic gems littered around New England. As the second oldest public course in America, the history here is tremendous and both novices and accomplished golfers will enjoy this unadulterated Ross layout. I recommend this course to those visiting the Boston area. … More Review: The William J. Devine Golf Course at Franklin Park

Review: Quaker Ridge Golf Club

Although Quaker Ridge keeps a low-profile, those who have been fortunate to experience it firsthand know it is very well-deserving of its Top 100 status and is undoubtedly one of the best parkland designs in America. Characterized by numerous strong par fours, impeccable conditioning, and several unique quirks, I can’t say enough positive things about Quaker Ridge. This is a course I could play for the rest of my life and never tire of. … More Review: Quaker Ridge Golf Club

Review: Dormie Club

Dormie Club is another strong effort from Coore and Crenshaw and is a course every visitor to Pinehurst should explore as long as it’s still open to the public. While my expectations were perhaps a bit too high after Streamsong Red, I did thoroughly enjoy this par 71 with one of the strongest opening stretches of holes I’ve played.  … More Review: Dormie Club