Winchester - Massachusetts - USA

Winchester Country Club,
468 Mystic Street,
Massachusetts (MA) 01890,

  • +1 781 729 4085

Established as a 9-hole track in 1903, the golf course at Winchester Country Club was extended to 18 holes in 1916, nine years before Donald Ross was called in to redesign the layout.

Holes are essentially built on the side of a hill close to Upper Mystic Lake with many of the fairways laid out side by side due to the lie of the land. Nonetheless, the design skills of Donald Ross were such that he still managed to create an interesting and totally engaging course.

The most difficult holes here appear around the turn, where the long par four 8th requires a fairway wood or long iron approach to the green and the slightly doglegged 10th is played to a tricky two-tier putting surface.

The signature hole on the card is the 525-yard 13th, the second of back-to-back par fives, and bunkers separate its split fairway. A tee shot driven to the lower level on the left lessens the risk, but lengthens the hole whilst a drive to the right offers big hitters the chance of going for the green in two mighty blows.
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Description: Built on the side of a hill next to the west shore of Upper Mystic Lake, the fairways at Winchester Country Club are laid out side by side due to the lie of the land... Rating: 5 out of 6 Reviews: 1
Lyndell Young
I had the great opportunity to play Winchester last fall,and what a beautiful Ross design,I'm from NC so I've played a lot of his designs and this one is one of his best I've seen.I plan on another trip to Boston this year to see some more great courses.
June 09, 2015
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