Designed by Ed Seay with Arnold Palmer in 2002, the golf course at TPC Boston underwent a significant renovation by Gil Hanse in 2007 and this work has greatly enhanced the strategic challenge.
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...
Laid out on the Williams College campus in the Berkshire Mountains, Taconic Golf Club is one of the best collegiate courses in the country.
An Alex Findlay golf course that Donald Ross redesigned in the mid-1930s, the Hyannisport Club layout weaves around the tidal marshes of Nantucket Sound.
Situated in Blackstone Valley, the course at Whitinsville Golf Club was established by Donald Ross in the mid-1920s and it’s widely regarded as one of the best 9-hole layouts in the entire country.
Host for the stroke-play qualifying rounds for the US Amateur Championship in 2013, the course at Charles River Country Club dates back to 1921 and it’s one of the most authentic Donald Ross layouts to be found in New England.
You’ll need to get airborne or test your sea legs if you’re lucky enough to be invited to play Nantucket Golf Club.
Everyone interested in golf knows, or ought to know, that Worcester Country Club hosted the inaugural Ryder Cup match between the USA and Great Britain in 1927.
Architect Brian Silva completed a restoration of the Donald Ross-designed course at Vesper Country Club in 2009 when he rebuilt all eighteen greens to USGA specification.
Located close to the Connecticut state line, the 18-hole layout at Longmeadow Country Club is divided by a main road with holes 2 to 9 laid out on the north side and the remainder set out on the other side.