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.
A private island resort situated on the southern shore of Cape Cod, developer Norris W. Norris formed the Oyster Harbors Club in the mid-1920s and enlisted Donald Ross to design the course that remains largely intact today.
Venue of the 1919 US Open, the 1928 US Amateur, the 1958 and 1970 Curtis Cup and the US Women’s Amateur in 1906, 1975 and 1997, Brae Burn Country Club has hosted more than its fair share of top golf competitions.
At 6,223 yards, the Seth Raynor-designed layout at Dedham Country & Polo Club is a little short, thanks largely to it having only two par fours in excess of 400 yards and one par five longer than 500 yards.
Cape Cod National Golf Club was designed by Brian Silva and opened for play in 1998. Already used as a US Open Qualifier and one of the premier layouts in Massachusetts.
Tedesco Country Club is a 1920s design by Skip Wogan, laid out as two contrasting nines: the outward half is routed across former flat farmland with the inward half carved through hilly, forested terrain.
In 2002, Brian Silva stylishly shaped the 18-hole layout at Black Rock Country Club on the site of an old quarry, routing the fairways over, around and between substantial rocky outcrops.
Owned by the Nantucket Island Land Bank, the links-style layout at Miacomet Golf Club was extended to an 18-hole course by Howard Maurer in 2003 then renovated by the same architect five years later.
Donald Ross laid out the original 9-hole course at Weston Golf Club in 1917, returning five years later to add another nine. Geoff Cornish replaced two holes (the 11th and 12th) in 1965 and all the bunkers were upgraded in 2003.
Set on the island of Martha’s Vineyard, overlooking Nantucket Sound, the course at Farm Neck Golf Club was designed in two halves – front nine by Bill Robinson & Geoffrey Cornish and back nine by Patrick Mulligan.