Plymouth Country Club engaged Donald Ross to set out a new 18-hole course during the 1920s. Three of the old master’s holes have since been lost but the layout remains a fine example of his work.
Host to the US Women’s Open in 2004, the Orchards Golf Course at Mount Holyoke College is a 1920s Donald Ross design that was constructed by industrialist Joseph A. Skinner for his daughter Elizabeth, a promising golfer in her youth.
Renaissance Golf Club in Haverhill is Brian Silva’s inaugural Signature creation, which dates back to 2005. The course pays homage to golf’s Golden Age and is set in the tranquil and picturesque Merrimack Valley.
Set within a generous 340-acre site, the course at The Ranch Golf Club was designed by Damian Pascuzzo and its mix of woodland, meadow, creek and wetland makes for entertaining golf.
Host venue for the 1916 U.S. Women’s Amateur championship, the Donald Ross-designed course at Belmont Country Club has been modified and upgraded a number of times down the years, most recently by Craig Schreiner in 2005.
Opened in 1936, the George Wright Golf Course is a Donald Ross design. It's reputed that 60,000 pounds of dynamite, 72,000 cubic yards of top soil and 57,000 linear feet of drainage pipe was used for its construction.
The first nine at Crumpin-Fox Club was completed in 1977. A decade later, after a change of ownership, Roger Rulewich was called in to add another loop and renovate the original nine and this new layout debuted in 1990.
Brian Silva carved the fairways at Red Tail Golf Club out of the forest on the old army base at Fort Devens. The 17th is not called “Bunkers” because of sand traps, the name refers to ammunition bunkers situated at the green side.
Sacconnesset Golf Club, formerly The Golf Club of Cape Cod, is a new millennium design from Rees Jones, where heavily bunkered fairways are routed through a wooded landscape close to Buzzard’s Bay...
Kernwood Country Club celebrated its centenary in 2014 and its Donald Ross-designed course lies alongside the scenic Danvers River, where many state, regional and national qualifying championship events have played out down the years.