Centrepiece of a new millennium residential development, the course of The Golf Club at Turner Hill is a Michael Hurdzan and Dana Fry ensemble that opened for play in 2004.
Designed by Geoff Cornish in 1950, the course at Nashawtuc Country Club underwent a Rees Jones renovation early in the new millennium, resulting in upgraded bunkers, rebuilt tees and greens, and the installation of a new drainage system.
Wayne Stiles set out the first 9-hole track at Oak Hill Country Club in 1921. Six years later, Donald Ross added another nine and redesigned five of the original holes (#1, #2, #4, #6 and #9).
Opened in 2001 and designed by California-based architect Damian Pascuzzo, Indian Pond Country Club lies within a densely forested landscape, where fairways are set out around an upmarket real estate development.
Many golfing greats have graced the fairways at Wellesley Country Club and it’s said Francis Ouimet visited the club a week before becoming the first amateur to win the US Open in 1913 – he’s said to have played all his bad shots here before the big event.
Wayne Stiles and John van Kleek added another nine holes to Thorny Lea Golf Club’s original 9-hole course in 1925. The expanded layout was then inaugurated with an exhibition match involving former US Open Champion Francis Ouimet.
Concord Country Club, formed in 1895 as Concord Golf Club, commissioned Donald Ross to lay out an 18-hole course for the membership which was carried out in two stages, building the first nine in 1915 then adding another nine thirteen years later.
The Championship course at Blue Hill Country Club is a 1925 Skip Wogan design that Ron Prichard lovingly restored in 2003. Keeping it in the family, the architect’s son Phil also laid out the club’s 9-hole Challenger course in 1961.
Willie Campbell set out the original 6-hole course at Cohasset Golf Club but Donald Ross expanded this initial layout to eighteen holes in two stages by 1920. Ron Prichard (in 1999) and Ron Forse (in 2014) have since conducted course renovations.
Conveniently situated close to the main Interstate 95 highway, the Bay Club at Mattapoisett is an early new millennium design from Brad Booth which was literally carved from the dense woodland area that overlooks Mattapoisett Harbor.