Blackstone National Golf Club prestigious 18-hole golf club located in Sutton, MA. The award winning Rees Jones design features lush fairways and fast greens, which makes the course challenging yet enjoyable. After a beautiful round of golf, be sure to stop by the National Grill – a full service bar, grill, and restaurant.
When renowned course architect Howard Maurer designed Wentworth Hills Country Club, he did so in a manner that showcases the New England region. Lined with trees, the course's rolling landscapes cross open meadows and through heavily wooded areas. They rise and fall dramatically, and, in spots, get intersected by sparkling water features. Beneath those aesthetic visuals, though, lurks a series of challenges, including greens that have been sized, shaped, and angled to complicate tee shots. More than 60 strategically placed bumpers also litter the course, encouraging players to take risks in order to save par or catch the attention of any indigenous PGA recruiters grazing in the nearby trees. After rounds, players can head to the elegant, but cozy clubhouse to stock up in the pro shop or relax with a good meal at the grill.
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PGA-certified teaching professional Todd Dugan custom tailors private lessons to the needs of each student, relying on more than 10 years of teaching experience and the latest technology to help to improve swing mechanics. Growing up playing at Pleasant Valley Country Club in Sutton, Todd has crisscrossed the country instructing and competing professionally, most recently completing a three-year term as a golf pro and a veteran tee-whittler at Hyannisport Club on Cape Cod. Todd helps students to tune up golf games from the comfort of heated outdoor hitting bays.
New England's Premier Sports Complexes since 2002 with facilities in Norfolk and Marlboro MA. featuring fitness centers, indoor turf fields, indoor driving ranges, basketball courts, concessions, pro shop, outdoor lighted turf fields (Marlboro), plus a lighted par 3 golf course (Norfolk).
A family-friendly atmosphere at the Airport Golf Fun Center lets guests of any age unwind with games of mini-golf or hone their skills with long shots on the driving range. Putt past obstacles, undulating turf, and ball-swiping seagulls on the 18-hole mini-golf course. Beautifully landscaped, the course winds past a plethora of ponds, water falls, and baffling water rises. Golfers can also refine regular-sized skills on a short game practice area outfitted with a putting green, sand trap, and purse-lipped fans. The 45-stall range lets clubsmen unsheathe drivers for full-fledged shots from tee-boxes dressed with real grass or artificial turf.
Carved through dense pine trees according to the vision of New England course designer Donald Ross, Triggs Memorial Golf Course artfully incorporates the natural terrain into a scenic, 18-hole layout. The course begins with three long par 4s—demanding par 4s have become the course's calling card—making it a daunting layout for slow-starting swings and jet-lagged 9-irons. Relatively short par 5s offer stick-flickers scoring chances to compensate for some of the more difficult holes, provided they can keep their drives out of the fairway bunkers and dense tree lines that flank most fairways. Flat terrain eases golfers into the round on the front nine, and more hilly terrain awaits on the back nine to complicate club selection and force the occasional above- or below-the-feet lie. Small, well-bunkered greens loom at the end of each fairway, requiring precise approach shots to keep balls on the green. After rounds, golfers can head to Yogi's Grill, where a menu of sandwiches, wraps, burgers, and 13 beers slake appetites that haven't been spoiled by handfuls of savory greenside sand.
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Golfers across the handicap spectrum practice bogey-thwarting skills at Natick Golf Learning Center, where PGA- and LPGA-certified pros preside over a multifaceted outdoor practice facility. The center’s outdoor driving range offers 75 artificial and natural-grass hitting mats; two chipping greens, a putting green, and a practice bunker let players practice their finesse shots. During daily lessons, the pros enlist video analysis and other teaching aids to help pupils tackle new skills or correct recent on-course weaknesses.