Request a Deal
Love this business? The more people who sign up, the more likely we are to get a deal.
People make it happen. Spread the word to request a deal!
1 signed up for this.
From Our Editors
In 1903, Orrin E. Smith sculpted a nine-hole course at Windsor Lake called North Adams Gentleman's Club, challenging golfers to take on its rolling terrain and bask in the peaceful effect of its verdant expanse. Though the name of the course has changed, the Berkshire Hills terrain remains a picturesque setting for players of all skill levels to enjoy golf as a relaxing pastime. A large lake forms the centerpiece of the course, forcing players to evade its watery reaches on holes four, seven, and nine, or risk donating their balls to the course historian holding court in his underwater lair.
Course at a Glance:
- Nine-hole, par 36 course
- Total length of 2,899 yards from back tees
- Course rating of 67 from the back tees
- Course slope of 119 from the back tees
- Two sets of tees per hole
- Designed by Orrin E. Smith
Help us improve this page
Is this your business? Claim this page
See something wrong?