Townsend Ridge Country Club

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In a Nutshell

Course designed by Ted Manning and US Women’s Open champ Mary Mills nestles among pines, hemlocks, and white birches

The Fine Print

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The Deal

  • $35 for 18 holes of golf, cart rental, and one bucket of range balls ($70 value)

Golfers play through an 18-hole, par-70 course that wends through a slice of New England countryside forested by white pines, hemlocks, and white birches.

Townsend Ridge Country Club

White pines, hemlocks, and white birches flourish on the 140 acres of New England countryside that golf-course architect Ted Manning—a Robert Trent Jones protégé—and US Women’s Open champ Mary Mills sculpted into a championship golf course for Townsend Ridge Country Club. Golfers can leave breadcrumb trails to find their way back as they swing through the forested links, hitting over the stream that splits the 3rd hole’s ryegrass fairway before heading uphill on a 474-yard, par-5 12th hole. The course’s signature par-4 14th hole demands a cautious approach, as balls that land past the pin find themselves rolling down a steep slope. At last, with the clubhouse in sight, golfers finish up at the 18th by launching their balls over a pond to land on a double green shared with hole 9.

Although it’s a daily-fee course, Townsend Ridge creates the feel of a private club with a driving range hemmed by 35 hitting stations and a pro shop that hosts two swing simulators. These let players keep in shape during wintery months by tackling digital recreations of the links at Pebble Beach and St. Andrews. For more structured practice sessions, golfers can join lessons and get professional answers as to what’s the best grip for hitting out of the sand and what kind of bird lays golf balls.

Course at a Glance:

  • 18-hole, par-70 course
  • Length of 6,188 yards
  • Course rating of 70.2
  • Slope rating of 125
  • Three tee options

Customer Reviews

Lovely place but you have to hit them straight. A good challenge but not so difficult that you are frustrated.
Laura R. · August 10, 2015
Beautiful course. Front 9 are a more pleasant experience. Back 9 very challengung for the unfamilitary, first time golfer to the course.
Janice M. · October 17, 2014
Really fun course, great staff.
Mike D. · August 23, 2014

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