Danvers Massachusetts Golf Courses

Ferncroft Country Club - Championship Course
Ferncroft Country Club - Executive Course


Featured Golf Course Review:
Ferncroft Country Club - Championship Course -- Scott B
Review by: Scott Bronstein I've placed hundreds of courses in this country and Ferncroft for a resort club is one of the better places to play! For a private resort the cost of greens fees are perhaps a bit expensive, but you have to willling to pay to play one of the better well run courses in the area! The Bent grass on the fairways and greens are always well maintained. The layout is challenging for a course of just over 6,600 yards from the tips. They've just rebuilt the 3rd Green and 4th Tee. From time to time depending on the season they may have some standing water issues. From what I've been told by the Director of Golf they are taking care of this in the near future with a new irrigation system.
From Peabody, MA

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Country Club of New Bedford -- Best Kept Secret
Review by: Brian James Houk From it's historic club house (where the scenic view is unparralleled)within the equally historic town of North Dartmouth, to it's location (running from the highest point in town, to one of it's lowest points), this is truly one of the best kept secrets in golf. With fabulous vistas to add to it's challenging course layout, sumptuous fairways and felt-like greens, the Country Club of New Bedford is a continual delight. Making use of unique topographical features such as a the 7 foot high granite ridge that runs across the 2nd fairway as well as natural water features on the lower section of the course, this immaculately tended and picturesque course combines all the best elements of the golfing experience. I have played several famous and demanding courses, but The Country Club of New Bedford remains the standard that the rest pale in comparison to.
From Las Vegas, NV




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