Gloucester Massachusetts Golf Courses

Bass Rocks Golf Club

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Bass Rocks Golf Club -- A Classic golf Course
Review by: B.B. Bass Rocks in my opinion is an ideal kind of golf course. Every time you play is different. The winds off the ocean can be a help at times. However, other times it can play havoc with your game. The course forces you to play almost every kind of shot there is. From high flops to knock downs, it will test your game. The staff is second to none. Friendly and always willing to offer a tip or two that will help make your round more enjoyable. The members make you feel right at home. Like they have known you for years, even if you just met. In my personal opinion, every town should have a club like Bass Rocks.
From Tampa, Fl.

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Siasconset Golf Course -- A Windy Lie
Review by: Summer hacker If you do not feel the wind, be cautious because it is just beyond the bushes. The course has been changed to give acreage to the new Nantucket Golf Club, which it abuts. It is too bad the reconfigured fairways were not given the same attention as those at the new club. Still and all, it is a very enjoyable course with outstanding views. Most fairways are wide and reaonably groomed, but if you hit into the shrubs, it is time to take a drop. On two holes, (or three if you overdrive the green), the Milestone Road may come into play with a wild hook or slice. In the summer months it is possible to take the NRTA, shuttle bus from town and other points on the island to the course. Also in the summer, usually in August, the Couch Potato(e) Tournament is played. It is an invitational tournament, but the golf is nonetheless uneven, however, often enjoyable to witness.
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