Gloucester Massachusetts Golf Courses

Bass Rocks Golf Club


Featured Golf Course Review:
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.

Golf Courses: Additional Golf Course Reviews:
Stone - E - Lea Golf Course -- The price is right
Review by: Noah Brahms Stone E Lea is the most reasonably priced course full-sized course in the area ($21 for 18 holes weekdays as of 2005). The greens are watered daily and are kept in consistent condition, though they are quite slow. The fairways and rough are not watered and burn out early in the summer. The course is wide and forgiving, with few traps and no water at all except for a pond guarding on the signature 15th, a 190-yard par-3 known in fun as "The Widowmaker". This is classic publinx golf, with pleasant people, no tee times, and some strange bounces when the summer heat has worked its magic. As long as you're not expecting Donald Ross, it's a decent day on the links. Bring the sunblock and leave the fancy wedges at home.
From Lincoln, RI USA




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