Narragansett Rhode Island Golf Courses

Point Judith Country Club


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Point Judith Country Club -- Course Description
Review by: Kevin Needham As a youngster growing up in Narragansett, I spent several summers lugging golf bags around Point Judith Country Club. The course description indicates that there are lots of water hazards on the front nine, but I beg to differ. Unless you count drainage ditches between fairways, there are NO water hazards on the front side, and two that come into play on three holes on the back nine. Yes the fairways are wide; they got that much right. It's also a long course from the back tees. The 18th hole is a monster; nearly 600 yards in length with a row of traps at about 160 yards from the green that runs across the entire fairway. I saw many matches won and lost on this classic finishing hole. I also saw the likes of Bob Hope, Bobby Orr, Rick Pitino and Dave Givitt knock it around PJCC. It's a wonderful old course, but the only way you'll get a tee time at PJCC is if you're invited to play with one of the members or if you spend some time in the caddy yard; then you get to play on Monday morning for free!
From West Chester, PA USA

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Point Judith Country Club -- Course Description
Review by: Kevin Needham As a youngster growing up in Narragansett, I spent several summers lugging golf bags around Point Judith Country Club. The course description indicates that there are lots of water hazards on the front nine, but I beg to differ. Unless you count drainage ditches between fairways, there are NO water hazards on the front side, and two that come into play on three holes on the back nine. Yes the fairways are wide; they got that much right. It's also a long course from the back tees. The 18th hole is a monster; nearly 600 yards in length with a row of traps at about 160 yards from the green that runs across the entire fairway. I saw many matches won and lost on this classic finishing hole. I also saw the likes of Bob Hope, Bobby Orr, Rick Pitino and Dave Givitt knock it around PJCC. It's a wonderful old course, but the only way you'll get a tee time at PJCC is if you're invited to play with one of the members or if you spend some time in the caddy yard; then you get to play on Monday morning for free!
From West Chester, PA USA




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