Norwood Massachusetts Golf Courses

Lost Brook Golf Club
Norwood Country Club


Featured Golf Course Review:
Norwood Country Club -- Good place to tune up
Review by: Pete Norwood CC is VERY flat (it's a filled in swamp), only a couple of doglegs, and not very long (par 3's are all 150 yds or less, many 4's under 350). But it's in very good shape this year (2004) and won't torture you with deep rough. Never noticed the "constant wind" mentioned in the description. Staff friendly enough, can get beers and dogs in the 19th hole but no other food. It could use some improvements, but it's $30 for 18 holes and it's not bad for that price. Not a bad place to go to with a buddy for an afternoon round, but head elsewhere for a memorable golf experience.
From Norwood

Golf Courses: Additional Golf Course Reviews:
Lost Brook Golf Club -- Lost Brook Found
Review by: Carl After being away from golf for about 15 years, it was a very enjoyable (golf enjoyable?) way to get back into the game. The course is well maintained and very pleasant to walk. The longer holes allowed for a range of clubs to be used (3 wood the max.). Excellent course for us older folks who aren't hitting them as long as we used to. The course does require the discipline that comes with age (and maturity) as the holes are narrow with a number of well-place sandtraps and water.
From Canton, MA USA

Lost Brook Golf Club -- Great for those who haven't played for a while (or ever)
Review by: Ron This is a great place to get your game back. Holes are short but challenging enough to give you a full range of shots. Instead of being frustrated (and pressured) on a long course, play a few rounds here first and have fun getting back in the groove.
From Boston




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