Plainville Massachusetts Golf Courses

Heather Hill Country Club - Middle/South Course
Heather Hill Country Club - North Course


Featured Golf Course Review:
Heather Hill Country Club - North Course -- Not a bad little course.
Review by: M. Morin Heather Hills is a course I play a lot, mostly due to it's close location and very reasonable price. There are 3 nines (27 holes total) which usually be played in any combination, however normally the North course is reserved for 9 hole rounds and the Middle-South courses for 18. The North course is a nice links style course with some sand and few water hazards. The Middle-South course is more of a typical New England style course carved out of the woods. There are a few questionably designed holes, and play can slow down drastically in some, however, if you’re looking for a leisurely inexpensive round this is course a nice little secret. Be warned – They do not accept credit cards (but there is an ATM in the pro shop).
From Franklin, MA

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Heather Hill Country Club - Middle/South Course -- A friendly, challenging bargain
Review by: Paul A. I've played this public course many times & have never failed to have a good time. The north 9 is more wide open and a bit longer than the middle-south 18, but the addition of fairway irrigation has made the entire layout more pleasent year-round. The tight fairways of the middle-south 18 means that shaping your tee shots can lead to better approach shots. Grade changes, dog-legs and the occational bunker or water hazard yields sufficient challanges to make up for lack of length. Be aware that the $30 weekend fee is cash only. No credit cards, is a small sacrifice considering the bargain price, decent conditions and friendly staff.
From Medway, MA

Heather Hill Country Club - North Course -- Not a bad little course.
Review by: M. Morin Heather Hills is a course I play a lot, mostly due to it's close location and very reasonable price. There are 3 nines (27 holes total) which usually be played in any combination, however normally the North course is reserved for 9 hole rounds and the Middle-South courses for 18. The North course is a nice links style course with some sand and few water hazards. The Middle-South course is more of a typical New England style course carved out of the woods. There are a few questionably designed holes, and play can slow down drastically in some, however, if you’re looking for a leisurely inexpensive round this is course a nice little secret. Be warned – They do not accept credit cards (but there is an ATM in the pro shop).
From Franklin, MA




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