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Country Club of Billerica51 Baldwin Rd
Billerica, MA 01821
Phone: (978)667-8061Fax: (978)663-0074
This course's greens and fairways are well maintained. This fairly flat course does feature many trees that can alter your shots. Water hazards (three ponds) come into play on three holes. The signature hole is #11, a 204-yard, par 3, requiring a tee shot to a green that is protected by a large pond in front and trees on the left and in the back. Phil Wogan designed nine new holes, which were added in 1991. The Barrie Bruce Golf School is located on the premises; for additional information call (978) 670-5396.
|Holes: 18||Greens: Bent Grass||Fairways: Bluegrass|
|Dress Code:||No tank tops or cutoffs|
|Season:||Apr 1 to Nov 15|
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| 15 of 25 people found the following review helpful:
New design poor, operation run poorly..., Jan 22, 2004
|reviewer: Golf Pro
from Chelmsford, MA
|The scenery is nice and price is about average for a public course, but here's a few pet peaves: - The course was redesigned a few years back to try to squeeze a few more stokes onto par by making it a par 69 from the original 66. The results were in my estimation, terrible. They basically redesignated two long par 4's into short par fives, combined to par 3's into a par 4, and added a 50 yard new par 3. - The proshop is run extremely unprofessionally by retirees and kids under 16. I've also witnessed the "owner" hanging around and acting like a yahoo. Let's put it this way, not your typically golf links proprietor! - The greens are colored during the summer with some bluish dye that gets all over your clothes, clubs, and ball. I suspect it covers up the burned out yellow spots on the greens. - Finally, I've never seen greens like the ones at this place. They are kept long and are, by far, the slowest I've ever encountered. I've literally seen playing partners skull a wedge from 60 yards and it doesn't even roll off the green. Weird.|