Bay State Courses with Claims to Fame

Pictured: Hyannisport Club

Hyannisport Club

At the Hyannisport Club on Cape Cod (pictured above), you can walk in the footsteps of President John F. Kennedy, who was a regular visitor during his lifetime. Opened in 1897, this Donald Ross course features small greens, windswept fairways and spectacular views of Nantucket Sound. It plays less than 6,300 yards, but the lightning-quick and severely sloped greens will provide the ultimate test to your short game.

TPC Boston

TPC Boston in Norton is one of the state’s most recognizable courses, thanks to the PGA Tour’s annual stop as part of the FedEx Cup playoffs. Originally designed by Arnold Palmer, the course was redesigned in 2007 by Gil Hanse, with help from Brad Faxon. The result is a compelling par-72 layout of 7,241 yards that features pristine fairways, lightning-quick greens and nearly 60 bunkers.

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