An Award-Winning Golf Experience

Whitinsville Golf Club is a 9-hole layout that plays to a maximum 18-hole distance of 6,427 yards for a par 70 course rating of 71.1 and a slope rating of 139.

Whitinsville has garnered many honors throughout the years and continues to impress. It was recently chosen as the number two nine-hole course in the country by Golf Digest.

The ninth hole has been recognized as one of the top 100 holes in the country by Golf Magazine. Ryder Cup captain, Ben Crenshaw, referred to Whitinsville Golf Club as a “hidden Ross gem”, while selecting the closing hole as one of the best 18 designed by the renowned architect.

Whitinsville Golf Club is a 9-hole layout that plays to a maximum 18-hole distance of 6,427 yards for a par 70 course rating of 71.2 and a slope rating of 139. Various sets of tees are present to suit players of all abilities.

The course, changed little from its original design, has gained a reputation over the years into what is today considered one of the top courses in the country. You will quickly notice that it retains many of the hallmark traits of vintage Donald Ross architecture, from the smallish, mounded greens with treacherous sloping, unobstructed run-up areas to the front of most greens, strategically placed fairway bunkering and challenging par 3’s. Ross expertly used the topography of the property to create 9 inspired holes that will challenge the advanced player while still allowing for a fun and enjoyable round for the novice. The variety of the design and masterful routing means you will very likely use every club in your bag during the round.

Course Rating & Tour

Whitinsville Golf Club is a 9-hole layout that plays to a maximum 18-hole distance of 6,427 yards for a par 70 course rating of 71.1 and a slope rating of 139. Many sets of tees are present to suit players of all abilities.

Hours of Operation

Open Daily: 7am – Dusk

WHITINSVILLE GOLF CLUB
AWARD WINNING GOLF EXPERIENCE Whitinsville Golf Club is a 9-hole layout that plays to a maximum 18-hole distance of 6,427 yards for a par 70 course rating of 71.1 and a slope rating of 139. comfortable though, as your approach to this severely undulated volcano-style green will need to be very accurate to leave yourself with a chance for birdie. Once on the green, your nerves will be tested right out of the gate.

Welcome to Whitinsville!
HOLE 1 - Par 5, 578 yards
VIEW FROM TEE BOX The only par-5 on the course features a wide-open landing area for your tee-shot, customary to Donald Ross’ belief that the opening hole should enable the player to get a feel for his swing without undue stress.
Donald Ross’ belief that the opening hole should enable the player to get a feel for his swing without undue stress. HOLE 1 - Par 5, 578 yards
VIEW FROM FAIRWAY
HOLE 1 - Par 5, 578 yards
APPROACH VIEW The only par-5 on the course features a wide-open landing area for your tee-shot, customary to Donald Ross’ belief that the opening hole should enable the player to get a feel for his swing without undue stress. HOLE 1 - Par 5, 578 yards
GREENSIDE VIEW Once on the green, your nerves will be tested right out of the gate. HOLE 3 - Par 4, 385 yards
HOLE 2 - Par 3, 155 yards
VIEW FROM TEE BOX This well-bunkered pushup green requires a precise shot to have a good chance at birdie. Be mindful of the wind as anything off-line will require a tough up-and-down.
HOLE 3 - Par 4, 385 yards
VIEW FROM TEE BOX Out-of-bounds and a strategically placed tee box begs you to bail out to the left, but a well-placed drive up the right side of the fairway will give you the best angle in. Do not be long on this uphill approach to a two-tiered green known for scurrying downhill putts off the front of this slippery putting surface.
VIEW FROM FAIRWAY Out-of-bounds and a strategically placed tee box begs you to bail out to the left, but a well-placed drive up the right side of the fairway will give you the best angle in. Do not be long on this uphill approach to a two-tiered green known for scurrying downhill putts off the front of this slippery putting surface. HOLE 3 - Par 4, 385 yards
VIEW FROM BEHIND GREEN HOLE 3 - Par 4, 385 yards
Do not be long on this uphill approach to a two-tiered green known for scurrying downhill putts off the front of this slippery putting surface.
HOLE 4 - Par 4, 373 yards
VIEW FROM TEE BOX Pick your line and watch your drive soar from the highest point on the property. Longer hitters can challenge the chocolate-drops on the left side for a short-iron in.
VIEW FROM FAIRWAY Pick your line and watch your drive soar from the highest point on the property. Longer hitters can challenge the chocolate-drops on the left side for a short-iron in. HOLE 4 - Par 4, 373 yards
GREENSIDE VIEW Pick your line and watch your drive soar from the highest point on the property. Longer hitters can challenge the chocolate-drops on the left side for a short-iron in. HOLE 4 - Par 4, 373 yards
HOLE 5 - Par 4, 438 yards
VIEW FROM TEE BOX Don’t let the cross bunkers trick you into pulling your drive left on this blind tee shot. Distance control will be important on your approach to the largest green on the course. Make sure to ring the bell to let the group behind know it’s all clear to hit!
VIEW FROM HILL BEFORE FAIRWAY HOLE 5 - Par 4, 438 yards
Pick your line and watch your drive soar from the highest point on the property. Longer hitters can challenge the chocolate-drops on the left side for a short-iron in.
VIEW FROM FAIRWAY HOLE 5 - Par 4, 438 yards
Pick your line and watch your drive soar from the highest point on the property. Longer hitters can challenge the chocolate-drops on the left side for a short-iron in.
GREENSIDE VIEW HOLE 5 - Par 4, 438 yards
View from the backside of 5 if you go long.
HOLE 6 - Par 4, 405 yards
VIEW FROM TEE BOX A drive down the right side provides the shortest way home, but carefully placed mounds along the edge of the fairway introduces some risk to that line. The approach shot plays over a hidden burn to a well bunkered green set on a flat.
GREENSIDE BUNKER VIEW HOLE 6 - Par 4, 405 yards
Pick your line and watch your drive soar from the highest point on the property. Longer hitters can challenge the chocolate-drops on the left side for a short-iron in.
HOLE 7 - Par 3, 183 yards
VIEW FROM TEE BOX A strong mid-to-long iron You’ll want to club-up as players who are short will watch as their ball rolls 25 yards back down the slope, leaving a difficult blind recovery shot. Par is a good score here.
BOTTOM OF HILL APPROACH HOLE 7 - Par 3, 183 yards
A strong mid-to-long iron You’ll want to club-up as players who are short will watch as their ball rolls 25 yards back down the slope, leaving a difficult blind recovery shot. Par is a good score here.
GREENSIDE VIEW HOLE 7 - Par 3, 183 yards
A drive down the right side provides the shortest way home, but carefully placed mounds along the edge of the fairway introduces some risk to that line. The approach shot plays over a hidden burn to a well bunkered green set on a flat.
HOLE 8 - Par 4, 340 yards
VIEW FROM TEE BOX Be as aggressive as you want on this short dogleg left which will test your accuracy off the tee. Don’t be fooled by the look of this green from the fairway; it can be very difficult to hold, and recovery shots will be tricky. For those who play it right, a late-round birdie can be had.
VIEW FROM FAIRWAY HOLE 8 - Par 4, 340 yards
Be as aggressive as you want on this short dogleg left which will test your accuracy off the tee. Don’t be fooled by the look of this green from the fairway; it can be very difficult to hold, and recovery shots will be tricky. For those who play it right, a late-round birdie can be had.
GREENSIDE VIEW HOLE 8 - Par 4, 340 yards
Be as aggressive as you want on this short dogleg left which will test your accuracy off the tee. Don’t be fooled by the look of this green from the fairway; it can be very difficult to hold, and recovery shots will be tricky. For those who play it right, a late-round birdie can be had.
HOLE 9 - Par 4, 446 yards
VIEW FROM TEE BOX The ninth hole has been recognized as one of the top 100 holes in the country by Golf Magazine. The #1 handicap hole on the course features a forced carry over water to a tumbling plateau fairway. Shorter hitters will elect to bail out left, while longer hitters are dared to bite off as much as they can for a closer look at the pin. Approach shots must be precise, with bunkers guarding both sides of the green, and a false front that sends short shots rolling 40 yards back down the steep slope. Ryder Cup captain, Ben Crenshaw, referred to Whitinsville Golf Club as a “hidden Ross gem”, while selecting the closing hole as one of the best 18 designed by the renowned architect.
VIEW FROM FAIRWAY The only par-5 on the course features a wide-open landing area for your tee-shot, customary to Donald Ross’ belief that the opening hole should enable the player to get a feel for his swing without undue stress. Don’t get too comfortable though, as your approach to this severely undulated volcano-style green will need to be very accurate to leave yourself with a chance for birdie. Once on the green, your nerves will be tested right out of the gate.

Welcome to Whitinsville!
HOLE 9 - Par 4, 446 yards
GREENSIDE VIEW The only par-5 on the course features a wide-open landing area for your tee-shot, customary to Donald Ross’ belief that the opening hole should enable the player to get a feel for his swing without undue stress. Don’t get too comfortable though, as your approach to this severely undulated volcano-style green will need to be very accurate to leave yourself with a chance for birdie. Once on the green, your nerves will be tested right out of the gate.

Welcome to Whitinsville!
HOLE 9 - Par 4, 446 yards

Yardage & Slope Stats

Black/White

5988yds

69.1 Rating

132 Slope

White/BLACK

5988yds

69.1 Rating

139 Slope

WHITE/Blue

6427yds

71.2 Rating

139 Slope

Red/YELLOW

5170yds

70.2 Rating

121 Slope

179 Fletcher St., Whitinsville, MA 01588
508-234-6210
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