Ould Newbury Golf Club, is a Semi-Private, 9 hole golf course located in Newbury, Massachusetts.
The club officially opens for play around the second week in April and closes around Thanksgiving. The public is permitted to play on weekdays, but must play with a member as a guest on weekends and holidays, limited to once per month.
Ould Newbury Golf Club was officially opened for play on Labor Day, September 4, 1916. A Scottish architect/golfer, Jim Lowe, under whose direction the course was laid out and built, was the first professional at Ould Newbury.
Men play the first nine holes from the white tee markers and the second 9 holes from the blue tee markers. Ladies hit from the red markers the first 9 holes and from the yellow markers on their second 9 holes.
Men's Rating: 71.8, Slope: 129, Par: 70, Yards: 6230
Senior Rating: 69.4, Slope: 120, Par: 70 Yards: 5886
Women's Rating: 71.3, Slope: 126, Par: 75 Yards: 5250
$31 (cart not included), played on Friday, October 2008 at 8am
Worth playing for the difficulty of the elevated greens on most holes.
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