Forest Park Country Club, is a Public, 9 hole golf course located at the base of Mt. Greylock in in Adams, Massachusetts.
Viewed by many as the father of American golf, Forest Park Country Club is an Alexander Findlay design and his unique approach to course architecture can be seen throughout. Forest Park Country Club, founded in the year 1900, is one of the oldest clubs in the United States.
The course plays to a 9-hole par of 34 and a maximum 9-hole distance of 2,628 yards. The course has no par-5 holes.
#1, a short par 4, slight dogleg right, out of bounds on the right hand side. Two bunkers protect the approach to the green.
#2, a straight par 4, with a public road that crosses the hole approximately 140 yards from the green. The fairway is sloped significantly from the right to left.
#3, a downhill par 3.
#4, a par 4 dogleg right with an elevated green.
#5, an uphill par 3.
#6, a straight in your face par 4.
#7, is an uphill par 4. The approach shot is to a green which drops off steeply on the left hand side.
#8, a downhill par 4, and the longest hole on the course.
#9, a short uphill par 4. The green is protected by a bunker.
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