The North Course
The par-72 championship North Course stretches to nearly 7,000 yards and winds through pine forest, ponds, and streams. This course presents eight ponds that come into play on seven of the holes.
The North course had hosted the 70th U.S. Amateur Public Links Championship and the PGA Open Qualifier for the Deutsche Bank PGA Championship in 2003, 2004, 2005 & 2006. This course is one of New England's most challenging courses.
Blue: 73.7 - Rating & 130 - Slope
White: 70.7 - Rating & 127 - Slope
Silver: 74.4 - Rating & 132 - Slope
The South Course
Many believe that the South Course is equal to the nationally recognized North Course. What is the reason? One, there are great shot values. Many of the holes require an accurate shot, but with the correct club to hit a specific target area. Two, there are big rewards for a well-hit shot, but there are big penalties for those who take a risk and fail.
Blue: 71.7 - Rating & 128 - Slope
White: 69.5 - Rating & 124 - Slope
Silver: 71.6 - Rating & 123 - Slope