A private member-owned country club, celebrating its 100th Anniversary in 2010. Its shining star is an 18-hole championship course designed by famed Scottish Architect Donald Ross.
Welcome to Plymouth Country Club established in 1910. Here you will find an 18 hole, par 69, championship golf course designed by the renowned Scottish architect Donald Ross in 1920, who returned again in 1929 to apply his finishing touches. The course sits on 200 rolling acres overlooking Cape Cod Bay and scenic Plymouth Harbor. Plymouth Country Club is a private, member owned club that has hosted several notable amateur and professional tournaments over the years.
Plymouth features a cozy lounge, member's formal dining room, conference room, spacious versatile function room and a large wrap around deck with wonderful vistas of the ocean, and Plymouth's Pine Hills from many of its famous holes. The entire course was sculptured using existing soil and extreme care was taken to preserve the wide variety of trees, native plants and terrain. The course has remained essentially the same over the past 80 years, with subtle changes.
The opening holes are challenging but Ross designed the first three to be comparatively simple and non-punishing. However, four through nine are among the most challenging in the area, and our back nine was designed for a tournament finish, giving the edge to the golfer making skillful approach shots.
Plymouth Country Club is a member of the USGA, MGA and Donald Ross Society.
The new clubhouse provides for intimate dining, a modern function facility overlooking some of the most attractive holes on this Ross masterpiece as well as Plymouth Bay, the Gurnet Lighthouse and the lower South Shore coastline. Plymouth Country Club an ideal venue for weddings, parties, corporate promotional events or charity golf outings.
For the PGA Professional please contact AJ Petrulak,
at 221 Warren Road, Plymouth, MA 02630, 508-746-7800.