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Golf at TPC Boston

An Award-Winning Gil Hanse Layout

TPC Boston Golf Course Overview

Originally designed by Arnold Palmer and considered an unmatched Boston golf club, TPC Boston’s award-winning golf course was re-designed in 2007 by celebrated golf course architect Gil Hanse, with PGA TOUR player Brad Faxon serving as a consultant. The result is a compelling par-72, 7,241-yard golf course named byGolf Digest the “Best Private Remodel of 2007.”

Lush fairways, Bentgrass greens and 58 bunkers create a superb test of golf in Norton’s Great Woods. While challenging enough for the best players in the world during the Dell Technologies Championship and FedExCup playoffs, five sets of tees on each hole make the golf course enjoyable for the everyday club member and golfers of all skill levels.

TPC Boston’s 18th green was renovated in 2011 and the new design was unveiled in 2012. The par 5 now has a smaller, elevated green that is protected by a greenside pot bunker. It has proven to be a more challenging finishing hole for PGA TOUR pros in the Deutsche Bank Championship.

As part of the TPC Network and home to professional golf in Boston, you can be sure that playing conditions at TPC Boston are maintained to PGA TOUR-quality standards year-round.

Complementing the golf course is a recently renovated practice facility where members and their guests can hone their skills. The facility features a 70,000 square-foot practice tee, two putting greens, pitching and chipping areas and practice bunkers.

TPC Boston offers members and guests caddies to help make your round enjoyable and guide you around this championship golf course.