|Address:||212 Prentice St, Holliston, MA 01746, USA|
|Working:||6:30AM–8PM 6:30AM–8PM 6:30AM–8PM 6:30AM–8PM 6:30AM–8PM 6:30AM–8PM 6:30AM–8PM|
Played here in April of 16 on a Saturday afternoon. $34+$16 for a cart. Not exactly a deal. I know there are few public courses in MA, and so finding a course that gives you a great experience for you buck is a challenge. This isnt one of those courses. My first impression was of a woman trying to teach her 12 year old son how to ring up credit card sales. Sorry, but underage workers, family or not, should not be handling customer payments. The layout of this course is a real mess. There are only blue and red tees, and the difference between them can be staggering. One par 3 was a difference of 80 yards. The layout of the holes can be either wide open stretches or a roller coaster of hills and trees with marshlands running throughout. Some of the holes seemed to be laid out to be intentionally difficult for no other reason than that they ran out of land. Most par 4s were short, but par 3s average 190 and as high as 210. The hole layouts sometimes backtrack in strange ways. Holes 2-8 are on one side of busy road, and you have to walk back in front of the busy tee box at 2 to get to 9 on the other side of 1. Hole 10 is a par 3 that backtracks on itself, which means most folks just walk the hole and then walk back to their carts at 11. The greens are very small and heavily sloped, and on that day were hard as a rock and very fast which meant even short chips were rolling off. Soggy torn up fairways due to marsh and fallen trees that were just left to be a danger zone made you feel like the crew was asleep this spring. The whole experience is just so uneven that I could not enjoy it. On top of that, we got stuck behind a "tournament" consisting of frat guys drinking heavily and blasting music from their carts. They would take 20 minutes a hole and refused to play ready golf. The ranger was out there but didnt seem interested in getting them to play any faster even after several people behind us complained. One guy behind us gave up and went home after hole 12. This is clearly a family run business that needs to step up their game if they want to improve their appeal. Theyll probably keep busy due to the locals, but its not a course Id ever visit again willingly.
Nice public course with decent rates. The new management that took over in 2014 were the best thing to happen to Pinecrest. Place looks better than ever. Greens are a little slow but they are in good shape. Short corse. Only 4906 yards. Par 66.
Pleasant staff big upgrade from the last people who managed this course greens are fast and friendly golfers. Nobody is to serious
if their golf course was as good as their turkey club sandwich this place would be one of the nicest courses in the state!
Good price for the course. Could be maintained slightly better but good value for the price
Staff is great. They have made a lot of improvements to the course in the last 3 years.
The course is great. Short, but challenging. However, it always feels a bit mismanaged...
Decent Muni course for the money. Gets a little crowded at times.
Decent public course, but its a mudpit on some of the fairways.
Nice course for the price. Driving range is garbage though
Small venue with friendly staff and beautiful scenery.
My favorite local golf course
Cheap and pretty good greens.