|Address:||190 Park Rd, Weston, MA 02493, USA|
|Working:||9AM–4:30PM 6AM–4:30PM 6AM–10PM 6AM–10PM 6AM–10PM 6AM–10PM 6AM–4:30PM|
Firstly, I have to say Ive played on dozens of courses all over the world and this memory Ill never forget...unfortunately it isnt a good one. This is absolutely, without question, THE most abysmal course Ive ever played in my life. The fairways were covered in crab grass, weeds, indecipherable from the rough, and played like you were hitting from a hazard - the entire round. The greens were an absolute joke. They were covered in dead spots (raw dirt), sand (could have been green bunkers if I didnt know better), crab grass, weeds, and rolled more poorly than a fairway. Furthermore, there were several holes which didnt even have greens. The holes were literally cut into the ends of the "fairway" rendering putting nearly impossible. I felt like I was robbed of my money and played in a farmers backyard. The only thing missing were pigs and cows. I wish I could rate this golf course a zero to warn away other potential victims. I think I would have gotten more enjoyment from burning my money.
I play in a Thursday night 9 hole league here. The conditions are subpar, with initially the 7th green and 8th tee box being redone, I was shocked at my $30 per session price tag back in May. The conditions have become progressively better over time and the 7th green is now completely finished and the nicest green on the first 9. The 8th tee box is still completely dug up and Im not sure if it will be done this season which can be expected with a state run course, as Im sure there is not much money to actually be put into the enhancements. We typically walk the course and Im happy to get the exercise and the terrain is not overwhelmingly challenging to hurt my knees. I would like to see the updates be made but Im not sure if I will participate in the league next year.
Leo J Martin... Its unfortunate to see a town as affluent as Weston ignore this reinvestment project. Understandably, most golfing residents are members of private clubs in the area. The lost comes with the next generation of golfers. This course has a lot of potential. The layout of is beautiful. The maintenance is lacking. Many of the holes just need to TLC. I would suggest going as far as closing the course down for two months once the range has reopened. Reseed all of the greens. Recut the bunkers, redefine the rough, rebuild the tee boxes. Focus on the front nine. Make it a goal to create the best nine holes in public golf in Boston. Weston... You can do it, and the golfer will come.
Copied and pasted from Leo Js website... New Driving Range Hours: Sunday- 6AM - Sunset Monday- 9AM - Sunset Tuesday- 6AM- Sunset Wednesday- 6AM - 10PM Thursday- 6AM - 10PM Friday- 6AM - 10PM Saturday- 6AM - 10PM Showed up at 7:40PM on Wednesday and the garage is closed. Just ridiculous. Other than that, the course is in terrible shape, but to be expected for the price. Even when the range is open, the ball dispenser has double charged my card and too many balls fly out of the machine. Never coming here again after tonight- youre 2 hours off of your listed closing time? Just go over to Stone Meadow in Lexington if you want to hit balls.
Update: Your driving range hours are garbage. Whoever is in charge leaves early everytime Ive shown up. Wasting money on tolls for this place is over. Greens look like they were trying to be taken care of, but not so much for the rest of the course. Nothing like hitting the middle of the fairway and wishing you hit into the rough because its in better condition. Also kind of annoying that none of the holes were numbered or had yardage markers. Putting green and driving range are great, but thats about it.
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An inexpensive 18 holes, decent course design, wide fairways, Ive played two good rounds there. Two issues, lots of kids/beginners and also poor to very poor conditions. By mid summer the tee boxes are typically shot and most fairways are badly burned. I played with and/or behind kids both times and both times the kids dropped off after the first nine and we cruised through the back. All in all good for beginners or if you are looking for an inexpensive round and arent a snob about conditions.
Its nice that theyre trying to make it a better course but why do they have posts with rope in front of so many greens! I hit two and had to take two drops in front of the green! Why not have a couple of small green signs directing carts to the cart path like every other course?
Decent price for those who cant afford a Bentley and country club membership. Fairways were a tad long but for casual players not a deal breaker. Greens are in decent to good condition. Staff is very friendly. Definitely will play here again.
This is typical municipal golf. Some greens had bald spots, bumpy 18th green. Slow speeds. Several tees were just dirt. Some very long distance between tee boxes, 15 to 16 especially. Flat to walk, but I suggest getting a cart.
Course conditions are horrible for golf. Feel like theyve given up trying to even get any type of grass here. Some tee boxes are just sand and fairways cant even be called fairways anymore.
Good little 18 hole coarse but grounds need a lot of work greens are ok but fairways are terrible
Not the greatest condition course, but cheap and the staff were incredibly friendly.
they dont rent golf club. so you must prepare for your own club!!
I enjoyed breaking my clubs from hitting off the rocks.
Very nice day of golf