Golf

The City of Boston through the Boston Parks and Recreation Department boasts two magnificent golf courses for the enjoyment of city residents and non-residents alike: George Wright Golf Course and William J. Devine Golf Course.

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    City Golf Courses

    A new website provides information on rates, season permits, upcoming tournaments, and online specials at the City's two courses. It will also give visitors the opportunity to sign up for an email list that will provide updates and information from the pros and superintendents.

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George Wright Golf Course

Founded in 1938, this 18-hole Donald Ross designed golf course is a hidden gem in the Hyde Park neighborhood of Boston. The course is open seven days a week from April 1 through November 30. This par 70 layout measures 6,440 yards from the back tees and is a challenge to golfers of any level. Superintendent Len Curtin and his staff have taken it upon themselves to bring this storied course back to its original beauty and PGA Professional Scott Allen will answer any questions you may have.

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William J. Devine Golf Course at Franklin Park

As the second-oldest public golf course in America, The Park measures 5,961 yards from the blue tees and is open year-round weather permitting. Part of the the historic Emerald Necklace in Dorchester, the golf course offers a pleasant inner-city golfing experience only minutes from downtown Boston. Superintendent Russ Heller and his staff have delivered on their promise of making this a must-see for any golfer!

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Both golf courses are available for tournaments of any size and offer catering services on the premises. Contact the PGA Professionals for more information.


News

  • George Wright Golf Course Named “Best of Boston”

    The George Wright Golf Course, located at 420 West Street in Hyde Park, has been recognized as “Best Public Golf Course” by Boston Magazine in its 38th annual “Best of Boston” awards issue. The magazine says the course offers “a fun, fair test with lots of elevation changes, and there might not be finer back-to-back holes in the state than the 9th and 10th.”

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    City of Boston Golf Website

  • City Golf Courses

    A new website provides information on rates, season permits, upcoming tournaments, and online specials at the City's two courses. It will also give visitors the opportunity to sign up for an email list that will provide updates and information from the pros and superintendents.

    City of Boston Golf Website