An interesting layout featuring a variety of slopes, angles and hazards offers skilled golfers a challenging environment and helps golfers of all levels learn the intricacies of course management. (Curated content from midvillegolfclub.com)
Opened in 1939, the 9-hole golf course at the Goddard Memorial State Park features 3,021 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 36. The course rating is 40.0 and it has a slope rating of 90. (Curated content from riparks.ri.gov)
The Mulligan's Island 64 acre complex was designed, planned and built to provide fun and enjoyment for people of all ages. Whether you are a serious golfer, a baseball/softball player, or just out to have fun, Mulligan’s Island provides something for everyone. It's a spectacular place to host all of your group events, from birthday parties to corporate outing. (Curated content from www.mulligansisland.com)
Since undergoing new management in 2018, we have been dedicated to offering the public a superior 9 hole golfing experience at an affordable price. Guests will enjoy the open, yet challenging course playing off our plush bent grass fairways and swift rolling greens. (Curated content from egcountryclub.com)
West Warwick Country Club is a nine-hole semi-private golf course conveniently located in central Rhode Island.
A family-owned hidden gem of a course which boasts well-kept fairways and exceptional greens, WWCC is a member of the RIGA and has been home to several champion golfers over the years. (Curated content from www.wwccgolf.com)
When you play a round at Cranston Country Club, you’ll appreciate the meticulous attention we give to our course. Rich, green fairways framed by majestic oaks and maples will surprise the average golfer. (Curated content from www.cranstoncc.com)
Kings Crossing was originally designed by renowned golf architect, Geoffrey Cornish and opened in 1964. From the beginning of the round players will find an unexpectedly meandering and flowing landscape with holes that offer variety, aesthetic charm and flexibility. The course is uniquely laid out to allow players to enjoy a round of 4 holes…which we call the “shorty”, a solid 9 hole test or, with a truly flexible tee marker system, 18 holes that provide enough variety to challenge all abilities. (Curated content from kingscrossinggolfclub.com)