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Marion, Massachusetts
Little Harbor Country Club

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Located in Wareham, MA (5 miles from Marion)

Little Harbor was designed by Dick Bowler and built in 1963. It is a public 18 hole executive course where you will need all of your clubs. The holes range in distance from 100 yards to 291 yards with a total of 3038 yards.

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Bay Pointe Country Club

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Located in Onset, MA (6 miles from Marion)

Bay Pointe now possesses the unique collection of 19 holes and two distinct clubhouses ~ The Golf House and The Pavilion.

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Acushnet River Valley Golf

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Located in Acushnet, MA (6 miles from Marion)

Acushnet River Valley Golf course is an upscale facility with great layout and condition.

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Ballymeade Country Club

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Located in Falmouth, MA (9 miles from Marion)

Ballymeade is a semi-private country club that welcomes public play, every day, and is the venue of choice for custom outings and business meetings on Cape Cod.

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The Brookside Club

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Located in Bourne, MA (9 miles from Marion)

The Brookside Club is a public golf, dining, and event destination with a private club feeling

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New Bedford Art Museum

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Located in New Bedford, MA (9 miles from Marion)

Since 1996, the New Bedford Art Museum has been a fixture in downtown New Bedford, offering engaging exhibitions of artwork from around the corner and across the ocean.

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New Bedford Whaling Museum

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Located in New Bedford, MA (9 miles from Marion)

The Museum is the largest museum in America devoted to the history of the American whaling industry and its greatest port. Through exhibits, publications, and programs, the Museum brings to life the whaling era and the history of the local area.

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