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The Golfer’s Guide To Boston

The Golfer’s Guide To Boston

Boston has all the facilities you could possibly want for a great round of golf. From putting studios to rolling green golf courses, plenty of options are available for practice and some real fun. Whether you play it alone, with a group or participate in special events, you won’t be disappointed. Click through for some of our favorite places to practice your putt.

True Spec Golf

With two spacious indoor fitting bays, a world-class putting studio and the ability to utilize Foresight GCQuad, the industry’s first quadroscopic launch monitor, True Spec Golf has what it takes to enhance golfer’s skills in their games. Many find their experience there to be excellent, and whatever the weather’s like outside, at True Spec Boston, players feel that there are fewer distractions. They have more ability to focus and practice to live up to their potential. Of course, there are many types of equipment to utilize and enjoy. True Spec also welcomes corporate events and parties at their facilities.

TPC Boston

TPC Boston was named “Top 10 Best New Private Clubs in the U.S.” by Golf Digest Magazine when it debuted in 2002. In 2007, the golf course was redesigned. As a result, there is a par-72, 7,241-yard impressive golf course. Five sets of tees on each hole make the golf course enjoyable to members and players, from beginners to advanced golfers. Visitors find this place delightful as it is closed to many tourist attractions.

Granite Links

Granite Links is considered one of a kind golfing experience, whatever one’s skill level may be. Though it is a private membership golf course, it is also open to the public. Along with 27 championship holes on an impeccably manicured ground, there are several restaurants and event options, including weddings, corporate functions and private gatherings at its location. Amenities such as golf shops, practice range and instructional services to help improve players’ games. Private membership provides priority tee times and access to members-only facilities and more.

George Wright Golf Course

George Wright Golf Course is a public golf course situated in a charming residential area in the city of Boston. It is named after George Wright, a Hall of Fame baseball player with the Boston Red Stockings in the 1800s and his later stage of life, he continued to promote the growth of golf in Boston. The golf course was opened in 1938. It offers 18 holes, par-70 and 6,440-yard. Membership and Permit holder receives special privileges such as no green fee payment required and the golf course’s advanced tee time preference.


As a driving range, McGolf believes in providing a family atmosphere as well as a state-of-the-art practice facility to all levels of golfers. Whether it’s the driving range, short game, miniature golf, golf instruction, swing lab and Cafe and Creamery, players and family will have an enjoyable time. Voted GRAA 2016 and 2018 Top 50 Stand-alone range, MvGolf has a lot to offer and will continue to help golfers to strive for their best.