The Course

ENJOYABLE. CHALLENGING. WORLD CLASS.

Over 7,500 yards long, this championship course is an imaginative blend of lush fairways, greens, and natural waterways. This world-class course will challenge, but not discourage average players, while giving low-handicap or scratch golfers the chance to test their distance and accuracy in hitting from intimidating back tees to tight landing areas. The Golf Club of New England is always a pleasure to play.

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The Golf Club of New England
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The Golf Club of New England Hole 1
Hole 1
Playing this 469 from the back tee, the first hole is a challenging start to this championship course. It will require a positioned tee shot on this slight dog legged left opening hole. The kidney shaped green is protected by a strategically placed bunker requires a skilled approach shot.
Champ
77.0/149
Green
74.2/140
Blue
71.9/137
White
69.0/136
Gold
63.9/118
Par Stroke
 
469 429 400 355 272 4 15
The Golf Club of New England Hole 1
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The Golf Club of New England Hole 2
Hole 2
A lay-up tee shot is needed to position you for the approach shot. A small elevated green offers an approach area on the left and falls off to the bunkers and trees on the right.
Champ
77.0/149
Green
74.2/140
Blue
71.9/137
White
69.0/136
Gold
63.9/118
Par Stroke
 
386 362 337 285 197 4 13
The Golf Club of New England Hole 2
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The Golf Club of New England Hole 3
Hole 3
The first par 5 on the front, at 549 yards this tester will require three well positioned shots to find your way to this green which is tucked into the tree line on the left hand side of the fairway. Your tee shot must stay right of the deep bunker on the left side of the fairway. Long hitters can go for it in two. Others should lay-up to the right side for the best angle to the green. Note the pin position on this two tiered green when setting up your approach.
Champ
77.0/149
Green
74.2/140
Blue
71.9/137
White
69.0/136
Gold
63.9/118
Par Stroke
 
549 513 491 461 404 5 11
The Golf Club of New England Hole 3
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The Golf Club of New England Hole 4
Hole 4
This superb par 4 demands two excellent shots. Hit a strong tee shot to the right side of the fairway, utilizing the right to left slope. Use a long iron or fairway wood on the second shot to reach this slightly elevated green. Par is a good score here.
Champ
77.0/149
Green
74.2/140
Blue
71.9/137
White
69.0/136
Gold
63.9/118
Par Stroke
 
480 427 393 355 295 4 2
The Golf Club of New England Hole 4
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The Golf Club of New England Hole 5
Hole 5
This is the 600 yard signature hole of GCNE. The longest hole on the course will not only put a premium on distance but will also require accuracy to a fairway pinched by bunkers and water. A risk / reward second shot for long hitters, and a true three shot par 5 for the average player. A well-guarded shallow green will require proper distance control.
Champ
77.0/149
Green
74.2/140
Blue
71.9/137
White
69.0/136
Gold
63.9/118
Par Stroke
 
600 572 546 517 423 5 1
The Golf Club of New England Hole 5
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The Golf Club of New England Hole 6
Hole 6
The intimidating tee shot will have to carry the water hazard that runs from tee to green. There is bail out left on this hole. A green sloping from back right to front left will make pin placement something to watch for off the tee.
Champ
77.0/149
Green
74.2/140
Blue
71.9/137
White
69.0/136
Gold
63.9/118
Par Stroke
 
209 176 167 156 131 3 17
The Golf Club of New England Hole 6
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The Golf Club of New England Hole 7
Hole 7
A drive to the left side of the fairway will avoid the right side bunker. A mid iron approach remains to this green. An extra club would be advised to get back to the rear pin placement.
Champ
77.0/149
Green
74.2/140
Blue
71.9/137
White
69.0/136
Gold
63.9/118
Par Stroke
 
447 412 384 334 262 4 9
The Golf Club of New England Hole 7
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The Golf Club of New England Hole 8
Hole 8
This hole defines "all carry." Club selection is the key here. A par 3 with marsh short of the green, long is a good play to insure disaster does not strike.
Champ
77.0/149
Green
74.2/140
Blue
71.9/137
White
69.0/136
Gold
63.9/118
Par Stroke
 
250 214 202 176 120 3 7
The Golf Club of New England Hole 8
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The Golf Club of New England Hole 9
Hole 9
On this downhill dog-legged right, the tee shot should favor the left center of the fairway to open up the green on your approach shot. Club selection to this green may vary significantly as a result of the prevailing winds and the depth of the green.
Champ
77.0/149
Green
74.2/140
Blue
71.9/137
White
69.0/136
Gold
63.9/118
Par Stroke
 
457 398 380 296 217 4 5
The Golf Club of New England Hole 9
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The Golf Club of New England Hole 10
Hole 10
The start of the inward nine demands a well-placed tee shot down the left center of the fairway. Playing up hill, your lay-up will have to find its way to the fairway between fairway bunkers guarding both the left and right sides. A narrow green will demand a player to play the green side to avoid the collection areas near the greens edge.
Champ
77.0/149
Green
74.2/140
Blue
71.9/137
White
69.0/136
Gold
63.9/118
Par Stroke
 
574 523 480 439 374 5 14
The Golf Club of New England Hole 10
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The Golf Club of New England Hole 11
Hole 11
A downhill tee shot to a generous landing area short of a marsh brook sets up your approach to this small sloped green. Playing only 377 yards, the 11th hole will be a player's first hole of the back nine to be aggressive.
Champ
77.0/149
Green
74.2/140
Blue
71.9/137
White
69.0/136
Gold
63.9/118
Par Stroke
 
377 350 332 274 239 4 16
The Golf Club of New England Hole 11
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The Golf Club of New England Hole 12
Hole 12
Play your tee shot down any portion of the left side of the fairway and this sloped fairway will kick your ball back to the center. With a bunker guarding the right hand side of this shallow green, distance control will be a must to keep the ball near the pin.
Champ
77.0/149
Green
74.2/140
Blue
71.9/137
White
69.0/136
Gold
63.9/118
Par Stroke
 
437 428 413 402 322 4 2
The Golf Club of New England Hole 12
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The Golf Club of New England Hole 13
Hole 13
Don't let the 394 yard fool you into relaxing on this tee. A curved fairway and bunkers make placement—not distance—your concern. A downhill second shot to a green framed on the left by the Winnicutt River, your approach will need to get at the tough back left pin placement.
Champ
77.0/149
Green
74.2/140
Blue
71.9/137
White
69.0/136
Gold
63.9/118
Par Stroke
 
394 385 376 318 270 4 8
The Golf Club of New England Hole 13
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The Golf Club of New England Hole 14
Hole 14
Tree lined down the left side and bunkered on the right, playing to the center of the green is well advised. A strong par 3 at 177 yards, the 14th will have you leaving the green happy with a par.
Champ
77.0/149
Green
74.2/140
Blue
71.9/137
White
69.0/136
Gold
63.9/118
Par Stroke
 
177 168 146 124 104 3 18
The Golf Club of New England Hole 14
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The Golf Club of New England Hole 15
Hole 15
Playing back towards Beech Hill to a right to left sloped fairway, a tee shot in the fairway will filter to the left side setting up a good position for your lay-up shot. The 15th green is guarded on both sides by water, causing a player to "thread the needle" to get the ball close to the pin.
Champ
77.0/149
Green
74.2/140
Blue
71.9/137
White
69.0/136
Gold
63.9/118
Par Stroke
 
582 554 517 499 460 5 6
The Golf Club of New England Hole 15
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The Golf Club of New England Hole 16
Hole 16
Taking your eyes off the view across the pond to the clubhouse will not be easy. Once you do, you will see the Winnicutt River in front and down the left side of the hole. A tee shot placed on the right side of the fairway will leave a good angle into this green. Small but angled, this green will hold a well-struck approach.
Champ
77.0/149
Green
74.2/140
Blue
71.9/137
White
69.0/136
Gold
63.9/118
Par Stroke
 
472 418 380 334 303 4 12
The Golf Club of New England Hole 16
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The Golf Club of New England Hole 17
Hole 17
The signature par 3 at the GCNE has a pond in front and extensive sand bunkers behind. Accuracy will pay dividends as players approach this kidney shaped putting surface. A bail out area to the right is the only area to save an errant shot.
Champ
77.0/149
Green
74.1/140
Blue
71.9/137
White
69.0/136
Gold
63.9/118
Par Stroke
 
195 168 159 148 135 3 10
The Golf Club of New England Hole 17
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The Golf Club of New England Hole 18
Hole 18
Elevated trees allow a player to see this picturesque 18th hole. Matching bunkers frame the tee shot. Protected wetlands, pond on the right hand side along with bunkers surrounding this deep green present a second shot with a long iron or fairway wood. With the clubhouse in the background, finishing off your round to this tiered green will demand all your attention.
Champ
77.0/149
Green
74.2/140
Blue
71.9/137
White
69.0/136
Gold
63.9/118
Par Stroke
 
476 441 411 401 370 4 4
The Golf Club of New England Hole 18