Challenge and History at Presidents Golf Course

Built in 1895, and known then as Wollaston Country Club, Presidents Golf Course is listed as one of the ‘First 100 clubs in America’ by the United States Golf Association. In the early 70s, members of Wollaston CC moved their club to its current location in Milton.

George and Tom Fazio were hired by Norfolk County to redesign the one-time private golf course, to better accommodate public play. The course re-opened in 1977 as Presidents Golf Course.

Measuring a mere 5,750 yards from the tips, Presidents is one of the most deceiving courses in Greater Boston. From the fast, undulating greens that measure around nine on the stimp-meter to the hilly terrain which rarely deliver an even lie, this North Quincy track plays much tougher than its 114 slope suggests.

Presidents Golf Course is challenging despite its numbers. Credit:

A summer round at Presidents will offer every golfer a challenge and a bit of history all in one of the most affordable golf packages around.

After your round, relax with a drink in the lounge overlooking the course. Add the views of downtown Boston and you’ve got one terrific golf take. Presidents Golf Course is only minutes from downtown Boston.

Fast fact: Presidents Golf Course is the only county-owned (Norfolk County) golf course in the Baystate.

The Skinny

President Golf Course
357 W Squantum Street, Quincy, MA 02171
Vitals: 18 Holes | 5,600 Yards | Par 70

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