The Massachusetts Golf Museum 300 Arnold Palmer Blvd, Norton, MA02766 The Massachusetts Golf Museum covers more than 100 years of golfing history. The state of Massachusetts played an…More important role in the development of the game of golf from a little-known hobby to a national sport. The museum pays tribute to the people and moments that created the state's rich golf heritage. It features interactive kiosks, multimedia quizzes, a replica of the Francis Ouimet Library, Hall of Trophies and a video tribute to the game of golf in Massachusetts. Admission is free.
Golf Learning Center of New England 19 Leonard St, Norton, MA02766 Golf Learning Center of New England offers golf enthusiasts an opportunity to hone their skills. The gold…More course features a nine-hole pitch-and-putt course, a chipping green, heated stations, a sand bunker and 600 feet of grass tees. It is open to the public and also offers memberships that include unlimited range balls, use of a private entrance and a grass bunker. The lights stay on until 10pm during summer hours. Lessons are also provided by PGA professional Dave Costello. Gift certificates are available.
Norton Country Club 188 Oak St, Norton, MA02766 The Norton Country Club is a semi-private club, which means it offers memberships and is also open to the public. The…More club offers an 18-hole golf course, a pro shop, an in-ground pool, and a restaurant. Golf cart rentals are also available. Some of the perks included in a private membership are earlier tee times and locker room storage. There is no initiation fee. The club has a ballroom customers and members can use to host events, such as wedding receptions and holiday parties. The ballroom can accommodate 175 guests.
Tournament Players Club of Boston 405 Arnold Palmer Blvd, Norton, MA02766 The Tournament Players Club of Boston is an exclusive club located in the Great Woods of Norton. Corporate, private and…More dining memberships are offered. The location is also home to a beautiful par-72, 7,241-yard golf course designed by Gil Hanse. The championship course is part of the PGA tour network and serves as the venue for the Deutsche Bank Championship.