The golf maintenance staff would like to welcome you back for another great season. We are always striving to make Pinehills the best golf courses in the Northeast. There are a few things you, the golfer, can do to help us in that effort and benefit all of us at Pinehills.
-Always fix ball-marks. If you are not sure how to fix a ball-mark, ask someone in the pro shop or a golf maintenance employee. A ball-mark fixed incorrectly is just as bad as a ball-mark left unfixed. If fixed properly, there should not be any remaining blemish in the turf. Another great resource on fixing ball-marks is Youtube where you can find several great videos.
-Always replace divots. The maintenance staff fills divots with seed and soil, but if the golfer replaces them immediately, they have an increased chance of recovering.
-Always rake bunkers. This means footprints in, area you hit from, and footprints out. Also, take the time to make it smooth.
-When parking carts at greens and tees, please leave all 4 tires on the cart path. Many golfers have a tendency to pull 2 tires off the path. This destroys the grass at the edge of the path. We are currently sodding some of these spots as well as using stakes to control the wear.
-Please follow cart signs and stay away from roped off areas.
-Handicap flags are to allow players shorter walks to greens, tees and fairways. Please use caution. Golfers should never pull between a greenside bunker and a green or travel on a steep slope as this can be extremely dangerous.
I know many of you already follow these suggestions. Let’s all work together to make Pinehills the best it can be.
Thanks, Joe Felicetti CGCS
Pinehills Golf Club is open for the season!
We are committed to maintaining a safe and healthy environment for our customers and employees. We are constantly monitoring the coronavirus (COVID19) situation and adapting our practices according to Federal and State recommendations. We are following the Massachusetts Golf Safe Play Guidelines.
The clubhouse is open as of June 8th, face masks are required in the clubhouse. Single rider carts are available or people who reside in the same household can ride together.. Keep 6 feet apart at all times. The driving range is now open for our members and those people playing golf that day. Until the restrictions are lifted we are not offering daily passes to the range.
Outdoor dining is available with reservations required.
We would ask that any of our guests who are under monitoring or quarantine, who are not feeling well, or have any reason to think they may have been exposed to the coronavirus not visit the golf course. We will be happy to issue a raincheck or provide a refund outside of our normal cancellation policy.
We greatly appreciate your patronage during this situation and know that we will continue to monitor and take necessary steps to keep our customers and employees safe. The courses are in fabulous shape and we look forward to seeing you soon.
Pinehills Golf Club