Granite Links Golf Club, Quincy
Categories: Golf Courses, Outdoor Activities
Named a “Top 100 Greatest Golf Course in the Country!” by Golf Digest and voted one of fifty “Best 19th Holes in America,” Granite Links is a private membership club that also provides tee times for public play and welcomes non-member dining in its Tavern Restaurant.Put Granite Links Golf Club into our Quincy trip itinerary builder and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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the view of Boston is beautiful. food service atmosphere very good. banquet halls and restaurant spacious. they have great sandwiches. plenty of parking good for events, get to get hers, family etc
I attended a corporate event that was held at the Granite Links Gold club. The event itself was great, Zebra Technologies and Scan Source did a great job and the facilities were outstanding. The cours... read more »
Beautiful grounds and excellent staff. I booked Granite Links for my wedding ceremony and cocktail hour in May, which was reasonably priced compared to other locations. The staff was wonderful, never ... read more »
Apparently the driving range closes at 1:30pm on Mondays although the hours are listed until 3pm. Just beware of showing up and not being allowed to play. Staff was knowledgeable of their closing times, as in 4 people walked passed us until we stopped one and said "hey how do we get golf balls" and he informed us they had closed a half hour ago. Great view!!
Course is very well maintained and pace is good with nice GPS equipped carts. Crossing 9 bar and grill has a very nice view - food and service is good. Pro shop has very reasonable prices and staff is great. Highly recommend for people who are in Boston - easy 20 minute drive. Can't beat it in the area.
Came here for a a close friends engagement this past weekend....the view is breathtaking and staff was very friendly!
Love the view, fantastic location. Drinks are good too.
Probably the best "public" golf course close to Boston. 27 hole layout, Milton and Granite are more technical and challenging and Quincy has more of an open layout. Has a good practice facility, which is included with greenfee. Great views of the city and a nice bar with live music in the summer. Greenfee is a little steep and non members apparently can only tee off starting late morning/early afternoon. Worth checking it out for first time or playing once or twice a year.
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