Nationally Recognized Massachusetts Golf Courses
Published on: Mar 3, 2016
Transcripts - Nationally Recognized Massachusetts Golf Courses
A veteran of the real estate industry, Andrew
Rockett founded his private real estate firm in
2010, where he leads as a managing partner.
Away from work, Andrew Rockett enjoys
exploring his home state of Massachusetts by
boating and taking part in a game of golf.
No matter where a person travels in the state
of Massachusetts, a nationally recognized golf
course is always close by. Just south of Boston,
the Granite Links Golf Club, created by Rees
Jones and Nicklaus Design, is a 27-hole
championship course that features captivating
views of the Boston skyline and Harbor Islands.
The course made the lists of the Top Fifty Best 19th
Hole and the Top 100 Best Golf Courses in America.
No membership is required to access the greens and
enjoy the Nantucket-style clubhouse that overlooks
the 18th hole.
In the northwest area of the state is the Taconic Golf
Club in Williamstown. Its fairways are lined with trees
and offer picturesque scenery as the Berkshire
Mountains are the backdrop of the course. It is most
noted for its intelligent design that encourages the
perfect pace of play and a challenging and exciting
back nine. The Taconic Golf Club regularly appears
on Golf Magazine’s Top 100 Courses You Can Play list.