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100 Quarry Hills Dr
Quincy, MA  02169-6168
United States
P: (617) 689-1900
Granite Course

9 hole regulation length course

Public golf course

36 par | 3,340 yards

Bent grass

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Granite Golf Course

The 9-hole "Granite" course at the Granite Links Golf Club facility in Quincy, Massachusetts features 3,340 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 36. Designed by John S. Sanford, Jr., ASGCA, the Granite golf course opened in 2003. Greg Tayetto manages the course as the General Manager.


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Price $0 - $500
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Reviewed July 05, 2011

Dont know what the guy who gave this course a 2 star rating was smoking, but he has his head up his butt. This is an amazing course (Granite/Quincy). Great views of the city, awesome design of the course. Course is very different then other courses in the northeast. If this is your first time playing the course, it might be wise to find a caddy to help you out. The GPS on the carts is a big help, but there are a couple blind tee shots that might require assistance in where to aim. Definitely a course worth playing.

Reviewed June 20, 2011

Slow!!!!! Play!!!!! Service? NONE. Rangers are useless. GPS in carts is worthless. There's a party by the ninth green which is very distracting. Seems like golf is secondary to just making money off food and drinks, which are expensive. Find another course.

Reviewed August 20, 2010

great to play once. very snobbish. big money. play in off season and save some of it. the course (Quincy-milton) was great. greens needed cutting but everything else was great. the long grass wasnt too long early in the season either so it made finding you ball easier. after it grows in, good luck. play it once just to get it out of your system.

Reviewed November 28, 2009

I totally agree with Hackertwo's review. Certainly one of the finest public courses in MA but the help is VERY snobbish. I too found the starter to be a really nice guy.

Reviewed September 04, 2009

Played the Milton and Quincy Courses. Beautifully maintained. Wide open links style. Quincy Course is Extremely hilly. Very challenging courses, greens are fast, the rough is tuff. Not for the novice this place. Pay the money and play it.

Reviewed June 18, 2009

This is an awesome golf course with lots of ammenities..Great Scenery..Price is just a little out of range. Each holes have its own challenges with bunkers placed in its right places...Greens are fast... This place is worth the money...if i had any.

Reviewed November 09, 2008

This is a difficult course.. The carts are equipped with GPS, but with CPO in place, that wasn't much good. My skycaddie was practically useless as the courses in the sky golf directory for this course are very confusing.. and I was never sure about whether I was on the correct hole or one on an adjacent course,,, Use a laser ! Very well maintained, but the food place at the turn is closed for the season and there was no where to get anything to eat. The attitude of the place is not terribly friendly.. Non-member tee times cannot be made more than 4 days out. The guys in the golf shop were pretty indifferent and down right unfriendly but the starter was a good guy. The greens were very fast and true.. but difficult... seems that they must have buried a lot of the cars dredged out of the quarries under the greens. I will definitely play this course again, but will work hard to find someone else to pay for it. Late season is a decent deal at $75.. but $125 in season is way too much.. Pinehills is $15 less and is just as good.

Reviewed May 15, 2008

Reviewed April 25, 2007

Good. Bad. Not Ugly.

This course, created from the dredged/mined residue of the Big Dig in Boston, is a special place in many ways. It is the closest top notch golf course to Boston that is readily available to the public. The layout is challenging and interesting and picturesque. At the same time, it is true that the price, while not exorbitant, leads the "migrant" golfer to consider his options before plunking down $120 for a Thurs-Sun green fee (your listing needs to be updated). Overall, a very fine golf experience. For the visitor, it's well worth a round. For the local/regional golfer, it's not economical enough to justify regular attendance. Granite Links is like Sunday Dinner. The rest of the week, it's beans and franks.

Reviewed March 20, 2007

Reviewed March 02, 2007


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  • Latest Scores
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Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
1 Matthew D. N/A 41 41 05/11/10
2 Kevin P. 38 104 66 07/06/08
3 sumit A. 22 89 67 07/15/07
4 cindi R. 36 105 69 06/28/08
5 Bradford M. 26 96 70 07/17/09
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About Granite Links

Granite Links Golf Club

Golf Only facility

40 tees driving range

27 regulation holes

Awards at Granite Links

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Course Staff

Greg Tayetto, General Manager
Stephen Clancy, PGA, Head Golf Professional
Brad MacDonald, Superintendent
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