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60 Water St
Saugus, MA  01906-1933
United States
P: (781) 233-3609
F: (978) 664-2503
Cedar Glen Course

9 hole regulation length course

Public golf course

35 par | 3,014 yards

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Cedar Glen Golf Course

The 9-hole "Cedar Glen" course at the Cedar Glen Golf Course facility in Saugus, Massachusetts features 3,014 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 35. Cedar Glen golf course opened in 1928. Burton H. Page manages the course as the Owner.

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Reviewed August 25, 2017

Wow, Cedar has come a long way and I'm so happy it has!
Fairways are gorgeous and the greens are very well taken care of.
Playing golf is so easy to do here, I've waited no longer than 15 minutes to tee off.
Tired of waiting an hour at other courses....I'm a Sunday regular now.

Reviewed November 23, 2010

A real dog track. Played with a neighbor. Two "gentleman" behind us kept hitting into our group. There are much, much better courses in the area for just a little more money. (ever hit off of dirt tee boxes)

Reviewed September 15, 2009

God awful. worst course i have ever played at for many reasons. forget about the greens, all but 7 are air- raided and filled with dirt. putting is the worst part though. only one good hole is hole 7. people that golf up there are not friendly at all, if your new and dont know where to go up there dont bother asking one of the other golfers up there. tee boxes are awful. fairways are out of the question. your foot will literally sink in the fairway if you go up there within a few weeks after it rains, which is basically always. very unkept course, dont plan on getting a cart they keep very few of them. although the course is not strict at all. people golf up there wearing t-shirts, dirty jeans, and workboots etc. so you dont have to look persentable at all to golf here. one of the easiest courses i've ever played at. no, the easiest course ive ever played at. dont bother wasting your money, not worth the $21 to golf 9 holes. youre better of paying $18-$19 to golf at a very good golf course.

Reviewed July 05, 2009

Club house food never dissapoints. Tee boxes a Major issue on most holes. Course continues to show improvement. Good confidence builder.

Reviewed April 06, 2009

Wow. Worst course yet. I play a lot of public 9-hole courses, and this one is definitely the worst I've seen. Maybe it's because it's early spring and they haven't had a chance to get out there and clean it up. Either way, this is the worst course I have ever played. Most of the tee boxes are chewed up beyond recognition - hope you like teeing off dirt! The greens were atrocious. One of them was laughable - 3/4 of it was dead grass - hard as concrete and actually GRAY too! Drainage problems, no real difference between fairway and rough, and hardly a challenge on any hole. If you're a complete hacker, you'll like it here.

Reviewed July 15, 2008

relaxed public course atmosphere. Can present some difficult shots at time. 7,8,9 are the nicest and easiest holes (great way to finsh up). The convienence of being able to just show up and not wait long make it def worth the $19 bucks. Also I think its only another $10 or $11 to play another 9.

Reviewed August 27, 2007

Tee times not necessary at this course. Good course for players developing their skills. Blue tee boxes can present some challenging looks. Overall, a nice course, worth the $20 for 9 holes on a Saturday morning.

Reviewed September 14, 2006


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  • Latest Scores
  • Overall
Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
1 Jason D. 27 45 18 06/04/10
2 christopher B. 7 40 33 06/30/09
3 Matthew F. N/A 40 40 04/20/08
4 David M. N/A 42 42 08/25/07
5 Andrew L. N/A 42 42 09/05/07
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About Cedar Glen

Cedar Glen Golf Course

Golf Only facility

9 regulation holes

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Course Staff

Burton H. Page, Owner
Matt Ellsworth, Superintendent