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18 hole regulation length course
68 par | 5,800 yards
18-hole "Dimmock Hill"
Dimmock Hill Golf Course
yards of golf from the longest tees
for a par of 68.
Designed by Michael Story, the Dimmock Hill golf course opened in 1968.
Check google people, and get some more info https://plus.google.com/103366795933204662492/about?gl=us&hl=en " Golf course is in terrible condition. All fairways have about 3-4 inches of grass with all the dead stuff from the last mowing on top of that. Very frustrating to hit a ball in the middle of the fairway, then spend 5-10 minutes looking for the ball. Conditions around the greens are bad also. Grounds crew has no clue what they are doing (rookies at best). Loud and obnoxious when out working. Owner needs to get away from his computer chair once in awhile and keep an eye on things. Former member but no longer. Another pet peeve about their grounds crew is the greens mowers. They mow 1-2-3-4 and so on. Once they are upon you they are with you all day long. VERY simple, mow the greens backwards 18-17-16-15 and so on. By going backwards you will only pass a golf group once instead of being by their side for most of the round. Very irritating." "Well where to start. Sure the course was built in 1975, but the owner refuses to spend ANY money maintaining the greens, fairways, or mowing equipment. Take a look at the website, they actually had the balls to make up ficticious people who work in the pro shop, to "make the company look bigger" says the owner. None of them exist, only one guy works in the pro shop. The greens are in terrible condition, the fairways are not mowed, and the head greenskeeper is a retired union roofer who really could not tell his rear from a hole in the green. The carts are in just as poor condition as the fairways and greens. The website says they have 50 new carts, not true. Well I am sure they were new in 1987. "
Not the best maintained course but the staff is great and fees are cheap.
Dimmock Hill golf courseDimmock is a great course for beginners and weekend duffers. Wide fairways and large greens greet errant shots with a warm bear hug. You'll find little in the way of trouble on the front 9. The back 9 is a bit tighter and awkwardly designed. It's a great place to go when you want to give the driver a workout, or on a late autumn day when all of the other courses are closing for the season.
Dimmock Hill Golf Course
Golf Only facility
18 regulation holes
No recent major awards have been noted.
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