Not sure what Josh P was referring to in his review from 2013. This is a 18 hole course. They have a 9 hole price option ($33 PLUS cart). Conditions are excellent. Course was designed by G. Cornish and opened in 62. Originally designed to make you use every club. With todays equipment not sure that's still the case but unless you hit them over 250 yards, you will need your driver at least once (5th hole).
Staff is friendly and accommodating. Course, with a new groundskeeper has shown improvement year after year for the last several years. Tee boxes, fairways and greens are green and beautiful. My preference is to get out early (7 am) and / or, later for a twilight round, after the leagues have teed off.
One of the top rated par 3 courses in the country. A great way to get your golf fix without having to give up your entire day.
short, little course. beautifully kept up. surprisingly challenging.
fwiw, their rental clubs aren't awesome (or full sets), but you know what they say about beggars...
also, i didn't see a drink cart the entire 18 holes. either they don't exist or they have some very strange route/schedule. weird either way.
I play either here or at Highland Links in Truro every time I come to Cape Cod. It is a par 3, so you probably don't need to use every club in the bag. It is in beautiful course, a hidden gem in the heart of Cape Cod, and is probably the best value. A little over 20 bucks will get you nine holes with a cart. The greens roll great and the best hole by far(it's signature hole) is a great view from a raised green in which you hit over a pond. Holes range from a measly 100 yards , to a ridiculously long 237 par three. The only problem is that the course is a little bit swampy around the water, but that shouldn't really be a problem unless you hit your ball into it. One other thing to add is that it is only nine holes, so you will have to go around twice and fix what you screwed up the first time around. So if you are on vacation in the cape and you have the time, I defiantly recommend giving this course a try!
Overall a great par 3. Been playing at Blue Rock for many years now. Due to the lack of rain the fairways were in horrible shape (tee boxes were a little rough too). The greens were in great shape. As always, the pro shop staff is great. Though it usually plays fairly slow, Blue Rock is a great course to get your short game in order. Highly recommended.
There are better Par 3 courses on Cape Cod