Dennis Pines Golf Course

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Played here this past weekend with a group for our annual Golf On The Cape Weekend.

The course is a bit challenging, but not overly difficult. The fairways and greens were very well maintained. All holes are tree lined but fear not. If your shot strays into the woods, there is a great chance you will find it as the woods are cleaned out of fallen leaves.

Make sure you practice your sand trap shots are there are traps all over the course. But the sand is fine and playable.

It's a par 72 course with no water on the front nine. The back nine starts off with a copley of nice par 4s that wrap around a small pond. You will see another hole or two with a little water. They dub it their version of Amen Corner.

The one complaint we had happened at the turn as we were  is disallowed to stop at the club house for a few minutes after the front nine. The hot dog stand on 10 was not open yet, and with early morning tee times, we were famished. But the starter told us we were behind and could not stop. Yet when we got to the 10th tee, the group in front if us had just hit, and we ended up waiting close to 10 minutes before we could tee off. Other than that, everyone associated with the course were pleasant.

All in all, it falls short of being one of my favorite courses on The Cape, but it was enjoyable enough where I would return.

Oh, before I forget, as a group and part of a golfers package with our hotel, we paid $71 for 18 holes and a cart. But here's the best part. They will allow you to replay after your round of 18 for just the cart of the cart, if you ride. We did take advantage of this with another 9 holes for just the $13 cart fee.

The 19th hole was okay with sandwich offerings and beverages. The hot dogs were under-cooked, taken from a steamer. But the burgers were big and juicy. Unfortunately, I had the hot dog :(

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Played here last week with dad.

I'm an admitted horrible golfer, and I consider a successful day to be one where I lose less than 5 golf balls in the woods/water...well, I only lost 3 at the Pines, so...great success!

The course is definitely challenging, but not impossible. Its really well-kept, especially for a town-owned course. No brown patches or anything like that.

The clubhouse is pretty decent with a full bar and a lunch menu, and there is a little hot dog/gatorade stand before the 10th hole (the stand is cash only, and no ATM on the premesis, so plan accordingly).

$81.50 for 18 holes w/cart. Not too bad I suppose.

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Solid Course.....excellent value at $64 (walking).....will test every shot in the bag....too bad the range is only on mats......great 1/2 way house and decent club house (at least the service is EXCELLENT).........

71.0/127

Total - $ 64,00

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