I really enjoy this course, it's got a number of relatively tough holes, and some somewhat narrow fairways which make for a good challenge. Then some other holes which are a bit easier and more forgiving.
The grounds are pretty well maintained, especially for a public course. I really enjoy playing here.
Great little course. Greens are well maintained. The views are gorgeous. The holes are challenging, yet not intimidating. And, the staff is friendly and eager to help. I only wish they had more specials. At $27 for 9 holes on a weekend day (plus $18 if you want a cart), it's one the pricier courses in the area. That makes it difficult to go back as often as I'd like. Other than that, no complaints.
A perfect example of a wonderful little golf course rarely visited by Boston area golfers.
Lots of elevation changes and beautiful scenery make for a solid course.
There are a few soggy areas, it can be a little bit slow, and there's a handful of holes I would change, but overall it's a great place to check out and a good deal in the evenings or early morning. For everyone stuck in cape traffic on the weekends, it's important to look north for new courses.
I really like this golf course. It's a challenging layout with a lot of variance in the holes. It's also immaculately maintained, they really do a good job there, very plush. The price point is very fair, it's what you would expect to pay at a pretty good course. It's one of my favorite courses in the greater Boston area.
Awright. That's how I sum up a round at Trull Brook. As for positives, the grass conditions on the greens, tees and fairways were all good the day I played here. The conditions were not stand on your head and cheer, but nevertheless what one expects on a midpriced public course. The course is a bit worn around the edges with overgrown planting beds and cart paths in need of repaving.
Trull Brook has a split personality with a number of holes playing in the open with only a few trees. Holes like 2, 7,8, 15 and 16 all give you room for errant shots. There are a few funky holes that take some getting used to. For example, #5 is a narrow dogleg with overhanging trees and
could be improved by removal of trees . Holes 1, 10,11, 17 are all
doglegs and all leave you scratching your head. The tilt on the greens
taking with tucked flags the day i played test your patience. At $42 on a
Friday, I would play here again as the price seems about right for the
conditions and golf quality found here. Lastly, the pace of play was 4.5
hours and the staff friendly.