• Join Ould Newbury Golf Club Today

    Join Ould Newbury Golf Club Today

    A club for all ages and playing abilities, Ould Newbury offers something for everyone. Read More
  • Ould Newbury - A Variety of Membership Levels

    Ould Newbury - A Variety of Membership Levels

    Whether you are a weekday or weekend golfer, ONGC has a membership level to fit your needs. Read More
  • The Pub at Ould Newbury

    The Pub at Ould Newbury

    Welcome to the all new Pub at Ould Newbury. Read More
  • ONGC Women's Golf

    ONGC Women's Golf

    Ould Nebwury Ladies' League is great for both beginner or experienced women golfers. Read More
  • ONGC's Junior Golf Program

    ONGC's Junior Golf Program

    Ould Newbury offers a fun, educational and competitive program for Juniors Read More
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We Are Open!

Ould Newbury is open for public play from Monday a.m. until Friday at noon

Please call the Pro Shop at 978-465-9888 for tee times.

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Friday Night in the Pub

Dinner Specials, September 27th

With Fall in the air, Chef Karen is cooking up some great comfort food this Friday!!

  • Pot Roast Dinner with Carrots, Potato and Peas
  • Jambalaya, Chicken, Sausage, Shrimp, Rice and Green Beans

 

20Oct
10.20.2019 12:30 pm - 12:30 pm
Par 3 Tournament - PM
26Oct
10.26.2019 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Outside Tournament - Little Ricky
26Oct
10.26.2019 6:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Halloween Party
27Oct
2Nov
11.02.2019 1:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Turkey Scramble - 1pm

Why Play 9 Holes?

(This article was recently published by the Massachusetts Golf Association [MGA])

The answer is simple. Playing 36, 18, 9 or even one hole of golf is great. However, the MGA is joining the USGA and millions of golfers - many of whom have busy schedules - across the globe by supporting PLAY9 Day, which will be held on Wednesday, July 29th.

Here are nine reasons why it's always a great time to play nine:

1. Nine-hole golf has an impeccable pedigree. The First U.S. Open in 1895 was played on a nine-hole course: Newport (R.I.) Golf Club. Arnold Palmer and Pete Dye, among other golf luminaries, learned the game on nine-hole courses.

2. The majority can't be wrong. According to the National Golf Foundation (NGF), 90 percent of U.S. golf facilities offer nine-hole rates – and 4,200 nine-hole courses dot the U.S. golf landscape. From coast to coast, playing nine is an easy way to enjoy the game.

3. It's an excellent way to start the day. Early risers can make the first footprints on a dewy fairway. You can get a round in and still make it to work or school on time.

4. It's a great way to end the day with others. Grab friends and co-workers for a post-work round to shake off the stress.

5. Because it's what you have time for. Would you rather play nine frequently or wait until the moon and stars align to play 18? Keep your game fresh by playing nine.

6. It's a wonderful way to learn the game. An NGF study shows 86 percent of beginners start with nine-hole rounds. You can more comfortably develop your game and learn Rules and etiquette without the stress and time commitment of 18 holes.

7. It's the best way to support someone who is learning how to play. You already love the game. A study by Sports & Leisure Research Group revealed that 60 percent of golfers believe a nine-hole round is an outstanding way to introduce a non-golfer to the game. Give back to the game and get a friend or family member hooked.

8. You can do it forever. Golf is a game for a lifetime. Playing nine holes is the perfect way to keep players of all ages and abilities engaged in friendly competition.

9. Your nine-hole round is legit! The USGA's Golf Handicap Information Network® (GHIN) showed a 13 percent year-over-year increase in nine-hole scores posted in the two months following the program's launch last July. You can post a nine-hole score to maintain your Handicap Index. Click here to see how.

Why Ould Newbury is Different

  • No matter what your playing ability, you will fit right in with Ould Newbury's friendly membership. It doesn't matter if you have been a member for 40 years or just joined last week - all members at Ould Newbury are like an extended family.
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