Golf is a popular activity to take part in now that the weather is warmer.
Open all ages, this sport is without doubt best enjoyed in company, but the sense of camaraderie that comes with playing golf doesn’t take away from the sport’s competitive edge.
Here are several golfing spots located in MetroWest.
All pictures in this gallery were taken at the Millwood Farms Golf Course in Framingham.
Millwood Farms Golf Course is 14-hole gem located on the historic site of Millwood Farms, a dairy operating farm that has been around since the 1680s.
The site offers different leagues, like the women’s league and the Phil Ernst Senior Men’s League, which has 64 players. Twelve of the players are over age 80, including Frank Donohue, 89, pictured here.
Millwood Farms welcomes members of all skill levels.
For more information visit www.millwoodgolfcourse.net.
Located partially on the Natick landfill and on an apple orchard in Sherborn, Sassamon Trace Golf Course, a nine-hole course, offers four public golf leagues and holds several special events throughout the year.
Opened in 2001, Sassamon Trace attracts seniors and children alike.
It features 2,400 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 32.
For more information visit www.sassamontrace.com.
Indian Meadows Golf Club is nine-hole course conveniently located on Route 9, offering a club house and banquet facilities for the public to enjoy.
It opened in the 1960s as an exclusive private country club, but in 1991 the golf course was designed with 3,265yards in length and a par of 36.
To learn more go to www.indianmeadowsgolf.com.