Tucked away off a side road in the sleepy town of South Easton, Massachusetts is a hidden little Gem, a sporty 9 hole golf course called, Pine Oaks. But donít let its size or location fool you, this course has a proud history of its own and a reputation that goes far beyond the borders of the community it resides in.
Designed by the firm of Geoffrey Cornish and Bill Robinson (the same guys who brought you some of the most famous courses in the world including Banff Springs Resort in Alberta, Canada), the Boston Globe has called Pine Oaks one of the top 5 public nine hole golf courses in the state of Massachusetts. The clever course layout really makes playing 9 holes twice, feel like playing 18. And with 1 par 5 hole and 3 par 3ís the course is as challenging as it is fun for players of all levels.