Dennis Pines is home to a number of the Cape’s top amateur golfers and when you step off this course after playing 18 holes, you’ll know why. At over 7,000 yards, with tree-lined fairways, four water holes, and well bunkered sprawling greens, accuracy is critical to scoring well at Dennis Pines which opened for play in 1966. The 537-yard Double-dogleg left 12th hole is certainly a test and considered one of the most difficult par-5's on the Cape. This course is rated among the Top 100 Courses You Can Play in New England according to the New England Journal of Golf and it is among the Top 25 in the Best of Massachusetts according to Golf Boston Travel & Leisure Magazine.
||Blue Markers: 7,029 yards
||White Markers: 6,525 yards
||Red Markers: 5,798 yards
Course Architect: Henry C. Mitchell
Amenities: Driving Range, Golf Carts, Restaurant/Bar, Pro Shop, Rental Clubs, Tee Time Policy,