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Blue Rock Golf Course

Blue Rock Golf Course

Located in a wooded setting among residential neighborhoods, Blue Rock Golf Course measures 3,000 yards in length from the professional tees and features four picturesque and challenging water holes. Holes range

 

from 103 to 255 yards, with the ninth hole as our signature hole. At 169 yards over water to a kidney shaped green, this hole was named one of Cape Cod's 18 Best.

Our course is meticulously maintained by a professional greens staff whose hard work and dedication to outstanding conditions and service was recognized by the Cape Cod Golf Report's Golden Sprinkler Award. Blue Rock also offers a practice range, two putting & chipping greens and bunkers.

Tournaments and Group Events

Blue Rock's entire staff will work with you to create the best possible golf event, providing a memorable experience for all involved. Tours and site inspections are available by appointment for all meeting and event planners.

Dress Code and Course Etiquette

Guests are asked to be aware of our dress code while on the course:

  • Shirts and shoes must be worn on the golf course at all times. Men's shirts should have sleeves and collars.
  • Bathing attire, cut off shorts, jeans, halter-tops, tube tops, tank tops, and similar types of recreational wear are not considered proper dress.
  • Shoes worn on the course must be appropriate for golf, as determined by the course manager or superintendent.

Balls Out-of-Bounds

Blue Rock Golf Course is located in a residential community. Because golf is played outdoors in natural surroundings, rules take into account the fact that balls may land in both natural and artificial course obstacles such as water hazards, trees, sprinklers and tee markers. The rules also take into account the boundaries of the course, so that golfers don't wander into a neighbor's back yard to play or retrieve a ball. Certain spots where the ball lands may be unplayable; in those instances golfers are permitted to move their ball or drop their ball in another place as long as they don't receive an advantage.



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