Dennis Highlands Golf Course
|Red (W)||71||4884 yards||67.8||112|
|Blue M: 70.9/120||324||524||177||354||362||416||187||482||157||2983||390||178||394||409||403||563||219||384||541||3481||6464|
|White M: 68.5/117 W: 74.2/126||304||502||152||334||352||398||161||467||140||2810||374||159||366||392||381||535||168||377||514||3266||6076|
|Red M: 63.3/111 W: 67.8/112||271||419||134||224||250||333||124||372||97||2224||307||97||290||324||300||472||112||317||441||2660||4884|
Food & BeverageBar, Grill, Restaurant
Best Municipal I have ever played
Everything about this course blew me away. I did not have huge expectation for a muni but you could have told me this is a private course with 6 figure membership and I would believe you. Very hilly and open with a beautiful back 9 that will remind you of classic US Open and PGA Tour venues. Just long enough to challenge big hitters while being fair to the average hacker. You must think your way around the course on every hole. The conditions are impeccable and the greens roll true. Tee boxes are always kept up and fairways are lucious and never overgrown. Staff has always been great to me and pace of play has never been over 4 hours even when crowded. Great driving range and practice greens. If you get a chance to play this course, it is well worth the $90 and even better if you’re vacationing for a few weeks and can get a membership. You get two courses and you can play both every day and be satisfied.
Cape Cod Golf
Really nice layout at the Highlands!! Staff was a little rough around the edges but overall a good fun day!! Maybe a little over priced but it's the Cape in the summer. I'll return to play again
Good playable public course
I play the highlands a few times each year. It is very accessible for hackers like me. Most holes are walkable, but it is a little hilly. The real challenge is the greens, lots of subtle curls. Well maintained course and facilities with very good practice areas. Weekend play can be very slow in "the season" summer on Cape Cod, but midweek its better. My only complaint is the price of $66 plus a cart is a little high for a muni. The resident membership of $700/ year is a steal, so I guess they charge the casual players a premium. The Dogleg Grill is decent place to hang out after a round, not fancy but good value.
As a member I am always in awe of the condition of the course. As with all Cape courses, it will be slow playing during summer months