Golf

                        Open to the Public!

The Bay Pointe Club was built in 1964 and was known as Wareham Country Club until 1988.  This was the same year that the Pavilion building was constructed and the famous 7th hole island green was created.  Today, the Bay Pointe Club offers a unique collection of 18 championship golf holes designed by Geoffrey Cornish, a beautiful banquet facility, and a clubhouse which has a fully stocked pro shop and The Bay Pointe Grille, which is a perfect place for a meal or to just watch a game.

Playing to a par 70 for the men, the course is rated 70.9 and sloped 122 from the back tees. The overall yardage may appear comparatively short on the card (6201 from Blue Tees), but it plays substantially longer. From the red tees, the ladies are challenged by a par 72, 5,380 yard course.  Apart from holes #1 and #2, which challenge golfers beginning their round on the hilliest portion of the grounds, the terrain is generally gentle.

The Bay Pointe Club never uses temporary greens. Our sandy base soil allows maximum drainage for off-season golf, making for a great winter golf retreat.

 

Appropriate attire is required. Shirts must have collars. Tank tops, cut-off jeans and metal spikes are prohibited.

The Bay Pointe Club