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Going to be spending Labor Day weekend in Cape Cod. Never played a course on the cape and want to get out there and swing the sticks.

Lots of courses to choose from.

We we will be staying in Yarmouth. Any suggestions?




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Captains' course in Brewster is solid - two courses to pick from, both good - I like the Port course better. Dennis pines is probably the closest, and is well regarded. From what I hear, it's quite tight.

Not on the cape, but on the other side of the bridge - both courses at Pinehills are great, and it's a fantastic facility.
 

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Hyannis Golf Club has some decent rates for the Cape and is usually in decent condition. Only a couple of towns over from Yarmouth.

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I've play Hyannis and it is indeed a decent course.
 

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Not sure what it costs now but I always enjoyed Cranberry Valley in Harwich. Labor Day is usually a good time to visit, lots of tourists are already clearing out so the traffic isn't horrible.
 
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Cranberry Valley, Captains Port or Starboard, Dennis Pines, Dennis Highlands are all good choices. I'd opt for Captains, or Cranberry Valley.

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Olde Barnstable Fairgrounds is a good option close by; Bass River is right in Yarmouth and a fun old Donald Ross track; Cranberry Valley is great, as are the two Captain's courses. Dennis Pines and Highlands are good options as well. If you drive a bit up towards Truro, Highland Links is a 9 hole course that is the oldest on the Cape and the only true links course in the area which is pretty cool.
 

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