Course Reviews

Winter Rules!
by Maxwell M. Carey, MassGolfer Magazine, Winter 2012-2013 (Page 12) Did you play golf last winter? No... not down south or out west, where many 'snowbird' players make there perennial excursions. We mean here in the Bay State, where there is normally harsh weather. Read More on Page 12

Do Golf Simulators Really Help You Stay Fit for Golf?
by Pat Mullaly, Golf Gurls, December 24, 2010
I've joined a new indoor golf league for the winter. Here on the Cape, winter has finally settled in. The golf courses are covered with several inches of snow and only the heartiest souls dare to venture out with their hot pink colored balls. I'm not one of them. I'll play in temps as low as 45 degrees but when the winds are blowing and the air temp measures in the 30s, I head for the indoor golf simulator center. Read More

Birdie G Website Reviews the South Shore Country Club Golf Course
The course retains its classic look today but with many enhanced features. For most of its existence, South Shore was a private club serving the region's upper crust, but in the 1980s, the expansive land was offered to the town of Hingham by the owners, who went on to run it as a public course. After a period of neglect due to declining revenues, the town brought in new management and a Renaissance of sorts has taken place during the last decade. In recent years, the golf course has gained a reputation as a true test of championship play, hosting such events as the Southeast Amateur, the Massachusetts Mid Amateur, and the Massachusetts Public Links. In addition to golf, the club boasts top-notch swimming and dining facilities, as well as a 10-lane candlepin bowling alley.

South Shore Country Club Director Drives Turnaround
by Carol Britton Meyer, Hingham Journal, November 13, 2009
Good things have been happening at South Shore Country Club since Jay McGrail joined the staff 4 years ago as golf course superintendent. He recently passed the one-year mark as director of operations. Read More
A Classic Track Restored
by Dean Inouye, Boston Globe, June 1, 2009
Arnold Palmer and Gary Player were in the prime of their careers in 1962, when they visited the South Shore Country Club in Hingham for an exhibition. Just for the occasion, the club created a tee that added about 40 yards to the 17th hole. Read More