Granite Links Golf Club
100 Quarry Hills Dr
Quincy, MA 02169-6168, United States

Florida-based architect John Sanford accomplished several important things with this 27-hole design, including the reclaiming of two former landfills near downtown Boston. Capping the landfills with excavated material from the Big Dig saved taxpayers at least $100 million dollars and provides a links-flavored facility for members. The Milton 9 opened in 2003, while the Granite 9 debuted one year later and the Quincy 9 opened in 2006.

Limited numbers of tee-times are also available for visitors. The rack rates are $125 on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Saturdays, and Sundays, then $150 on Thursdays and Fridays. Twilight, 9-hole, and shoulder-season rates are offered, along with discounts for residents of Quincy and Milton, Massachusetts. The club also hosts a limited number of outings for corporate, charity, and alumni groups.
Average Rating

Your Review
Course Details

Greens Fees (including cart):
   Weekday:$125 - $149
   Weekend:$125 - $149
   9-hole fees available anytime.
General Manager:Chris Sleeper, PGA (DoG)
Superintendent:Brad MacDonald
Guest Policy:open
Dress Code:Collared Shirt (No Denim)
Season Start:April
Season End:October
Pro Shop :yes
Driving Range:Grass hitting surface

Nearby Courses

Private CourseWollaston Golf Club
Milton, MA (1 miles)
Public CoursePresidents Golf Course
North Quincy, MA (2 miles)
Semi-Private CourseFurnace Brook Golf Club
Quincy, MA (2 miles)
Public CourseBraintree Municipal Golf Course
Braintree, MA (4 miles)
Public CourseGeorge Wright Golf Course
Hyde Park, MA (4 miles)
Photo gallery

No images uploaded for this course.

Granite to Milton:    

Include 9-hole scores Best score per golfer
Fwy %
(*): Score has gametracker data
Recent Reviews

  Cohibasmith - 7/13/15
I've been playing this course since it was opened and it keeps getting better every time I play it. Gorgeous views, excellent restaurant and 19th hole, beautiful challenging course.
  TiffTom - 7/24/13
An amazing place to play. Wish I had the money to play here every weekend.
  English Dan - 10/26/09
Amazing course in the hills with great views of Boston. 3 9 hole courses with 2 sets that are links type and the other one more wood land. Some holes on the woodland side are not what you expect. The links side I played are hard when hitting into the wind which I should imagine would always be blowing as you are so high up. Greens are very fast but fair. No one seems to repair pitch marks or fairway divots. We played reduced Fall rates at $75, normal rate is $125. Both include GPS cart and range balls. Defiantly worth the price at $75 not so sure its a $125 course.
  GolfWidower - 11/30/13
  mang_220733 - 7/17/13
  J-coin - 10/7/12
  badboygolf - 6/25/12
  deltawhiskey - 5/5/12
  tonyhong - 1/25/12
  scottpaulmd - 7/21/11
Your Review



Pace of Play:



Course Admin

Request Course Changes