Golf as it was meant to be.

Newton Commonwealth Golf Course is a beautiful, exceptionally groomed, 18 hole public course located just minutes from downtown Boston. 1997 marked the centennial anniversary of the club, which was redesigned in 1920 by the renowned architect, Donald Ross. It offers a short, but challenging round of golf featuring quick greens and relatively narrow fairways. Course management is essential, as many a big hitter has discovered, with water and sand bunkers appearing frequently.

The course has benefited from constant upgrades and beautification under the management of Sterling Golf. Several tees have been rebuilt and landscaped, bunkers have been renovated and a recent addition to the clubhouse has added changing rooms with showers and increased the seating capacity for outings. French doors on this addition overlook a new stone-tiled patio with outdoor seating for our patrons who wish to relax and watch the players on the course.

The Newton Commonwealth Golf Course is open to the public seven days a week and is available for outings to accommodate company groups, clubs and family gatherings.