Newport National which started out as a landscape nursery is now deemed the “Number One Public Access Course in New England,” by New England Golf Monthly. Designed by legendary golf architect Arthur Hills and his associate Drew Rogers, the Orchard Course at Newport National Golf Club spans over 7,244 challenging yards. This 18-hole modern links course sports sloping fairways, marshes, and strategically placed bunkers. The dramatic setting boasts views of the Atlantic Ocean and the Sakonnet Passage, while challenging golfers with steady winds coming off of the Narragansett Bay. Both seasoned golfers and newcomers learning the game will enjoy the natural beauty as the course weaves throughout fairways, tees, and greens of seaside bentgrass outlined by fescues. Newport National is reminiscent of courses in Ireland and the legendary Scottish links. Golfweek Magazine had placed the course in the “Top Twenty New Courses in America.”

“There are few places in all of the U.S. where at any time you may think you are playing the coastlines of Ireland, this is one of them. The place is just amazing and the golf always spectacular. A New England must place once each season! “

~ Tim B.