Newport National Golf Course 916 W Main Rd, Middletown, RI02842 Newport National was designed by architect Arthur Hills and spans almost 200 acres. The course is reminiscent of some of…More Ireland's best links courses. It is only minutes from downtown Newport, and a shuttle service is available to and from Hotels and Inns. Golf Week Magazine chose it as one of the Top 20 New Courses in America when it opened in 2002. Lessons are given by golf pro Andrew Farrea, who is a Portsmouth native. The Golf Shop is well-stocked with clothing and golf accessories. Corporate and charitable events are welcome, and dinners are served in the large tents with catering done by Blue Rocks Catering Co. There are clinics in the summer for juniors.
Wanumetonomy Golf & Country Club 152 Browns Ln, Middletown, RI02842 Wanumetonomy Golf & Country Club was incorporated in 1922. It is a classic links course open to members only. Reach…More the Club by turning off West Main Road near Stop & Shop onto Browns Lane. Whether playing golf or sitting in the dining room, there is a wonderful view of Narragansett Bay. For information concerning membership, contact the Club.
Courtyard by Marriott 9 Commercial Blvd, Middletown, RI02842 Courtyard by Marriott is a hotel chain that offers a wide range of services and amenities for guests and is based near…More many local area attractions, including the Newport National Golf Course. Some features include on-site parking, swimming pools, wireless Internet, multiple meeting rooms, more than 130 rooms, a fitness center and safe deposit boxes. Check its website for information on availability or for details on rates, packages or hotel features.
In 1996, the non-profit New England Regional Turfgrass Foundation was formed through the cooperation of the seven…More Golf Course Superintendent Associations within the New England Region, along with the New England Sports Turf Managers Association, and the Massachusetts Association of Lawn Care Professionals.
The organization was created to fund turfgrass research through fund raising activities or voluntary contributions. Individuals who wish to contribute to the NERTRT are allowed to deduct either all or a portion of the amount that is contributed to the trust.