DENNIS PINES GOLF COURSE IS CLOSED November 23rd – March 31st, Thank You for a great season and we look forward to seeing you in April 2024.
Last 18-hole cart 12:33pm Last 9-hole cart 1:36pm
Dennis Highlands Golf Pro Shop is open from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
DRIVING RANGE CLOSED DECEMBER 1ST. Range cards available in the Pro Shop starting at $100.00 or pay per bucket $8.00 for a large $5.00 for a small.

Okay, maybe I’m biased, but golf is definitely the best sport there is. I’m not just saying that for fun, I have actual reasons to back up my point.

Here are three reasons to start playing golf because we all know golf trumps all.

  1. Golf Promotes Freedom 

What other game can you play that has 200 acres or more with very limited boundaries? Baseball, softball, football and soccer fields all have defined lines. So do tennis and basketball courts. Ice rinks have walls. Nascar has fences. The list goes on, but you get my point.

Yes, in golf you’re supposed to play the holes where the short grass is, but we all know that doesn’t always happen. You’ve got this immense open space to play in. Play the holes any way you choose — just meet us on the next tee afterward.

  1. Cool Equipment / Fashion

It’s a lot of fun when you walk into Dick’s Sporting Goods and head to the golf section. There is so many selection of different golf clubs, gloves, balls and clothes. The brands are endless and it continues growing each year, as the game grows in popularity. There are all sorts of fashion statements made on the course – I mean, Rickie Fowler always wears Neon and Michelle Wie loves her racerback tops. Go big or go home right?

  1. The View is Tremendous

You’re walking down the fairway on a warm (but not too warm) summer day. The course is situated near an ocean and the view is quite beautiful. What other sport can give you the opportunity to play a round in a gorgeous scene and actually give you the chance to appreciate it too? Ok, yes, so some baseball stadiums have good views of city skyscrapers. If you fish, hike, surf or ski, maybe you have an argument on this subject, but compared with all the mainstream sports, golf has no equal in terms of the setting. But, imagine yourself standing on the 18th tee at Pebble Beach, a few feet from the Pacific Ocean with the spray from the waves landing softly on your shoulders. See what I mean? The view on the course trumps all.