How do I secure a date for my outing?
All events are subject to availability from our Head Golf Professional and our Sales Manager. Dates are secured when a $1,500.00 deposit has been made, and when a contract has been signed by the Host, Head Golf Professional and Sales Manager. Deposit is due within ten (10) business days upon receipt of contract.
What is the best tournament format for events at Plymouth Country Club?
We recommend all golf events play a "scramble" format. We find this format allows players of all levels to enjoy themselves while maintaining an acceptable pace-of-play on the course.
What is a scramble tournament?
- All players will hit a tee shot
- The team then selects the best location from which to proceed
- All players play their next shot from selected location
- Continue this process until the ball is holed
What about special contest holes?
We are happy to set-up special on-course competitions for your event. Contests include: Long drive, closest to the pin, hole in one, and putting contest.
What should players do upon completing their round?
Players should turn their scorecards in at the scoring area immediately upon completion of their round.
How long should I plan for my round?
We all know that golf should take no longer than 4 hours. We recognize the typical golf outing includes a number of higher handicap golfers and therefore schedule outings based on a five-hour round. It is important that groups maintain an adequate pace and keep up with the group in front of them.
What additional services are available?
Please contact the Head Golf Professional, Mike Roy or Sales Manager, Nicole Gosselin at (508) 746-7800 for more information.
What is the dress code?
Plymouth Country Club requires proper golf attire at all times while on club property. Golf shoes must have soft spikes. Men's shirts must have a collar. Women's shirts must have either a collar and/or sleeves. Mock turtlenecks must have a collar of at least 3/4". Shorts are to be Bermuda length. The following attire is NOT acceptable:
- Denim of any kind
- Gym shorts/pants
- Bathing attire
- Mesh shirts
- Tennis outfits
- Tank tops
What about inclement weather?
All outings are held rain or shine as long as the course is playable and carts are permitted. If the Superintendent determines the course is unplayable, you will have the opportunity to reschedule at a mutually convenient date.
What happens if I cancel my event?
If the event is canceled by the client, deposits shall be refunded only if the cancellation is made in writing at least four (4) months prior AND only if Plymouth Country Club is able to book a substitute outing for the same date.
What are other rules of the course?
U.S.G.A. rules govern all play except where modified by the local rules of Plymouth Country Club (located on back of scorecard). Please be sure to replace your divots, rake bunkers and repair ball marks. Always use cart paths when provided and obey course signage. Carts are strictly prohibited from green surrounds and "fescue" areas.
Can I bring outside food & drinks?
In accordance with Massachusetts State Law and our liquor license, Plymouth Country Club is prohibited to allow food and beverage supplied by outside sources. We reserve the right to hold items, including coolers, until the completion of your event. Plymouth Country Club's Staff and Management reserve the right to refuse to serve anyone they deem to be intoxicated.