Province Lake Golf is a beautiful blend of the best of classic golf with outstanding modern design. The traditional and the new have been combined to create a wonderful playing experience for today's golfers. Along the way you'll also be treated to spectacular views of the lake, and occasionally you'll spot the wildlife that make their home in the area.
The front nine, built in 1918, was designed by Lawrence Van Etten, who laid out a number of courses on the East Coast, including the Deal Country Club in New Jersey and the original Wykagyl Course in New Rochelle, N.Y. In 1988, a second nine was built, which was designed by renowned East Coast architect Brian Silva. Silva's work includes the Captains Course at Cape Cod National in Brewster, MA, Black Creek Club, in Chattanooga, TN, Shaker Hills in Harvard, MA, and Cyprian Keyes Golf Club in Boylston, MA.
Since 1988, the front nine has been renovated bringing the greens up to USGA standards. On-going improvements include a state of the art irrigation system, additional drainage and reworking many tee boxes. In 2011 we lengthened the 13th hole. In 2012, we added a fifth set of tees so that golfers with any handicap or skill level can have an enjoyable and challenging round. There is also a sixth set of tees further forward for juniors and children. The course can truly meet any skill level successfully.
ProSwing Golf Simulators at PLG
We are open all winter Wednesday – Sunday for great simulator action.
Want to keep your swing in shape all winter? Need to work on a specific part of your swing? We have the tools for you! ProSwing Golf Simulators at Province Lake Golf. Come by and hit the range or play Nine or Eighteen with friends.
ProSwing lets you practice at a Driving Range or play a round on one of 43 worldwide courses. Swing analysis provides information on all aspects of your swing.
We also have an Indoor Quota League.
Quota League will be played each week on a different course. Each competitor will play 9 holes on the same "course" and under the same conditions (weather, difficulty, etc.). A competitor can play any time from Wednesday through Sunday.