Course Flyover Videos Welcome to Westborough Golf Club, located on West Main Street, Westborough, MA, less than 10 minutes from the intersection of I-495 and the Mass Pike. The course is a well maintained 9-hole layout, with 4 sets of tees ranging from 2548 yards to 3187 yards. With four sets of tees, the course can accommodate all levels of play for nine or eighteen holes. The course starts with a Par 5 measuring 428 yards from the Blue Tees and 412 from the Whites. While not a particularly long Par 5, the hole has 71 feet of elevation from tee to green. Long hitters can reach the trap on the left of the fairway, located 190 yards from the small green. A big drive in the fairway will set you up to get to the green in two. The Green is well protected, with bunkers both right and left. The Second Hole is a Par 4 measuring 262 yards from the Back Tees. A long tee shot can reach the green, but be careful of the trap to the right. Tee shots too far to the right may find a large slope that leads into the woods. A long iron or Hybrid off the tee will leave an easy wedge to the green on this short hole. Don’t be long on your approach shot, as the stone wall just behind the green is Out of Bounds. The Third Hole is the #1 Handicap Hole, and is one of the prettiest around. It is a par 5, measuring 534 yards from the Blue Tees. From the elevated tee aim just right of the sand trap on the left off of the tee, as the fairway landing area slopes significantly from left to right. The hole doglegs to the right, up the slope, and narrows considerably for your second shot. There is another significant slope in front of the elevated green, so make sure you use enough club on your approach shot. The green is well protected, with traps both left and right. The Fourth Hole is a Par 4, and is a long, uphill 408 yards from the Elevated back tee, but a much shorter 325 yards from the White tees. The landing area of the fairway slopes considerably from right to left, so a tee shot down the right side of the fairway often rolls to the middle of the fairway. Try to leave your approach shot beneath the hole, as the green slopes from back to front, and a putt from above the hole will be very fast and very tricky! The Fifth Hole is a long, uphill Par 3, measuring 192 yards from the back tees. A long iron or hybrid can reach the green, which is well protected with multiple bunkers both to the right and left. Par is an excellent score on this tough Par 3! The Sixth Hole is a Par 4, measuring 347 yards from the back tees. It’s important to aim to the left side of the fairway for the best angle into the green with your second shot. Tee shots to the right may find the woods, or leave a difficult angle with your approach shot to the dogleg right green. The green slopes from right to left, so an approach shot to the front right side of the green will usually yield a good result. The Seventh Hole is a sharply downhill 167 yards Par 3 from the back tees. Enjoy the views of Westborough from the elevated tee box. Take one less club and fire away at this fun hole! Sand traps both right and behind the hole add to the degree of difficulty. Try to keep your ball beneath the hole, as downhill putts are tricky on the fast green. The Eighth Hole is a long par 4, measuring 416 yards from the back tees. Be sure not to hit your tee shot to the right, as the woods are out of bounds. A good drive past the slope in the fairway will set up a mid-to-long iron approach shot. The green slopes from left to right, so try to land your approach shot on the left side of the green. Par is a good score here… The Ninth Hole at Westborough Golf Club is a long Par 4, measuring 433 yards from the back tees. To get the best angle from the tee, aim for the White House in the distance. A well-struck drive can catch the large, downhill slope in the fairway, resulting in a good deal of extra distance off the tee. A long-iron or Hybrid approach shot can be needed to the green. Be sure to keep your ball beneath the hole on your approach shot. As with most of the Greens at Westborough Golf Club, this green can be tricky!