We have an online membership form that you can fill out and you can pay via Venmo
How do I join the league?
How do I sign up for a tee time?
We have an online form that you fill out by Sunday evening for the next weekend. We have volunteers from the group who put the foursomes together and then email out the tee times by Thursday so you know when to show up and who you are playing with.
How much does it cost? What does the registration fee cover?
The cost to join the Fairway Ladies varies on your status and maxes out at $70. Membership includes GHIN. You pay separately for your greens fees and any cart rental fees each time you come out to play, there is no upfront payment. If you are a Boston resident, you pay a slightly lower greens fee than those who live outside the city. There is also the option to become a season permit holder. See https://www.cityofbostongolf.com/ for more information.
What is the format for weekly play?
The format of normal weekend play is non-competitive, you keep your own score and you are not competing with anyone in your group or any other group.
You have the option to do either. There are both walkers and riders in our group. There are also pull carts to rent at the course if you want to walk and not have to carry your clubs.
Do players take carts or walk?
We also run a few tournaments such as scrambles, 4 clubs, blind-partners, member-guest, member-member, and of course a club championship.
Do you hold tournaments?
Several of our members compete on our Fall Cup and Spring Teams where we play against other clubs across the state. We are also members of the Southwest Suburban League (SWSL) and Abigail Adams League which has a few play dates at various nearby clubs on weekdays during the summer months. You only pay for cart, lunch, and a minimal entry fee. By joining our club and establishing a handicap you are eligible to play in the MassGolf events. See www.massgolf.org for additional opportunities to play.
Do you compete against other clubs? Do you offer opportunities to play at other courses?
We also have a less formal 9-hole Sunday afternoon group that tees off around 3:00 pm. It is a great option for beginners, those getting back into the game, and some of our seniors. You can always switch between morning 18-hole and afternoon 9-hole.
What if I can’t play 18 holes?
A couple of options to help you prepare for the golf season and improve your game are Get Golf Ready Clinics and lessons. The staff at the course runs Get Golf Ready Clinics in the spring. Head golf professional, Kevin Frawley, is a great teacher and offers private and small group lessons. Call the Golf Shop at 617-265-4084 to learn more.
Do you offer any clinics?
Please send us an e-mail at Info@FairwayLadies.org