BOSTON (CBS) – On the latest edition of The Golf Club, Hardy sat down with some folks from the Massachusetts Golf Association, the creator of a new revolutionary golf ball, the head pro at Kernwood Country Club and much more.
But first up was Tony Day of Dennis Highlands on Cape Cod.
Dennis Highlands sits adjacent to Dennis Pines, its sister course located a stone’s throw away.
Day was quick to note the fast greens that play at the Highlands, and although the course is not heavily tree-lined it does present a certain level of difficulty — especially when factoring in the wind that’s common on Cape Cod.
“The name of the golf course is Dennis Highlands. We sit on one of the highest points in the town of Dennis, so the wind on certain days can blow through here pretty good. It’s a good contrast to our other golf course Dennis Pines.”
Dennis Pines has been around for 20 years longer than Dennis Highlands, so anybody that’s played can speak to the difference of the two in terms of tree size.
The specific hole that sticks out in most people’s minds is no. 6, which Day joked, “It’s almost as if the architect took everything he could muster and shoved it all into one hole. It’s a beast.”
Listen below for the full course review: