The Course

Our elite golf course weaves throughout Turner Hill’s quaint neighborhoods, and ranks among one of the top developments in the country. Our 18-hole course was designed by Hurdzan/Fray, the renowned team that designed the site of the 2017 US Open: the Erin Hills course. The team worked together to preserve the natural and breathtaking Ipswich scenery, while incorporating challenging play throughout this par 72 course. It was designed to impress, offering spectacular panoramas, elevation changes, wide fairways, green field grounds & glimmering white bunkers. Club members also have access to our indoor and outdoor practice facilities, which help ensure their game is in top shape before an outing on the course.

During the off-season, our indoor golf practice facility is the go-to place for game enhancement. It features a 2,000 square foot training area that includes a dedicated teaching bay and three hitting bays. Our outdoor training facility is also a hub to strengthen your game, offering a 40,000-square foot bent grass tee with numerous targets throughout the range. This area features a range of undulating bent grass with gentle slopes, a deep bunker, and diverse hole locations.

Both the indoor and outdoor practice facilities are supervised by our Director of Instruction, Webb Heintzelman, who is a nationally recognized player and instructor. In 1988, he earned his PGA Membership and played both the PGA Tour and Nike Tour from 1987 to 1994.

Turner Hill offers membership options including family golf, singles, young executive, corporate, limited golf, extended territory and recreational options. For more information, please visit our club membership or call Paul Blanchette at (978) 312-3040.

Golf Facilities


Local Equine Culture and the Beginning of Myopia Hunt Club Polo Season

Our neighbors at Myopia Hunt Club in Hamilton, MA, opened their doors and fields for their 129th polo season beginning May 28th. During the five month season, every Sunday from the 28th through September 24th, locals gather to experience the club’s rich history and picturesque rural setting, as well as polo’s infectious energy. The club also hosts national matches including the USPA NYTS Qualifier, USPA Chairman’s Cup, Team USPA vs. South America, USPA Forbes and Governor’s Cup, and the Harvard Innovational.

On match day, Myopia’s gates open at 1:30 where spectators are allowed to park for free and participate in their own tailgating parties. Attendees are also welcome to bring their own food, beverages, and dogs to the match.

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