Founded in 1900, Brockton Country Club features a par-36 9-hole course stretching across a modest 2,961 yards from the tips. Each hole offers a unique challenge for the novice golfer up to the avid golfer with fairway-lining bunkers, and majestic oaks and pines. Orignally laid out in the beginning of the 20th century by notable golf course architect, Willie Campbell(The Country Club), the course has undergone numerous revisions adding punishing hazards and stretching the course from its original 2,300 yard length to the current 2,961 yards. Lateral hazards and midway bunkers make the straight tee-shot essential to complete a decent round. The gems of the course are the greens with a rating of 12 or higher on the stimp meter making the short game the most treacherous. The course also offers a fair challenge of length with 2 long par-3's at about 190 yards each and a 560 yard par-5. With a course rating of 34.4 and slope of 120 on bent grass, Brockton Country Club rivals southeastern massachusetts finest.