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Cape Cod's Award-Winning
Blue Rock Golf Course

Blue Rock Golf Course:
Perfect For All Ages & Abilities

Voted Best of Cape Cod
Mid-Cape Golf Course

One of the Finest
Par-Three Courses in the Country

Private or Group Lessons Available
for All Skill Levels

Blue Rock Golf Course:
Open Daily To the Public

The Place to Play Golf on Cape Cod – Blue Rock 

Designed In 1962 by legendary golf course architect Geoffrey Cornish, the meticulously-maintainted Blue Rock Golf Course in South Yarmouth is open to the public and members, and offers a practice range, two putting and chipping greens, and a full-service Pro Shop. Blue Rock is a course for all ages and abilities: holes range from 103 to 255 yards, with our signature #9 hole – at 169 yards over water to a kidney shaped green – named one of “Cape Cod’s 18 Best.”

Book tee times online or call the Pro Shop at 508-398-9295.

About the Course


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Recent Golf Awards

  • 2017 Cape Cod Life (Best of Cape Cod: Mid Cape Golf Course, Silver)
  • 2016 New England Golf Monthly (Best Executive Course in New England)
  • 2012, 2013, 2014 Cape Cod Life (Best of Cape Cod: Mid Cape Golf Course)
  • 2012 New England Golf Monthly Top 25 (Golf Course, Instructor)
  • 2012 New England Golf Monthly Top 25 (Par-3 Golf Course)
  • 2011 Golf (Top 10 Par-3 Course worldwide)


Blue Rock Joins 1st Yarmouth Golf Festival

From April 19 – 22, 2012, Yarmouth, MA will be showcasing the golf courses and golf-related activities that earned the town its nickname, “Golf Capital of Cape Cod.” Yarmouth’s 1st Annual Golf Festival will appeal to seasoned golfers as well as those new to the game...

Blue Rock Named a “Top 10 Par-3 Course” in the World

The Blue Rock Golf Course in South Yarmouth, MA was named one of Golf Magazine’s top 10 par-3 golf courses in the current June 2011 issue. In the article, Golf Magazine’s Senior Editor Joe Passov explains “the greatest par-3 courses are every bit as scenic and...