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A Worthwhile Challenge

The golf course will open on March 29, 2024. Tee it high and let it fly!

Please note that our private golf course is only available to Resort Guests and Golf Members.

With a mix of harrowing approaches and dizzying doglegs, the Ocean Edge Golf Club presents a stiff test to golfers of all levels. Its vistas, however, will leave you coming back for more. A Brewster golf course has never looked so good — come see for yourself.

Hole One

Our course opens with a short par 4 that features a generous landing area and an undulating green. From the tee box, aim left-of-center of the fairway, and set up a 100-115 yard approach shot. Keep your ball low to release up the slope and get into prime putting position.

Hole Two

Don't get fooled — this par 4 plays longer than its recorded distance. Target the left-side framing bunker off the tee; it'll free you to carry the center of the green on your approach. Be careful: It's guarded by deep protective bunkers and a slick false front.

Hole Three

Tee shots missed short and right make for a difficult comeback attempt, hampered by a left-to-right crosswind. Play for the left-center of this par 3’s green; narrow and well-protected by a trio of bunkers, it's your safest bet for a good score.

Hole Four

For a conservative approach to this dog-legged par 5, drive for the fairway to the right of the bunker. Successfully clear that hurdle, and the pin is a single stroke away. With a large, receptive green, this hole presents a great opportunity to get your score back on track.

Hole Five

This dogleg left par 4 demands control; both short shots and long put hazards into play. Consider an aggressive tee shot and challenge the left edge of the fairway. If you can carry the bunkers protecting the front of the green on your approach, you'll have ample room on either side for recovery.

Hole Six

A straightaway par 4, this hole demands accuracy off the tee to set up a short iron approach shot. Trust the yardage — trouble can be found in front of the elevated green. Play past the deep bunkers protecting its false front, and you're all but clear.

Hole Seven

Well-protected both off the tee and around the green, this hole presents a unique challenge. Favor the right side of the green, regardless of pin position. Whatever you do, don’t miss left on this 442-yard par 4; you’ll either knock your ball out of bounds, or lose it altogether.

Hole Eight

A decent score is possible on this hole, with ample room beyond the green to save par. Whatever you do, though, avoid the water; this hazard is environmentally protected, forcing players to either re-tee or take a drop.

Hole Nine

This high-risk, high-reward par 5 favors the bold. For the best angle to clear the 50-yard ravine that crosses the fairway, tee-off towards the right, taking care to avoid a string of deep bunkers. Negotiate that, and the fairway's downward slope will chase your ball to the front of the green.

Hole Ten

A receptive green anchors this dogleg right par 4. For a conservative approach, aim for the right and take advantage of generous collection areas. Looking to attack? Challenge the bunker on the righthand side of the fairway before making a play for the green.

Hole Eleven

To exploit the contour of the fairway, this challenging par 4 needs to be set up with an aggressive shot towards the right. Once settled, aim for the left-center of the green, regardless of pin placement — its general slope runs from left to right.

Hole Twelve

Clocking in at 358 yards from the black tees, this par 4 opens with a clear fairway. Don’t let the short distance fool you, though; with its well-protected, rolling green, this hole is deceptively difficult. Pull out your short irons and focus on controlling your distance.

Hole Thirteen

Change your shot depending on pin position: If it's in front or right-of-center of the green, play the upper-left portion of the fairway for a solid approach; if it's center or back, challenge the right with your driver for a shorter shot. Hit well, and you could make up for lost ground on this bunkerless hole.

Hole Fourteen

Aggression is the only way to secure a strong approach shot. A conservative opening drive can complicate things later in the hole. To avoid this, aim left from the teebox: You'll bring bunkers into play, but if you clear them, you'll find the green exposed.

Hole Fifteen

Marked by a center fairway bunker and raised bunker complexes along the green, this devilish par 4 will test your short and middle iron play. Use the left side of the fairway bunker as a guiding line off the tee, and play the yardage for carry.

Hole Sixteen

The only par 3 on the back nine plays into a prevailing left-to-right wind. However, it offers an opportunity to spark a comeback: Despite being well-guarded and sloping left-to-right, this hole's elevated green features plenty of room on the right side to save par.

Hole Seventeen

Uphill. Dogleg left. Par 5. 600 yards. Our signature hole is among the most difficult we have to offer. That being said, it isn't an insurmountable challenge. Steer clear of the left-hand fairway bunkers to set up your approach, and play the yardage to avoid falling for the green's false front.

Hole Eighteen

Our closing hole encourages players to challenge its dogleg and carry its bunkers. Finish strong with some aggressive play; go too conservatively off the tee, and you'll face a longer approach shot. Still, don't forget your accuracy, as any errant shot will make for a difficult par.