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Course Winter Updates 

Sun. 1/29
with Carts available

OPEN Daily 

@ 11am


   We will be Open Year Round  & open to the Public.

We appreciate everyone's support this season also & hope to see everyone over the Winter.

Pro Shop
Monday- Friday             8am-4pm
Saturday & Sunday    8am-4pm
Restaurant (Open 7 days a week)
Sunday-Thursday    11am-4pm
Friday&Saturday   11am-8
Reservations Recommended ; but not required

Welcome to the Hazelton Golf Club

Located in scenic Rehoboth, Massachusetts, Hazelton is the site of the former Sun Valley Country Club.  Only 10 minutes from Providence, our 6,740-yard, par 70, golf course has been restored to its original Geoffrey Cornish design.  Players of all skill levels will find our renovated greens and tees a pleasure to play.

Old Golf Balls
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About Hazelton Golf Club

The Hazelton Course sits on an expansive 264 acres.  The newly renovated course offers a selection of 6 rated tees providing lengths that are suitable for players of all ages and abilities.  Todd Bechtel, our golf course Superintendent, brings extensive knowledge and years of experience to Hazelton.  Todd and his team have been working diligently with a former Geoffrey Cornish architect to restore our golf course to the original Cornish design.  Reconstruction began in December, 2015, and includes all new greens, tees, bunkers, irrigation and drainage. 


At its longest, the course provides a challenging par 70 layout that plays to 6,740 yards.  For an entirely different experience, the course has a rated 3,145-yard par 58 layout.  This shorter course is perfect for both beginners as well as more experienced golfers who wish to sharpen, and challenge, their short game.  In between there are rated tees playing to 6,401, 6,070, and 5,092, all at par 70.  Additionally, there is a rated tee playing to 4,746 yards with a par of 68.  Following golf, enjoy a cocktail or great food in our completely renovated club house.



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