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Does anyone know of any clubs near Boston that has junior/intermediate/young professional memberships that aren't crazy expensive and you can become a member without parents there?
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Originally Posted by Fundip26 View Post

Does anyone know of any clubs near Boston that has junior/intermediate/young professional memberships that aren't crazy expensive and you can become a member without parents there?

I don't know every course in the area but I could think on it and look a few up. Two Questions:

1) Are you in the city, north, south, or west of it?

2) Country club country club, or just public/semi-private course that takes memberships?
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I am west of the city.  I am looking for either a country club country club or a semi private that isn't always jam packed.  I know there are many clubs that will do something for ages say 23-28 at "intermediate ages" for a few thousand dollars.  Curious if anyone knows of any.  I will be moving west of the city in the next few months and am hoping to get in somewhere this coming year.  Thank you.

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Off the top of my head, I'm pretty sure both Shining Rock and Marlborough CC offer deals like that.

On top of that, just Googling around is a good idea. Unless you're looking at really pricy, upscale courses like The Country Club, Brae Burn, Charles River, Framingham CC, etc. most places will offer solid membership deals for about $3,000, no matter age.

Cyprian Keyes is like that, Highfields, Norfolk Golf Club, (newly reopened) Shaker Hills. Part of it depends where you're living and how far you want to drive.
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Shining Rock's Superintendent is a member of this site. He might be able to answer some of your questions.

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Shining Rock's Superintendent is a member of this site. He might be able to answer some of your questions.

Yup. I also just checked their website, and it looks like they've removed the "executive"( or whatever it was) level. Still, full membership is about $3,000, so not too bad.
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I can't believe this is even a thread..LOL 

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I can't believe this is even a thread..LOL 

Did you wake up grumpy @BuckeyeNut ?  The OP sounds like he is new to the area and is asking locals a question.  If I was moving to KC, I might do the same with you.

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Originally Posted by Fundip26 View Post

Does anyone know of any clubs near Boston that has junior/intermediate/young professional memberships that aren't crazy expensive and you can become a member without parents there?

in all honesty....NO, I don't think one exists. Inside 128,is big bucks for anything, let alone golf. good luck.

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