Designed by world renowned course designers, Roger Rulewich and Dave Fleury, Meadow Brook is a spectacular course with rolling fairways and many elevations. At Par 72 and 7400 yards from the back tees, it is the longest public course in Rhode Island. With large greens, beautifully sculptured bunkers and strategically placed water, Meadow Brook is not only challenging but picturesque. But don't let its beauty distract you - as it will require your full attention throughout. Challenging - yes, but with 5 sets of tees and no forced carries, Meadow Brook is ideal for golfers of all levels. This flexibility not only makes the game enjoyable, but also allows golfers to use every club in their bag.
An interesting and well-designed layout, no two holes are alike. The longest hole, #15 (Par 5), plays over 600 yards from the back tees and 500 from the front tees. Rolling terrain leads to the green that is framed by some of the most beautiful trees on the property.
The signature hole is #10, a spectacular Par 3 over water that stretches to 202 yards. The elevated tee is surrounded by natural rock foundations and provides one of the most scenic views on the course.
While the fairways command your attention, the bentgrass greens are the heart of Meadow Brook. Large and with the ability to have multiple pin locations, each day is played differently as greenside bunkers, side slopes and contour play are taken into consideration. The putting surfaces, each uniquely contoured, add to the growing challenge of the course.
There is truly not a hole that can be labeled "poor". Every hole is unique providing golfers of all skill levels a fair challenge and even better scenery.
-New England Golf Monthly