Thirty minutes outside of Boston sits a pair of golf courses – one ball, one disc – owned and operated by a brewery, the first of its kind in Massachusetts. As they say, craft beer and golf are paired beautifully here.
Let the good times flow.
Tree House, a Charlton, Massachusetts-based brewer, acquired the 25-year-old Tewksbury Country Club about a year ago and started offering tee times earlier this summer.
The course is just nine holes but the beer theme is strong on this property. And if disc golf is your thing, you may want to give Spencer Austin Oakholm Brewing Company’s 18-hole disc course a stroll. You can pay $10 for a round or $15 for the day.
Spencer Austin designed the course, with work starting after the brewery opened in 2019.
“We figured it would take us six or eight months to throw in a course,”” he told the Worcester Telegram & Gazette. “Three and a half years later we finally finished it.”
The Tree House clubhouse has more than 40 beers on tap but you don’t have to wait till your round is over to find some cold suds.
After the fourth hole, there’s a sign that guides golfers to a beer trailer.
Tee times on the golf course are only available on weekdays for now and they only want you to play nine holes. The course operators at the Tree House indicated they want to get a full season managing a golf course under their belts before opening up the tee sheet.