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This course is in bad part of town. After my round on a medicore course, I reported my car being broken into and my luggage (visiting from out of town and headed straight to the course) with all my personal items stolen. Course management said...More
i haven't played Triggs for awhile and was very pleasantly surprised at how good the conditions were. Right up there with some of the local private clubs. Really enjoyed the round which we finished in just a little over 4 hours. Highly reccommended.
We played here today.
Course was designed by Donald Ross and opened in 1933!!
Course was in great condition and the greens were tough but true. It's a tree lined course with wide fairways and though a little long on some holes it was fun...More
I haven't played the course and can only comment on the practice facilities. Generally speaking, it's a 2-3 star kind of experience - nothing fancy, and the range looks pretty run down. BUT they do let you hit off of real grass rather than mats....More
it has been awhile but the course is one of the busies in the state
who would think a course right in the middle of the state and in a city loaded with homes and a college to border is long and hilly course
I used to play in a league here but then retired and moved south. It's a good - I could almost say a great course. It's an old Donald Ross course with a good mix of holes. Over the years it has been improved greatly....More
Summertime in RI means many things to all however to a golfer it means only one thing. GOLF. The season can be rather short so there is an abundance of tournaments that takes place. By far the best place to hold a tournament is Triggs....More
Triggs' layout is one of the best in the region. Donald Ross' signatures are found throughout the 18 holes -- strategically placed mounds, yawning sand traps, and extra large greens with tremendous undulation. The only down-side is its popularity, which makes it hard to get...More