For many golfers, the Fall season is one of the most popular times of the year to get out on the golf course. Fall weather is perfectly crisp – not too hot or too cold and offers absolutely stunning scenery with the bright foliage colors. Not to mention, the Fall season is a great time to find awesome deals on some of the best courses in Cape Cod, as every course is approaching the end of the season. 

While there are countless beautiful locations in New England to golf during the Fall, Cape Cod definitely stands as one of the best places to visit and spend a day out on the course. On top of being home to some of the most scenic and aesthetically pleasing golf courses in the area, the Cape is filled with so many wonderful attractions that you can enjoy – with less tourist traffic! Not to mention, there is a great climate down the Cape all year long, making it easier to play golf for longer periods of time. 

With more than 40 golf courses, beautiful waterfront views, delicious seafood, and so much more, what else could you ask for?!

Some of our favorite courses to check out in the Cape Cod area:

Ocean Edge Resort & Golf Club. 

Ocean Edge Cape Cod


At Ocean Edge Resort & Golf Club, you can enjoy Cape Cod’s only Nicklaus Design golf course. Ocean Edge offers a private 18-hole, Troon Privé course, as well as Stay and Play packages if you are planning on visiting Ocean Edge regularly. Their course opens with a short par 4 that features a generous landing area and an undulating green, while their closing hole encourages players to challenge its dogleg and carry its bunkers. In addition to a gorgeous course, Ocean Edge also offers family-friendly packages, encouraging golfers to take their game to the next level. Whether you are looking for private instruction sessions or junior golf camps, the Ocean Edge team will help get you to exactly where you want to be! And Ocean Edge is a great place to consider for any charity and group golf outings, whether you are looking to book an outing for personal or professional reasons. 

Dennis Pines.

Dennis Pines Cape Cod

Dennis Pines is a par seventy-two, seven-thousand-yard championship golf course that is situated on 170 beautiful acres of pine forest land in the Village of East Dennis. It was designed by Henry C. Mitchell and has been opened since 1966, offering one of the toughest layouts on Cape Cod. Throughout the course, water comes into play on four holes, and the twelfth hole specifically is recognized as one of the most difficult par fives that you will encounter! Dennis Pines features a practice green, expansive driving range with all-weather mats, prepaid advance tee times, a complete pro shop, as well as tournament planning and golf lessons.  

Highland Links.

Highland Links

Highland Links is one of Cape Cod’s oldest golf courses, and one of the most scenic as well! It is located in North Truro and is one of America’s golf treasures, perched along the windswept bluffs overlooking the Atlantic directly next to the vintage Highland Light. Highland Links was founded circa 1892-1898, and the original “Highland House of Golf Links” was part of an ocean and cottage resort that was operated by a small family in Truro. Back in the day, this golf course was promoted as “2000 yards around… in attractiveness not equaled in the New England coast.”

In 1955, the links were refurbished by owner, Hal Conklin, and Highland Links ultimately became Federal property in the 1960’s. Today, Highland Links presents 2,644 yards of golf for a par of 35 through nine holes. Highland Links also offers the opportunity for golfers to join one of their ongoing leagues, or even start their own if it is of interest.