About Fenway Golf Club:

Initially named Fenimore Country Club, Devereux Emmet designed the club's first 18-hole course as well as a 9-hole "Bijou" course (five par 3's and four par 4's) for women.

The big course was replaced in 1924 by an A. W. Tillinghast layout and was considered one of his finest.

In 1936 the club was reorganized by its members and became known as Fenway Golf Club.

Fenway is best-known for its greens, many of which are pear-shaped and sloping back to front, with deep bunkers protecting narrow entrances, all trademarks of the Tillinghast genius. The par-five third hole is the Club's centerpiece. The drive must avoid three fairway bunkers, and the second shot a nest of four bunkers. The elevated green is two-tiered, the higher right side set behind a pair of huge bunkers.

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