Cape Cod is well known for its historical attractions, quaint shops and fantastic beaches, but its also well regarded for its simplistic natural beauty and breathtaking views, and clearly Eastward Ho Country Club is no exception. This extraordinary destination is one of dozens of golf courses in the area, but quickly rises to the top of any golf enthusiast’s list.
The private, member-owned club is found in Chatham, jutting into Pleasant Bay with dramatic hills and unmatched ocean and bay views from virtually every hole. From the low 15th hole down by the beach to the third hole, perched high above, there’s simply nothing like playing a round of golf at Eastward Ho.
First opened to golfers in the early 1920s, the Eastward Ho golf course was renovated just over a decade ago, bringing the course back to its original design, one that has welcomed members and their guests for generations. Explained as the oldest style of golf course in the world, the location is a links course, located in coastal areas atop sandy soil. Wind is another factor here, one that makes the game that much more challenging for golfers along the Cape.
Packed with fantastic views and thrilling golf, the family-friendly location is just as entertaining off the greens, with its recently renovated clubhouse providing both casual and fine dining options for members and guests. From private cocktail parties to large gatherings on the terrace or from within a lounge overlooking Pleasant Bay, the location exudes the appeal of gracious amenities and extraordinary scenery at every turn.
Located off Fox Hill Road in Chatham, the impressive venue of Eastward Ho Country Club continues to attract and delight members, surrounded by the exquisite beauty of Cape Cod, from the rolling hills and tree-topped terrain, to the magical scenery of Pleasant Bay.