• Join Ould Newbury Golf Club Today

    Join Ould Newbury Golf Club Today

    A club for all ages and playing abilities, Ould Newbury offers something for everyone. Read More
  • Ould Newbury - A Variety of Membership Levels

    Ould Newbury - A Variety of Membership Levels

    Whether you are a weekday or weekend golfer, ONGC has a membership level to fit your needs. Read More
  • The Pub at Ould Newbury

    The Pub at Ould Newbury

    Welcome to the all new Pub at Ould Newbury. Read More
  • ONGC Women's Golf

    ONGC Women's Golf

    Ould Nebwury Ladies' League is great for both beginner or experienced women golfers. Read More
  • ONGC's Junior Golf Program

    ONGC's Junior Golf Program

    Ould Newbury offers a fun, educational and competitive program for Juniors Read More
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5

Ould Newbury - 2021

OULD NEWBURY is planning to open to member play on Sunday, April 4th!


  • The course will only be open to MEMBERS ONLY on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.
  • Public play on Monday through Thursday (beginning Monday,April 5th - weather dependent)
  • Tee times are required for all players.
    • Members may make tee times 7 days in advance
    • Public may make tee times 2 days in advance.


08.02.2021 6:00 am - 1:00 pm
Yankee Homecoming Tournament
08.03.2021 9:00 am - 11:00 am
Junior Clinic (2 day)
08.04.2021 9:00 am - 11:00 am
Junior Clinic (2 day)
08.06.2021 9:00 am - 11:00 am
Junior Clinic (1 day)
08.07.2021 7:00 am - 12:00 pm
Men's Senior Club Championship

Aerial View

ONGC Satellite with holes

Hole 1

Most golf courses start you off with a relatively benign opening hole to allow you to find your swing before tackling the rest of the layout. Not so at Ould Newbury.

The first hole requires a long and accurate drive from an elevated tee, avoiding the out of bounds and Route 1, which runs down the entire right hand side of the fairway. You also need to stay away from the large willow trees that guard the left hand side of this hole. A good tee shot leaves you with a mid to long iron approach to a green guarded by traps to the right and a severe drop off to the left and rear. A par is an excellent start but don't be disappointed with a bogey.


1st Fairway

1st Fairway looking back towards the teeing ground (upper left)

Hole 2

If there is a birdie hole at Ould Newbury, this is it.

new 2 sign

A good drive followed by a reasonable fairway second shot should leave you with a wedge for your third shot to the elevated green of this short par 5. The longer hitters usually have a go at the green on their second shot. This green is relatively flat and free of bunkers but slopes from back to front and at times can be “sneaky quick” to putt so try and keep the ball below the hole.

2nd Fairway: Whatyou will be facing on our second shot

View from the 2nd Green looking back over the second fairway

Hole 3

Ould Newbury is well known for its small greens and this sharp dog leg left par 4 presents you with the first one.

new 3 sign

You can cut as much off the dog leg as you dare from the elevated tee but don't get too far left or you will be blocked by a group of large pines that protect the left side of this hole. A drive down the center will leave you with an approach shot of 150 to 160 yards to a small green protected by a bunker on the left. Be careful not to over club yourself coming in to this green - better to be ½ a club short than long.

3rd Tee

3rd Fairway

View from the 3rd Green down the fairway



Why Ould Newbury is Different

  • No matter what your playing ability, you will fit right in with Ould Newbury's friendly membership. It doesn't matter if you have been a member for 40 years or just joined last week - all members at Ould Newbury are like an extended family.
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3