MARSHFIELD, Mass. (WBZ NewsRadio) — Celebrating fifty years in business, the Green Harbor Golf Club in Marshfield is teeing off on a new driving range this summer, designed to add a layer of accuracy to veteran and new golfers alike.
The range uses Toptracer technology, which tracks each shot through a camera setup and gives golfers feedback and statistics on their shot at each bay.
"It's a place you can really hone your skills, refine your swing, and you feel more comfortable to actually go and play golf," GHGC Board Chairman John Harrington said.
Harrington says that the family-run course is looking to modernize, with another example being the GHGC's new facility "Winslow's Kitchen, Bar & Range," featuring a full-service commercial kitchen, outside patio, dining room, and bar.
Harrington says the GHGC is aiming to open the sixteen Toptracer bays in the coming weeks.
"There's all kinds of mini games programmed in here for both the hardcore golfer and also people who just want to get exposure to games of golf," said GHGC Manager Jordan Lamothe. The driving range's technology also brings the ball straight to the player to hit quick drives.
WBZ's Brooke McCarthy (@BrookeWBZ) reports.