Enjoy Scenic Golf In The Berkshires At Cranwell Resort
Renowned for its outstanding natural beauty, Cranwell Resort’s historic 18-hole Massachusetts golf course combines spectacular views with challenging golf. This magnificent course was built by Wayne Stiles and John Van Kleek in 1926 on the site of the original Berkshire Hunt Club. Magnificent views, tree-lined fairways and naturally contoured greens have been carefully preserved over the years since the beautiful Berkshire golf course was built.
Cranwell golf course is open to the public. Membership is also available and includes advance tee times, complimentary driving range use and access to our spa, Fitness Center and pool, as well as shopping and dining discounts. One of New England’s most popular and respected golf destinations, Cranwell Resort, Spa and Golf Club in the Berkshires is the perfect location for a relaxing vacation, a round with friends or a special event.
Enjoy award-winning golf in the Berkshires:
- Rated 4.5 Stars by 2012 New England Golf Guide
- "Best Places to Play," Golf Digest
- "100 Must-Play Courses of New England", Golf Styles Boston magazine
- "Best Spa for Golf," Spa Finder Reader's Choice Award
Our Massachusetts golf course features:
- Par 69 golf course
- Daily play open to the public
- Full, Midweek and Twilight memberships
- Fully equipped Golf Shop - special orders upon request
- Top quality rental equipment
- 12-acre driving range
- Two practice putting greens
- Practice area designed for pitching, chipping and bunker shots
- Private lessons, junior programs and half or full-day clinics
- Unlimited Golf Getaway Packages
Director of Golf
David Strawn has been the PGA head Professional at Cranwell Resort, Spa and Golf Club since 1994. He began his career as an assistant professional at The Banyon Golf Club in West Palm Beach, Florida and then in Palm Beach at the prestigious five star resort, The Breakers. David was elected to the PGA as a Class "A" member, while working at Birchwood Country Club in Westport, Connecticut.
"The well-kept eighteen hole golf course has an outstanding reputation for excellence... The photographs give but a faint conception of the great beauty of the scenes that envelop the players over the length of the entire course. The stimulating mountain air is a very real factor in furthering the enjoyment of the player." – Berkshires Hunt and Country Club pamphlet, circa 1920