Cherry Hill Golf Course is a 9 hole municipal facility located in the Town of Amherst, Massachusetts.
Built in 1963, the course was designed by David Maxson and is set on some of the most beautiful land in the Connecticut River Valley. Players enjoy an incredible scenic view of the Berkshire Hills from the upper course. Among other terrain, the course features ponds, wetlands, and a variety of trees, birds and wildlife.
The Course is a short distance from the University of Massachusetts and within walking distance of the Mill River Recreation area. Paths along the course connect to both the Mill River Conservation Trails and the 42 mile Robert Frost Trail System.
In the table below, the first two rows show the yardage of each hole on the course from the different tee markers. The bottom two rows show the number of strokes for handicap and par. Please note that if there are two numbers in one column, the first is for the White & Blue markers and the second is for the Red markers.