Northeast Golf Company Takes Over Operations of Bristol Golf Course

Northeast Golf Company is taking over operations of Bristol Golf Course, 

The nine-hole par-3 course, now known as Bristol Golf Park, is located at Tupelo Street.

Northeast Golf Company, owned by Robert McNeil, also owns and operates Kings Crossing, among other courses across New England. 

PHOTO: Town of Bristol

While the course and greens are rounding into shape, there is still work to do. 

Northeast Golf Company and the town are in the process of figuring out the parking situation  and a starter/bathroom area. 

PHOTO: Vigilant Brewing

“We promise the town residents and the entire golf community — whether you’re into golf, foot golf, disc golf or maybe even golf under the lights — you will not be disappointed with our outside the box vision to transform this course into something special, with a fresh start,” writes Vigilant Brewing, a partner in the project. 

The course is expected to be ready for the 2023 season.

Partnership with Vigilant Brewing 

Bristol Golf Park has no restaurant or bar, it is just a golf course. 

The park is partnering with Vigilant Brewing, which is just down the street, to serve drinks for golfers who come strolling in. 

“Partnering with golf course architect, owner and operator, Robert McNeil, we are confident that the Bristol Golf Park will offer a great experience to all. Our partnership with Robert and the Northeast Golf Company brings knowledge and experience to the management of the golf park. Together we will ensure that the golf course thrives in course conditions, day-to-day operations and as a valuable asset to beautiful Bristol, Rhode Island,” writes Vigilant Brewing. 

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