This website is affiliated with The Friends of George Wright, a non-profit citizens advocacy group formed in 2004 to
preserve and enhance the George Wright Golf Course in collaboration with the Mayor and the Parks Department of the City
of Boston. You can learn more about the Friends of George Wright by clicking here.
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George Wright Golf Course was designed by the great Donald Ross as one of President Franklin Delano Roosevelt's
Works Progress Administration (WPA) projects in the 1930s. The course is named in honor of George Wright who was not
only a Hall of Fame baseball player with the Cincinnati Reds, but who is also credited as a leader in introducing golf to the
Boston Area around the turn of the century. To learn more about George Wright, click the link below.
Baseball Hall of Fame
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Check out the new pictures of the work being done on the 1st and 2nd holes