The nice thing about this course is that its an inexpensive little 9 hole course that you can do in a couple hours- walking or with a cart. It has a small driving range, and a cute little cafe with a deck you can sit on. The club house feels like youre in someone's home, quaint and clean.
The thing i didnt like... there really isnt a single hole that doesnt involve a hill....soemtimes a very large hill. its really tough terrain. Lots of angles, steep slopes, not necessarily the best course if you're just starting out in the sport.
Great 9 hole course! Terrain makes it a bit tricky on some holes, but that's part of the fun. Staff is super friendly and course is well maintained. One of my favorite courses in CT.
Challenging, well-maintained 9 hole course. Par is 36, so it is a full size course with a couple of long Par 5's, and some very tricky terrain to deal with. Staff was very friendly and welcoming. Small restaurant looks homey. This was a very pleasant surprise of a course. We are going back, even though it is 45 minutes from home, and there are a lot of choices here in CT.
Great 9 hole course. Extremely well maintained, and one of the cheapest around. 2 par fives and extremely fun. The course is always in good shape, and they just redid the club house and it looks fantastic. All new wood, fully loaded bar and food. Definitely a place to check out.
An old man told me he's been coming here for 40 years, and that they used to call it "The Rock Pile." Not a term of endearment by any means. But I can report that things have improved greatly since the age of disco. This is a pleasant 9-hole course located right between the boondocks, and the middle of nowhere.
It's a par-36, so you can have the full-size golf course experience by going around twice. And the nine holes are nice. Of particular interest are the par-5 5th, with a 100-foot drop from approach to green, and the par-4 6th, only 263 yards, but a near 90 degree dog leg right.
There's a putting green and driving range for your convenience, and the little clubhouse is nice, with rudimentary foodstuffs and beer. Only complaint is that it seems a bit expensive. $30 for 18 holes is not the best value in the state. The Hartford and East Hartford courses will take much less of your money for a similar experience.