2017 Connecticut Golf Club Card
Manchester Country Club: Manchester Country Club opened in 1917 originally designed by two famous golf course designers from the early part of the 20th Century; Tom Bendelow and Deveroux Emmet.Our golf course totals 6,167 challenging yards from the white markers, which are rated at 69.7. Manicured bunkers placed strategically about the fairways and greens demand concentration, skill and a fair amount of local knowledge to score well. Come play Manchester Country Club not only due to the great condition our golf course but for good times, good people and good fun.
Shennecossett: Shennecossett is a historic 18-hole public golf course designed by Donald Ross. Located on beautiful Long Island Sound and the Thames River, the course features dramatic views and a chance to spot a tall ship or a US submarine at sail. Founded in 1898, Shennecossett remains a top New England golfing destination
Tower Ridge: Nestled next to Talcott Mountain and the Heublein Tower the 18-hole course at Tower Ridge Country Club in Simsbury, Connecticut is one of the most picturesque golf courses. Featuring 6,416 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 70, water comes into play on 5 of the 18 holes making a challenging course for beginners and professional golfers alike. The course rating is 71.5 and it has a slope rating of 130. Designed by Geoffrey S. Cornish, ASGCA, the Tower Ridge golf course opened in 1959 as a private club. Today, Tower Ridge still has many members but is also open for public daily fee play.
Quarry Ridge: Quarry Ridge Golf Course sits high on a hill with views of the Connecticut River, tremendous ledge outcroppings and the Meshomasic State Forest, making Quarry Ridge an 18-hole golf course in one of the most spectacular settings you will find anywhere. In fact you will find yourself thinking you are in Vermont, New Hampshire or Maine. Come play Quarry Ridge where everyone will enjoy the golf, spectacular views, a great restaurant and a banquet facility that specializes in golf outings.
Black Birch: Situated on 200+ acres of breathtaking and scenic Connecticut countryside, Banner Country Club is a 6015-yard, Par-72 18-hole course that provides a fun, yet challenging experience for all golfing and handicap levels with its combination of wooded and open fairway holes set in the rolling hills of Moodus, CT. Black Birch Golf Club is staffed by golf enthusiasts that can assist you with starting times, tournaments, and instruction. The club offers a well-stocked pro shop, private lessons, youth and adult clinics, in addition to hosting tournaments, leagues, and events.
Blue Fox Run: Hartford golfers who haven't played Avon's Blue Fox Run recently will be in for quite a surprise when they do return. This picturesque course along the Farmington River, in the shadows of Talcott Mountains, now features 27 holes that allow for three distinct 18-hole layouts. You can now choose from the challenging par- 72 White-Blue layout and its lengthy 7,025 yards. Or, you can opt for two other combinations, each just over 6,200 yards and a par-70.