Review: Keney Park Golf Course

Although the conditioning still needs some work, the recently renovated Keney Park stands out in a rather robust Hartford golf scene. At a great price, you’ll be able to appreciate some of the finest examples of classic golf architecture. In more ways than one, this course reminded me very much of a lite version of Bethpage. Hartford should be proud of their work here. … More Review: Keney Park Golf Course

Review: Shennecossett Golf Course

Course Name: Shennecossett Golf Course Designer: Donald Ross (1898) Location: Groton, Connecticut History: Originally founded in 1898 as a 4-hole course, and was lengthened to 18-holes in 1916 by famed golf architect Donald Ross. In 1969, the town of Groton bought Shennecossett and turned it into a public course. Many famous golfers have walked the course, and it has … More Review: Shennecossett Golf Course

Review: Lake of Isles (South Course)

Course Name: Lake of Isles (South Course) Designer: Rees Jones (2005) Location: North Stonington, Connecticut History: Designed in 2005 to complement the public North Course, the South Course is home to 298 members. Ranked number 4 in the state of Connecticut in 2016 Golf Digest (6 spots ahead of its sister course). Conditions: 8/10, Lake of Isles was in … More Review: Lake of Isles (South Course)

Review: Connecticut National Golf Club

Course Name: Connecticut National Golf Club Designer: Mike and Sally Donovan (1994), Mark Mungeam (Redesign, 2007) Location: Putnam, Connecticut History: Built in 1994 as Putnam Country Club, a private course. New owners hired Mark Mungeam in 2007 to revamp the course and made it public. Conditions: 7/10, Conditions were very good, especially for a public … More Review: Connecticut National Golf Club