Wintonbury Hills is a solid public course with great conditions and a strong reputation. However, I can’t help but feel like this course is overrated, and I’d rather save some money and play several other nearby courses. … More Review: Wintonbury Hills 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
The value and history at this classic seaside Donald Ross are hard to beat and I can’t think of many Connecticut public courses I’d rather play than Shennecossett. I highly recommend this course to anyone in Southern Rhode Island or Eastern Connecticut.
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Although conditioning and aesthetics are very strong, Lake of Isles South’s design fails to deliver and is a perfect example of the overly penal golf architecture that plagued the early 2000’s. Certainly play this course if you get the opportunity, but don’t be surprised if your score suffers with all these forced carries and hazards. … More Review: Lake of Isles (South Course)
Connecticut National is one of the better public options in all of New England and easily the best course in Northeastern Connecticut. Fun, affordable, and always in good shape, I recommend this off-the-beaten track course for golfers of all skill levels. … More Review: Connecticut National Golf Club