Golf in Ellington

Up to 56% Off at Mill Valley Golf Links

Mill Valley Golf

Belchertown

$78 $39

18-hole course includes novel holes such as a par-four with a tee box perched 200 feet above the fairway and a 240-yard par 3

Up to 51% Off at The Blandford Club

The Blandford Club

Blandford

$60 $30

Beginner-friendly course situated in the Connecticut River Valley; no tee time required

Up to 51% Off at Westwoods Golf Course

Westwoods Golf Course

Farmington

$88.28 $45

18-hole course demands accuracy and consistency as golfers weave around bunkers and over rivers and lakes

Up to 56% Off at Northampton Country Club

Northampton Country Club

Northampton

$78 $39

Course built in 1898 comprises nine holes with wide fairways, small greens, and four sets of tees for various skill levels

Up to 43% Off at Hickory Ridge Golf Club

Hickory Ridge Golf Club

South Amherst

$78 $45

Densely forested areas line fairways & greens on 18-hole course with intersecting stream that comes into play on roughly nine holes

Up to 48% Off Golf for Two or Four

Farmingbury Hills Golf Course

Wolcott

$80 $45

Nine-hole course emulates a full 18-hole layout with variations such as separate tee boxes, greens, and pars

Up to 58% Off Golf Lessons 

Jim Fenner Golf Professional

Multiple Locations

$100 $49

Seasoned golf ace Jim Fenner harnesses video swing analysis to address client-specific needs in lessons

Up to 51% Off Private Golf Lessons

Kevin Ballato - Golf Instructor

Multiple Locations

$140 $69

Golf instructor helps players develop their driving, pitching, and chipping skills during private lessons

Up to 50% Off at Edge Hill Golf Course

Edge Hill Golf Course

Ashfield

$70 $35

Nine scenic holes built on the site of a former dairy safe, with nine more holes set to open in June

Up to 78% Off a Card for 10 Rounds of Golf

Mass Tour Card

Multiple Locations

$450 $99

The pass grants golfers one round at 10 area courses, including Maplegate Country Club and The Bay Pointe Club

Up to 42% Off at Gary's Golf School

Gary's Golf School

Banner Country Club

$85 $49

Gary Broadwell imparts corrective advice for swing mechanics and technique as beginners make strides toward lower scores

Up to 56% Off at Gardner Municipal Golf Course

Gardner Municipal Golf Course

Gardner

$204 $89

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18-hole, par 71 course takes golfers circling the north end of Crystal Lake while aiming shots between tree lines and over water hazards

Up to 54% Off Golf Lessons

The Learning Center at Triggs Memorial Golf Course

Mount Pleasant

$300 $149

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Players hone swings, short game, and course strategy under tutelage of PGA member and Rhode Island PGA Teacher of the Year Bob Tramonti

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Spooky, undead monsters and lively tunes combine to create a jovial atmosphere inside Monster Mini Golf's 10,000-square-foot, glow-in-the-dark course. As players navigate the 18 mind-boggling holes, a DJ spins tunes to awaken tone-deaf monsters, occasionally doling out prizes to golfers for reasons ranging from "craziest hair" to "smoothest celebration after a hole in eight." And after a wacky session of putting, guests can flex their thumb muscles inside a decked-out video arcade lined with both classic and modern games.

20 Main St
Windsor Locks,
CT
US

East Windsor Golf & Track is North Central Connecticut's premier family entertainment center. We have several attractions including Go-Karts, an Extreme Air Jumper, a Golf Practice Range, and an Ice Cream Parlor. We also offer Birthday Parties, Group Outings, and Fundraisers.

20 North Rd
East Windsor,
CT
US

Called America's Best New Public Course Under $75 in 2006 by Golf Digest, King Carter’s course of scenic fairways and championship tees challenges ball-smackers of every strength. Up to two golfers can club through King Carter’s par 71 greenery (up to $49 value each), which features up to 6,818 yards of majestic vineyard views. King Carter’s Old World–inspired course design invites golfers with its natural woods, glistening streams, dramatic contours, and sand traps hosting life-size dioramas of The Iliad. Game-day golfers will also receive two small buckets of range balls (a $3 value each) to practice at King Carter’s 20 station tees and short-game area, plus a cart for cruising the fairways. After swinging their way across the well-tended turf, metal-rod-wielders can mend fatigued physiques with a meal fit for a summer camper: chips, a bottle of soda, and a choice of a hot dog, hamburger, or cheeseburger (an $8 value).

147 Pigeon Hill Road
Windsor,
CT
US

A recreational destination since Devereax Emmet and Alfred M. Tull sculpted it into the East Hartford countryside in 1930, Long Hill Country Club’s 18-hole course unfurls 6,014 yards of manicured fairways and greens. Mature trees form a path along the par 70, impeding golf balls that stray to the rough in a short-sighted search for a soft landing. The course features three tee options to appeal to golfers of all abilities.

Course at a Glance:

  • 18-hole, par 70 course
  • Length of 6,014 yards from the farthest tees
  • Course rating of 68.1 from the farthest tees
  • Slope rating of 115 from the farthest tees
  • Three tee options
  • Scorecard

130 Long Hill St
East Hartford,
CT
US

Edward and Kristine Mele were driving their son to baseball practice one day when a downpour caused the team to relocate to indoor batting cages. This serendipitous change led the Mele family past Sand Trap Mini Golf, which was derelict and for sale. Within a week, the Meles owned the course. Gathering up their sons, daughters, siblings, and friends, the couple renovated the grounds, removing the debris and haunted windmills that littered the place. Today, Sand Trap's gleaming 18-hole course draws families and friends outdoors to revel in spirited competition. As they progress through the course, Coca-Cola beverages and Blue Bunny ice cream help visitors keep cool and stop them from burrowing into a bunker hidden beneath the 18th hole.

1399 Suffield St
Agawam,
MA
US

At Agawam Municipal Golf Course, an American flag billows high above the pristine white clubhouse's back porch, where players can quaff postround drinks as they watch their peers hole out and head in for the day. The 18-hole course drapes over rolling hills marked by dense forest along each fairway, forcing players to keep their drives straight or risk having their golf balls snatched by hungry Sasquatches.

Course at a Glance:

  • 18-hole, par 71 course
  • Total length of 6,099 yards from the back tees
  • Course rating of 67 from the back tees
  • Course slope of 110 from the back tees
  • Four sets of tees per hole

128 Southwick St.
Feeding Hills,
MA
US