Golf in North End

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Rocky Hill

$40 $20

Discounted access to 40 golf courses; saves playbook holders an average of $25 per round

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Rolling Greens Golf Club

Rocky Hill

$80 $39

Golfers play the 9-hole course twice for 18-hole round, allowing them a 2nd chance to master the narrow fairways, large greens, and bunkers

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Westwoods Golf Course

Farmington

$88.28 $45

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

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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

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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

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The Blandford Club

Blandford

$60 $30

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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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Short Beach Golf Course

Stratford

$70 $35

Golfers of all stripes shave strokes off their scorecard at a beachside 9-hole, par-3 layout

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Performance Club Works

Brookfield

$50 $25

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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

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Jim Fenner Golf Professional

Multiple Locations

$100 $49

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

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Kevin Ballato - Golf Instructor

Multiple Locations

$140 $69

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

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Studio Golf

Wilton

$60 $29

PGA professional Angelo Lopiano helps clients aged 3 and older improve their mechanics and learn new game-play strategies

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Centennial Golf Club

Carmel Hamlet

$100 $59

27-hole championship course leads golfers across a multitude of landscapes as they make their way over hilly fairways with lush greenery

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At Keney Golf Course, players follow an emerald track chiseled into the heavily wooded terrain of the 694-acre Keney Park. Devereaux Emmet and Alfred M. Tull unveiled their course design in 1927, inviting golfers to challenge their skills on the 18-hole, 6,014-yard layout. Along the way, golfers encounter an intersecting stream, dense forest groves, and a cemetery that borders several holes, but none of the quicksand bunkers incorporated by the original architects.

Course at a Glance

  • 18-hole, par 70
  • Total length of 6,014 yards from the back tees
  • Rating of 68.1 from the back tees
  • Slope of 115 from the back tees
  • Three sets of tees
280 Tower Ave
Hartford,
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

The 18-hole course at The Tradition at Windsor showcases a design that features emerald chutes enveloped by dense forest. The 6,068-yard layout recently received a major renovation by Roger Rulewich, former chief architect for legendary designer Robert Trent Jones, Sr. The course now features repositioned and reshaped bunkers, rendering it more enjoyable, difficult, and suited for sunbathing in the sand. Though the bunkers may look slightly different, most of the course's original splendor remains.

On the fourth hole, golfers can lay up short of the pond that lies just beyond the end of the fairway, leaving a mid- to short-iron onto the elevated green. On the 18th-hole finale, players must bypass a stream that cuts the par 5 in half, then lay up at the bottom of a large hill rather than trying to reach the green in two or waiting for tectonic plate shifts to make it more approachable.

Course at a Glance:

  • 18-hole, par 71 course
  • Total length of 6,068 yards from the back tees
  • Course rating of 69.8 from the back tees
  • Course slope of 119 from the back tees
  • Three sets of tees per hole
147 Pigeon Hill Road
Windsor,
CT
US

A Hartford community staple since it was sculpted around the 1930s, Goodwin Park Golf Course peppers the countryside with 27 holes of various challenges. The main 18-hole, 6,015 yard course weaves among trees and gentle hills, offering three sets of tees for different handicaps, while a shorter 9-hole executive layout lets golfers squeeze in a round before their magic driver turns back into a useless tent pole.

Course at a Glance:

  • 18-hole, par 70 course
  • Length of 6,015 yards from the farthest tees
  • Course rating of 68.6 from the farthest tees
  • Slope rating of 119 from the farthest tees
  • Three tee options
  • Scorecard

1130 Maple Ave
Hartford,
CT
US

When Arnold Palmer’s architectural firm set out to design the 18-hole course at Gillette Ridge Golf Club, it incorporated a long, wooded layout that would showcase the 19th-century politician and reformer Francis Gillette’s original homestead. Today, the course continues to showcase its beautifully crafted layout that has maintained the elegance of a bygone era while opting to share its charming characteristics with the public. Gillette Ridge welcomes all golfers to take on the blistering 7,191-yard tract that integrates groves of mature trees, placid water hazards, and white-sand bunkers that surround contoured greens.

Much of the course's difficulty comes from its length, as demonstrated on the par 5 seventh and 12th holes, which stretch 612 yards and 607 yards from the tips, respectively. Both holes make it nearly impossible to reach the green in two, though for different reasons: the seventh green prevents run-ups with a front side stream, whereas the 12th hole has an early dogleg right that demands more conservative tee shots and golf carts that are pro-environment. The course's premium on distance continues right through the finishing hole, a par 4, 478-yard straightaway that splits two fairway bunkers and forces players to carry the green's front side pond on their approach shot or hope that a friendly frog will lend a lily pad for safe passage. Three practice putting greens, two practice bunkers, and an all-grass driving range provide ample space for golfers to stretch their swings before rounds.

After rounds, players can unwind in Gillette Ridge’s 6,000-square-foot clubhouse, where the course restaurant serves up sandwiches such as the philly cheesesteak and chicken-salad sliders, and starters such as Maryland crab cakes and quesadillas—the late Mrs. Gillette’s specialty that has carried on since the 19th century.

Course at a Glance:

  • 18-hole, par 72 course

  • Total length of 7,191 yards from the back tees

  • Course rating of 74.8 from the back tees

  • Course slope of 135 from the back tees

  • Four sets of tees per hole

  • Scorecard

1360 Hall Blvd
Bloomfield,
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 Street
East Hartford,
CT
US