Connecticut State Golf Association
35 Cold Spring Road
Rocky Hill 860-257-4171
Golfers who are new to Connecticut will find this organization to be helpful on many levels. The State Golf Association offers complete information on the sport including the location of public and private courses, handicapping, course rating, the calendar for state golf championships, youth programs, and seminars.

Connecticut’s Online
Golf Community
Explore on-line information about golf courses and golfing events through the state at this informative website. Also available on this website for a nominal charge is the CTGolfer Yearbook that includes a course directory and schedules for all Connecticut golf organizations.

Ten Outstanding Public Courses
Although many seasoned golfers would select some of the state’s private courses as their top choices for enjoyable and playable fairways, Connecticut also provides some spectacular public greens. The Richter Park Golf Course, for example, is not only the state’s first choice in a public course, it has been ranked among America’s Top 25.

Candlewood Valley Club
401 Danbury Road
New Milford 860-354-9359
One of the state’s finest courses offers a walker-friendly, primarily flat terrain.

Cedar Knob Golf Course
446 Billings Road
Somers 860-749-3550
Designed by Geoffrey Cornish, this course demands power and placement.

Norwich Golf Club
685 New London Turnpike
Norwich 860-889-6973
Constructed in 1931, this historic William Tull-designed course is a study in classical golf course architecture.

Pequabuck Golf Club
56 School Street
Pequabuck 860-583-7307
Maintaining a semi-private status has been instrumental in the preservation of this course as one of the state’s best-kept golfing secrets. Pequabuck is conveniently located near Bristol.

Quarry Ridge Golf Club
9 Rose Hill Road
Portland 860-342-6113
As a course that has often been dubbed as a “bit of Vermont in Connecticut,” Quarry Ridge offers abrupt elevation changes and scenic wonders.

Richter Park Golf Course
100 Aunt Hack Road
Danbury 203-792-2550
Enjoying a long reign as the No. 1 public course in the state, Richter Park combines breathtaking natural beauty with excellent shotmaking values.

Skungamaug River Golf Club
104 Folly Lane
Coventry 860-742-9348
This classic short country golf course favors accuracy over length.

H. Smith Richardson Golf Course
2425 Morehouse Highway
Fairfield 203-255-7300
The well-conditioned layout that features undulating greens has proven its ability to stand up well to heavy play.

Tallwood Country Club
91 North Street
Hebron 860-646-1151
Attractive layout includes generous landing areas for increased confidence.

Whitney Farms Golf Club
175 Shelton Road
Monroe 203-268-0707
This challenging course includes abundant water with one lagoon-lined fairway.

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