NOTICE: Amplified music, bounce houses and other play equipment are NOT ALLOWED. Please call the park directly, before making a reservation, if you have questions regarding other rules and regulations. Additional information can also be found at: http://www.ct.gov/dep
The golf course at Laurel View Country Club was built in 1969. The golf course is a Jeffrey Cornish design and features eighteen golf holes carved out of the Connecticut landscape. The golf course measures almost 7000 yards from the championship tees. The golf course is designed to be played in a maximum of 4 hours and 30 minutes. The golf course is open year round, weather permitting.
The Golf Club at Oxford Greens features a muscular yet extremely fun and playable layout that seamlessly flows through 680 acres of natural beauty, breathtaking vistas, new residences and ever-changing terrain. The par-72 course provides five sets of tee markers that allow a variation in play from 5,200 to 7,200 yards. Each hole is uniquely designed to conform with its setting.
Description- Lyman Orchards Golf Club is recognized as one of CT's Top Ten Public Golf Courses and recently garnered national acclaim as one of 'Americas Best Courses' by the Zagat Survey. The Gary Player Course is sprinkled with deciduous trees and classic white pines. The routing of this course takes players through the apple orchards and offers ample elevation changes throughout the design.
Lyman Orchards Golf Club opened in 1969. Robert Trent Jones designed a championship golf course which is still the Monday qualifying site for the Buick Championship of the PGA Tour. The course is a player favorite with rolling hills on the front, varying dog legs on the back, and yardage from 6200 yards to over 7000 yards from the championship tees. The astute Jones characteristics make this a golf course you do not want to miss.