2021 Tournament Schedule

666 Tournament

Gentlemen,

For the 666 Tournament, please place your scorecard in the box below the sign up sheet inside, next to the computer. DO NOT EMAIL OR SEND PICTURE. All cards must be placed in the box.


Two-Man Team (666)

  • Pick your own partner
  • Play the first 6 holes Scramble, next 6 Best Ball, final 6 Alternate Shots
  • Alternate Shot holes: Both player A and B will tee off, from there the team will select the best option for them and alternate shots until the ball is holed.
  • No shots, flighted tournament

This Weekend | April 10 & 11

When a ball lies in the general area cut to fairway or less free relief may be taken once by placing the ball within ONE club of the original lie no nearer to the hole than the original lie and the ball must be placed in the general area. A breach of this rule results in the general penalty under Rule 14.7a. Temporary water is an abnormal course condition and relief may be taken under Rule 16.1.

2021 Golf Season has finally opened!

I know it may have seemed like it might never arrive, but April is upon us.

Warmer weather appears to be making its way into Connecticut.

Most importantly, the 2021 golf season has finally opened!

This weekend marks the opening week of our tournament schedule for the year with a tournament format that we have used at times in the past and always seems to be a fun way to get the season started. The Two-Man Team 6/6/6 format allows us to get out and knock some of the rust off without worrying too much about how well we may play individually. As with most team events, a bad shot here or there won’t be as devastating as long as your teammate can pick you up! Therefore, pick your team wisely…but most importantly have some fun.

We follow this tournament up with a Point Tournament on April 17 and 18 and then we have the President’s Cup which will take us into the first weekend of May.
For those of you who have regular groups each week this allows you to get the year started with your buddies. For those of your who may not have a regular group that you play in, check with the clubhouse as there are always groups looking for one or two players.

We have a number of new members this year so if you see a new face around the clubhouse don’t be afraid to say hello, introduce yourself and welcome them into the group.

Let’s get this season started!

Glenn Hottin, President

New Patio Area (18)

The patio area behind the 18th green and immediately adjacent to the club house is a no play zone and is treated as an abnormal course condition. Free relief MUST be taken under Rule 16.1f as set forth in Rule 16.1b, relief for ball in general area.