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Tallwood Country Club


Featured Golf Course Review:
Tallwood Country Club -- Beautiful and challenging layout
Review by: Ray Embury The name certainly fit's the layout. The front side of this tree-lined course is tight but somewhat forgiving on certain holes. The front has three par three's and two par 5's making it a par 35. Newly constructed tee's on two of the par 3's, number 3 and 6, make them both over 200 yards. To add to the difficulty #3 plays over water. The 400 yard plus 5th hole was the most difficult, an uphill, dogleg right to a large two-tier green. The backside seem's like water everywhere. It comes directly into play on 10, 11, 12, 13, 15, & 17. Number 15 is a spectacular hole with water along the right that turns in front of the green to make your approach shot about 150 to 160 over water to a large green. Number 17 is a drive over a hill to a green fully protected by a large pond in front and surrounded by a natural bowl around the back and side. This was the most difficult hole on the course. The backside has only one par 3 and two par 5's making par 37. Playing from the blue tee's presents a good challenge for the mid to low handicapper as the course plays to about 6400 yards. The white tees present a nice but fair challenge for the mid to high handicap. Beautiful, quite setting surrounded by woods and farmland. Excellent practice facility, best East of the CT. River. Large, two-tier driving range, three practice greens, one with a fairway chipping area and bunker. Modest clubhouse, a true golfing club.
From Enfield, CT.

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Tallwood Country Club -- Excellent Course
Review by: Pete Sposito Friendly people especially Nelson at the front desk. Course maintained well throughout the season. Very green in the spring. Magnificent in the fall.
From Glastonbury, CT

Tallwood Country Club -- Beautiful and challenging layout
Review by: Ray Embury The name certainly fit's the layout. The front side of this tree-lined course is tight but somewhat forgiving on certain holes. The front has three par three's and two par 5's making it a par 35. Newly constructed tee's on two of the par 3's, number 3 and 6, make them both over 200 yards. To add to the difficulty #3 plays over water. The 400 yard plus 5th hole was the most difficult, an uphill, dogleg right to a large two-tier green. The backside seem's like water everywhere. It comes directly into play on 10, 11, 12, 13, 15, & 17. Number 15 is a spectacular hole with water along the right that turns in front of the green to make your approach shot about 150 to 160 over water to a large green. Number 17 is a drive over a hill to a green fully protected by a large pond in front and surrounded by a natural bowl around the back and side. This was the most difficult hole on the course. The backside has only one par 3 and two par 5's making par 37. Playing from the blue tee's presents a good challenge for the mid to low handicapper as the course plays to about 6400 yards. The white tees present a nice but fair challenge for the mid to high handicap. Beautiful, quite setting surrounded by woods and farmland. Excellent practice facility, best East of the CT. River. Large, two-tier driving range, three practice greens, one with a fairway chipping area and bunker. Modest clubhouse, a true golfing club.
From Enfield, CT.




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