Waterbury Connecticut Golf Courses

Country Club of Waterbury
East Mountain Golf Course
Western Hills Golf Course


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Country Club of Waterbury -- country club of waterbury
Review by: Steve Jones This is a Donald Ross gem. While not as long as newer clubs, it is challenging, especially when the greens have been freshly cut. Each hole is distinct and pretty much by itself as opposed to some places that either are too crowded or have do many undefined holes. This year, the course is in great shape. In the past there have been some issues with adeqaute irrigation.
From Connecticut

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D. Fairchild Wheeler Golf Course - Black Course -- Going in the right direction
Review by: Rob Clark I played this course three years ago and was appalled at the conditions of the greens and fairways. The greens were "browned out concrete" and more than 5 balls were lost directly on the fairways, which were all molded out and diseased and generally in unkempt condition. Today the course is progressing nicely. Two years ago the town reassumed management responsibility. Each year since then the conditions have improved dramatically. Today the greens are in fantastic shape. The fairways for the most part are also in great shape with the exception of a few holes that still need to have the drainage corrected. The molds and diseased areas are almost non-existant. Balls no longer just disapear when hit right down the middle. There are actually two courses. The Black course is in the best shape and is the most technical of the two. The Red course is a longer course and rolls up and down and also is a pleasure to play. My biggest concern to date is that these two courses will be "rediscovered" and then be almost impossible to get playing time on once word gets out how much improved they really are.
From Fairfield, CT




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