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The Tradition Golf Club At Windsor

The Tradition Golf Club At Windsor

147 Pigeon Hill Rd Windsor, CT 06095-2450 Phone:   (860) 688-2575 URL:   Course Website

Just minutes from Hartford and Springfield, The Tradition at Windsor has always had a faithful following of golfers in the Connecticut River Valley. Now, with recent sweeping renovations and an emphasis on service, The Tradition at Windsor has broadened its appeal. Guests and members enjoy a refurbished, more playable course and new, first-rate clubhouse facilities including a full-service pro shop, dining and banquet rooms, as well as a practice green to warm up your short game.

Course Information for The Tradition Golf Club At Windsor

Facility Information:
General: 18 hole regulation length course
1 golf course(s)

The Tradition Golf Club At Windsor Information:
General: 18 hole regulation length course
Daily Fee golf course
Designed by Geoffrey S. Cornish, ASGCA
71 par, 6,069 yards
71.5 rating, 125 slope
Just Golf facility

Green Fees: Weekend: $29.00 *
* includes golf cart where available

Staff: Contact: Mike Swanson, General Manager


Windsor, CT

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The Tradition Golf Club At Windsor 2.8 5 5 5
OK Since Traditions has taken this course over it has gone downhill slightly. Used to be in better shape July 25, 2014
Suprisingly Green Course overall was in decent condition for this time of year. Leaves and grounds were maintained well. The only noticeable problem was how wet the course was on holes 7, 8, 10, and 18. November 19, 2012
Follow-up to previous review Just for clarification. My below eview was based on conditions I saw in 2009 and 2010.... AND recent conversations with friends who played the course this fall. November 2, 2012
Major improvement needed I played this course once a week for over a year as a beginner player. I found it better maintained than the course I learned on but after playing other courses during that year I realized that this course needs major improvement and maintenance. It is not female friendly due to several holes that require long tee shots. Several holes, are intimidating, especially the first as the tee shot from the whites is over a huge ravine. This same ravine and the brook that formed it come into play on several more holes. The course is challenging for this reason and is not friendly to short hitters off the tee. The brook that meanders throughout the course has eroded the fairways on the 8th and 10th holes making both holes more difficult than needed. Management knows about this issue but cannot get past the planning phase. The course is lacking simple, inexpensive amenities such as a new spike rack, yardage stakes (instead of lines painted on the cart paths), drinking water on the course (holders are already in place) and where they used to be and a price reduction equal to the value. I would like to play here again but until simple things are fixed I will not. November 2, 2012
Friendly but long This course allows for a few arrant drives but is forgiving most of the time. It's a long course but so rewarding if you can keep it in the rough or partial fairway. Highly recommended. September 24, 2012
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