Eighty-nine public courses and 81 private clubs are sprinkled throughout the Nutmeg State. The annual Buick Championship (formerly the Greater Hartford Open) is played just 10 miles south of Hartford at the TPC at River Highlands, a private course well worth trying to get access to. For Public play, the Crestbrook Park Golf Course in Watertown always rates well.
The Constitution State can also help the make-up of your game as Stamford is home to the Custom Golf of Connecticut Fitting Center. Not only can you get a new set made for your swing, but you can have your current clubs modified. The pros at Custom Golf can re-weight, re-shaft and even re-paint your clubs so you’ll come out with your safe, familiar sticks that work even better. While you're in Stamford, you can pop over to any number of municipal or private courses including the public E. Gaynor Brennan Course. Remember, fall ball in New England can last through Thanksgiving in most years.