Nestled in a quiet park like setting, just 40 minutes outside New York City in Stamford, Connecticut, Sterling Farms is an 18 hole public golf facility laid out over 144 acres of a once active dairy farm. Originally designed by Architect Geoffrey Cornish in 1969 and renovated by Architect Robert McNeil in 2005, the par 72 course opened in the spring of 1972.
The golf courses rolling terrain guides you through the picturesque farm buildings and challenging holes, including its difficult par 3's, which demand distance, accuracy and good putting to score well. With a variety of tees to play from, golfers of all skill levels are offered a fair and fun challenge.
Noted for its meticulous condition, layout, heated driving range and amenities, the facility gets rated the #1 public golf course in Fairfield County year after year.