The average golfer walks up to 6 miles while playing an 18-hole golf course. Golf, with ancient origins, has significantly gained in popularity since the 1920s when it first became a popular spectator sport. Litchfield County’s scenic rolling hillsides create a beautiful backdrop for courses throughout the area. Hotchkiss School Golf Course in Lakeville has a beautifully groomed 9-hole course available to the public. Bulls Bridge Golf Club in Kent has created hybrid membership packages to accommodate our seasonal crowd. Torrington Country Club in Goshen boasts 18-holes of a traditional, rolling hill design. Sharon Country Club’s 9-hole course is complemented by a driving range and three-hole “pitch and putt”. Norfolk Country Club’s 9-hole course is a short walk to Tobey Pond’s town beach for a refreshing swim after a scenic round of golf. Wyantenuck Country Club offers 18-holes as well as a club pool and dining facilities in the scenic Southern Berkshires. Canaan Country Club is a public 9-hole course and always a gathering place after a fun round.
“May all your drives find fairways, and may they travel far. May Irons find a place to land that help you break to par.”