109 Lonetown Rd,
West Redding, Connecticut 06896-1417
In 1973, Golf course architect Ed Ryder designed a 9-hole course for the Club. Work was completed and the course was opened to members in 1974. Four years later in 1978, Golf course architect Rees Jones transformed the original 9 holes into a unique and challenging 18-hole layout, among the finest in the Metropolitan area. Jones took full advantage of the natural streams and ponds found on 12 holes, and incorporated the precipitous changes in elevation to carve out a deceptively long short course measuring only 6,320 yards.
Bob Tway, winner of the PGA championship in 1986, won the Men’s Club Championship in 1973 at the age of 13.
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