2021 Golfing Magazine New England Early Summer Issue


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Golf Remains a Welcome Companion in 2021

Golf courses have proved to be oasis where we have been able to reconnect with friends while playing the game we love and enjoy the great outdoors in a safe fashion.

More and more people are turning to golf as a way to keep fit and get out of their homes during the long days of summer.

What better way to do this than to take advantage of Golfing Magazine New
England’s Course Play Stimulus Program and play all the golf you desire.

Golfing Magazine is making it easier for readers to “Play Golf for Less” this year with our celebrated “Free Golf” program that entitles an individual signing up for an annual subscription to the magazine the opportunity to play free or reduced rate golf at over 130 of the top daily fee courses and private tracks in the region.

We have worked tirelessly to enhance our course list for 2021 and your subscription promises to be worth more than ever. We believe we are going beyond giving lip service to “growing the game” by offering this invaluable program. There’s a lot of talk about getting more people out to play the game, we do something about it!

To take advantage of this tremendous offer, call 860-563-1633, or visit
www.FreeGolf.net. Remember, you get four issues of our digital magazine in addition to discounted rounds of golf when you subscribe.

In this issue of Golfing Magazine we take you on a road trip of Connecticut golf courses, many of which are members of Golfing Magazine’s “Free Golf” program, where you get a complimentary round of golf on a number of courses in Connecticut when you sign up. Call 860-563-1633, or visit www.FreeGolf.net to get aboard and take a road trip through the Nutmeg State. We have some of the best layouts in the state in our lineup, including some private courses that you can play for a cart or a small service fee by partnering with us.

We also offer up a number of courses in Vermont, a summer playground, full of things to do and see; world-class fly fishing, hiking, biking, canoeing, kayaking, shopping, museums and parks and keep us around for a week or more. The Green Mountain State is also home to some superb golf courses, a number of them located at resorts, making stay and play always an option.

Subscribers can visit New Hampshire this summer and enjoy a number of the best layouts the Granite State has to offer.

We check out Sterling Golf Management based in Newton, which began with one course, Newton Commonwealth Golf Course, and since that time has expanded to include Norwood Country Club and Practice Center, Crystal Lake Golf Club in Haverhill, Rockland Golf Club (the second longest 18-hole Par-3 course in the U.S.), and nine-hole courses Unicorn Golf Club & Stoneham Oaks Golf Club in Stoneham, Chelmsford Country Club, and Maynard Golf Club. It also provides maintenance services for a nine-hole fully-lighted short course in Norfolk called-Fore Kicks.

Veteran sports scribe Bruce Berlet gives us the read the U.S. Senior Women’s Open to be played at Brooklawn Country Club in Fairfield, Connecticut July 29 through August 1. The legendary Hall of Famer Annika Sorenstam will be in the field.

You’ll also find valuable instructional tips from our cadre of top-notch golf pros, get the lowdown on the hottest golf balls on the market, and read about several courses that you simply must sample this year.

We hope you enjoy this issue and get out to your favorite courses as much as possible. Hit ‘em long and straight.

We thank you for your enduring love of golf.


All that is Good,

Tom Landers