“Calling all Bombers”
Counting the days to the opening of the Club’s NEW Practice Facility. Undoubtably, one of the Premier Golf Practice facilities in Connecticut, with a driving area stretching out to 340 yards to accommodate even the longest of hitters. Located across the street from the main entrance of Anderson’s Glen, the Practice facility will feature; 40 hitting stations, target greens and bunkers and a practice fairway bunker to take care of the long game. For those wanting to improve their scores, it is all about the short game! In case no one told you? We just did! Here you will find a – Short game chipping area with practice bunker and 7,500 sq. feet of putting green. Really want to improve your game? Consider a lesson from the qualified PGA Staff including the newest member of the staff, Director of Instruction Nicole Damarjian.
Known for being the “Public Course with the Private Touch” Blackledge Country Club is a 36-hole public golf course nestled in the scenic Connecticut countryside in the town of Hebron.
- Anderson’s Glen, the original 18 and known as “The Old Course”, was designed by architect Geoffrey Cornish and opened in 1963. With its tree lined fairways and undulating greens provides a very solid test for golfers.
- Gilead Highlands, known by many as “The New Course”, was designed by architect Mark Mungeam and opened in the Spring of 2000. Reminiscent of Carolina courses, with wide fairways, bunkering, and tall pines and oaks framing many of the landing areas and large greens.
Both courses are consistently rated among the top choices by golfers in the Greater Hartford-area. Over the years, Blackledge has played host club to many popular tournaments.
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