Tallwood Country Club in Hebron is known for its classic New England landscape. Situated on over 200 acres of rolling country farmland, it’s another perfect place for a quiet golf getaway. The course offers a pleasingly eclectic mix of strong par-threes, long and demanding and then shorter and tricky par-fours, as well as par-fives that sometimes are reachable in two for long hitters and other times, not so much. The 505 yard par-five eleventh hole is one of our favorites. A good tee shot to the generous fairway leaves you the decision of whether to go for the green which is guarded by water to the left. Maybe the most picturesque hole is the 373 yard par-4 fifteenth. With water to the right and short of the green, this hole provides a nice challenge and plays as the hardest hole on the back side.
The club was founded in 1970 by Mike Ovian as a 9- hole golf course and later expanding to an 18- Hole golf course in 1974. In 1995, the McDermott family purchased Tallwood and upgraded many aspects of the golf course to make it suitable for tournament play. A public course with a private feel, it’s easy to see why Tallwood is chosen to host some of Connecticut’s top men’s and women’s amateur tournaments year after year.
in 2021, Concord Golf Properties purchased Tallwood. The interior of the clubhouse has been completely renovated as well as many improvements to the golf course.
The course features your choice of four tee placements sure to meet or challenge anyone’s playing level. Tallwood also boast one of the best public practice facilities in the state.