Blackledge Country Club
180 W Street
Hebron, CT 06248, United States

The public course with a private touch! Blackledge Country Club is a 36-hole public golf course nestled in the scenic Connecticut countryside. We feature two distinct 18-hole layouts:

Anderson’s Glen, known as “The Old Course”, was designed by architect Geoffrey Cornish and opened in 1963.

Gilead Highlands, known by many as “The New Course”, was designed by architect Mark Mungeam and opened in the Spring of 2000.

Both courses are consistently rated among the top choices by golfers in the Greater Hartford-area.
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Greens Fees (including cart):
   Weekday:$50 - $59
   Weekend:$50 - $59
   9-hole fees available anytime.
General Manager:William Anderson; owner
Superintendent:Tim Gerzabek
Guest Policy:open
Dress Code:No Tanktops or Cuttoffs
Reserved Tee Times:Online & Phone
Pro Shop :yes
Water Hazards:Scarce
Sand Bunkers:Moderate

Nearby Courses

Public CourseTallwood Country Club
Hebron, CT (2 miles)
Public CourseMinnechaug Golf Course
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Private CourseGlastonbury Hills Country Club
South Glastonbury, CT (6 miles)
Semi-Private CourseManchester Country Club
Manchester, CT (6 miles)
Public CourseChanticlair Golf Club
Colchester, CT (8 miles)
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Recent Scores

Date Golfer Score
10/25/20 Rafael Ortiz 96
10/15/20 Gus Cavallari 94
10/11/20 plmh1098 39*
9/22/20 DONAT 91
8/26/20 Clifford Thompson 79
8/25/20 DONAT 96
8/13/20 Richard Harvey 99
8/12/20 Clifford Thompson 74
8/12/20 corey duff 82
8/9/20 Geoffre14 87
8/9/20 Clifford Thompson 78
8/8/20 Geoffre14 87
8/8/20 Mike Novak 93
8/6/20 Gus Cavallari 106
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Recent Reviews

  paulthomasreynolds - 9/12/19
It was a good round that moved quickly. We completed the round in 3 hours and 45 minutes. It had rained quite a bit so the greens were soft and receptive. The holes are deceptive where driver is not always required and can get you into trouble. The greens can be a challenge. Overall it is worth the money.
  BobK46 - 5/18/15
First time I played the entire Gilead Course. I had played the Links 9 many years ago before it had grown in properly. The fairways on the this course are very good. The greens are small with a few sparse patches. The course was playing short the day we played it. Two of the par threes were reachable with a 9 iron. - 7/11/12
front nine greens were in poor shape.
Many of them were almost unplayable.
Back nine were in great shape.
  imagolfer - 12/2/11
nice courses, especially the front 9 of the Gilead however overpriced.
  BMW2011 - 10/24/11
Nice course, need better cart paths.
  jmcec - 4/21/18
  plmh1098 - 7/5/15
  tskbatman860 - 4/22/14
  bryanike - 9/16/13
  jvswerbo9 - 9/4/13
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