Grassy Hill Country Club
441 Clark Ln
Orange, CT 06477-2708, United States

Despite the "Country Club" name, this course is open for public play. The standard walking rates are $37 on weekdays, $45 on weekends and holidays (carts are $15). Junior, senior, and 9-hole rates are available, and the club can also host group and corporate golf events.
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Greens Fees (including cart):
   Weekday:$40 - $49
   Weekend:$60 - $74
   9-hole fees available anytime.
General Manager:Timothy Dillman
Superintendent:Glenn Dobieski
Guest Policy:open
Dress Code:Collared Shirt (No Denim)
Season Start:April
Season End:October
Reserved Tee Times:Phone
Pro Shop :yes
Driving Range:yes

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Recent Scores

Date Golfer Score
5/2/21 Jim Ruhl 88
4/9/21 Maurice Harmon 92
11/27/20 Maurice Harmon 90
10/15/20 Patrick Freyer 45*
9/3/20 Patrick Freyer 44*
8/20/20 Patrick Freyer 51*
6/25/20 corey gripp 93
6/10/20 Patrick Freyer 45*
6/3/20 Byron1Six 103
5/27/20 juccisfd 47*
5/20/20 thegee 101
5/5/20 juccisfd 49*
5/4/20 thegee 108
4/11/20 jimimou 77
3/14/20 Maurice Harmon 85
1/12/20 John Bashar 89
12/28/19 Marc McAviney 83
11/4/19 thegee 107
10/21/19 thegee 105

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Recent Reviews

  DougEly - 10/25/09
For a public course, this is a great place to play. It always seems to be in good shape. Many fairways (and greens) on the front 9 seem flat, but, in fact, have a strong lean downhill. This needs to be factored in to your drives, approaches and putts. And the 6th hole (par 3) is known to some as "the toughest par 6 in CT!" Use at least 1 club more than normal (I use 2 clubs more) and be sure to land short of the pin. The whole green slants heavily downhill from back to front. The 9th hole is an easy par 5 which can help you finish the front on a good note, but watch out for the heavily leaning fairway (left to right). You can easily hit the fairway and roll deep into the right rough if you hit a strong fade.
The back 9 is a bit easier in general with 6 of the holes across the street from the main part. These holes are a bit more level. There are however, some challenging holes to keep you honest.
There is a range, but unfortunately, for irons only, and hitting is off very hard mats. $5 a bucket in '09.
All in all, a good place play, usually always in nice condition and not ridiculously expensive.
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