Lyman Orchards Golf Club
70 Lyman Rd
Middlefield, CT 06455-1211, United States

This public-access facility has two courses, one each designed by Robert Trent Jones Sr. and Gary Player. The Jones course was renovated in 2009 by the late architect Geoffrey Cornish and design partner Mark Mungeam. Both courses usually rank among the top ten public-access courses in Connecticut.

Rates vary by season and are posted on the club's web site.
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Greens Fees (including cart):
   Weekday:$60 - $74
   Weekend:$60 - $74
   9-hole fees on weekdays only.
General Manager:David Christenson, PGA
Superintendent:Mark Pelkey, GCSAA
Guest Policy:open
Season Start:April
Season End:October
Reserved Tee Times:Online & Phone
Pro Shop :yes

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Recent Scores

Date Golfer Score
10/11/20 Rafael Ortiz 108
9/25/20 David Royce 94
9/5/20 Tom C 88
8/30/20 Kevin Benzi 44*
8/24/20 Clifford Thompson 77
8/23/20 Tom C 95
8/9/20 Tom C 97
8/6/20 Patrick Freyer 92
8/2/20 Tom C 92
7/31/20 Brad Jubelirer 80
7/19/20 Tom C 97
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Recent Reviews

  DougEly - 3/18/13
I THINK this is a nice course, but not 100% sure since we played it in winter. About 35* all day, with 15-25 mph wind gusts. I could see, though, that the place will be very nice and even in March, the conditions were better than other courses I played over the winter in New England. Looking forward to going back when the foliage is all grown in and the course is in mid-season form.

Played the PLAYER-designed course. There are some beautiful views of the surrounding countryside on some of the higher tee elevations. The layout was not my favorite. Too many blind shots and lots of mounding throughout. The back nine is nicer than the front. Of the two courses here, this one is second best. Certainly worth a play though.
  matteppler - 8/8/12
Course is very picturesque with tremendous views of surrounding courtyside. However, very typcial RTJ design with many blind shots and driver taken away off tee. Also, condition of bunkers is currently DEPLORABLE. Far too much gravel, boardering on rocks, found in all of the bunkers. Damaging clubs and dangerous for those playing. Told they are on three year renovation schedule -- NOT told prior to play however.
  chef james - 10/18/11
5 hours and 20 mins, way to long for 18
  bobcat62 - 10/13/11
Nice Course.
  Matt Tierinni - 8/15/11
way too many blind shots. might be more fun if you play multiple rounds there so you know where to miss since you can see most of your shots
  Saucerobert - 7/2/11
quick pace. too many blind shots. no par 5 till the 8th hole. greens rolled nice. wouldn't play again.
  dartboss04 - 4/27/11
The course was in very good shape, and the greens have come in nicely. There were still a couple dry patches on the 17th from last year's difficult summer, but overall, very nice.
  pdrower - 5/18/14
  DavidGioiello - 9/5/13
  BLaporte - 7/31/13
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