The Golf Club At Oxford Greens
|Black M: 75.4/135||380||218||630||456||412||335||415||570||221||3637||562||374||420||185||457||398||170||525||458||3549||7186|
|Blue M: 72.7/133||365||182||572||424||381||318||387||535||197||3361||530||342||381||163||418||395||145||512||418||3304||6665|
|White M: 71.0/131 W: 77.5/143||345||165||535||405||370||300||365||510||175||3170||517||330||370||147||405||363||132||485||405||3154||6324|
|Green M: 68.8/128 W: 71.1/132||305||144||513||372||336||283||355||500||151||2959||473||287||330||134||365||348||120||465||361||2883||5842|
|Gold W: 70.7/122||269||135||470||354||303||230||307||435||120||2623||435||245||298||111||335||318||105||373||345||2565||5188|
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Simply amazing Photo submitted by junkgolf on 07/03/2022
Simply green Photo submitted by junkgolf on 07/03/2022
Rocks Photo submitted by junkgolf on 07/03/2022
18th, par-4, 458: You’ll need to commit to your full swing (twice) to play a hole tagged with the name “Trust In.” Photo submitted by AptlyLinked on 12/13/2021
16th: The short par-3 of 170 lives up to its moniker: “Fortress.” It’s green complex is built like one. Photo submitted by AptlyLinked on 12/13/2021
An earlier, summertime picture taken of the first hole, called “Road Out,” gives a glimpse of a green sided by a road (behind) and a pesky pot bunker. Photo submitted by AptlyLinked on 12/13/2021
The sixth–a.k.a. the “Red Oaks”--is index 13, but will still present a few problems enroute to a drive-and-pitch par. Photo submitted by AptlyLinked on 12/13/2021
“Timberlake” is hole seven, and the hole is all about avoiding the trees and playing some tricky angles from tee to green. Photo submitted by AptlyLinked on 12/13/2021
Eight: “Turtle” is a long par-five of 570 that can snap at you. Photo submitted by AptlyLinked on 12/13/2021
Major bottle neck at #9! Photo submitted by dmbek on 10/03/2020
Second tee: Man versus Golf Course. Photo submitted by AptlyLinked on 09/07/2020
Four: a nearly no-holds-barred, fairly brutal 4-par. Photo submitted by AptlyLinked on 09/07/2020
Five: Maybe the most aesthetic par four at OG. Photo submitted by AptlyLinked on 09/07/2020
Twelve: Course's toughest par four; this is its "Double-Plateau" green. Photo submitted by AptlyLinked on 09/07/2020
16: The sun goes down in the last minutes of the last day of meterological summer. Photo submitted by AptlyLinked on 09/07/2020
Green 16: Sunset. Photo submitted by AptlyLinked on 09/07/2020
Number 3 Par 5 “Hardest Hole in CT” Photo submitted by PJCdude on 05/26/2020
Green contouring: from the side of the 5th. Photo submitted by AptlyLinked on 11/17/2019
View of the driving challenge at tee 7. Photo submitted by AptlyLinked on 11/17/2019
The Redan-styled green at 13. Photo submitted by AptlyLinked on 11/17/2019
Big hole, long approach fairway 14. Photo submitted by AptlyLinked on 11/17/2019
Gorgeous finishing hole: 418 yards at 18. Photo submitted by AptlyLinked on 11/17/2019
Tough terrain: uphill fairway at 17 (looking back to tee) Photo submitted by AptlyLinked on 11/17/2019
Their pro shop with awesome merch, a lot of designer pieces like Polo Photo submitted by JeffMoore310 on 03/03/2018
Really nice course..
It was great to be able to play on a somewhat warmer day in January. The course conditions were to be expected after a snowfall the week before along with a few days of frigid temperatures. The only negatives I could think of is the rate of play and the gas powered carts were God-awful carts that had no power and couldn’t get out of their own way. It looked like there were electric carts there as well that looked to run fine.All in all, it was great to get out a couple of times and play with my sons.
Course is in great shape. Traps need work new sand. White sand would be nice if your charging top dollar. Fairways and tee boxes great. If your a beginner this track isn't for you. Tuff greens and pin placements.
Course is in good shape and greens were surprisingly fast. Pace of play can be a challenge. Hard course for bad golfer but is a very nice layout.
Pace of Play
Unfortunately, the management of the course allow multiple large outing to play on a Saturday morning which slower the pace of play to a crawl. We were told it was slow by the starter by the first 9 took 3:10 to play.
The pro shop offered us a rain check for 9 holes. It looked like a ton of people took it because we played the back in 2:20 hours.
If you have effective management in the pro shop and an effective ranger, we should never experienced a 5:30 round.
Great value... Excellent layout with greens rolling well. Some spotty fairway conditions and tee boxes could use some work.
Bunkers need to be better maintained - not consistent
Paid 95 for a five hour round. How can a course that labels itself one of the best and most challenging in CT not have a ranger keeping pace of play. Three groups on every hole throughout the round is unacceptable.
Grip about water
They use pay for water with circulating cart. However, need to drink on hot day doesn't fit that model. Put water coolers out. Covid is airborne ,no excuse. Failing that, note that you only provide cart water...
Great Day Great Round
It is always a pleasure to play Oxford Greens.
It is a great track to challenge yourself. You break 100 here you have earned it. I can shoot may handicap (88) but it doesn't come easy. Smart play gets the low score.
My hats off to the greens keeper. We could use some very much needed rain in places on the fairway. Even then it's still a top 10 course to me. Course let me have 85 on Sunday. I'll be back