Indian Springs Golf Club
Indian Springs Golf Club in Middlefield has been owned and operated by the same family since it first opened in 1964. With a terrain of rolling, tree-covered hills, the course is as scenic as it is fun to play. The nine-hole layout is player friendly enough to appeal to players of all skill levels and there is an alternate set of tees to play an 18-hole round. Though many of the fairways are wide and forgiving, there are a few tricky blind shots that will test your accuracy. The par-5 second hole is one of the most memorable. It leads you uphill before plummeting downhill to a green protected by three sand traps. Indian Springs Golf Club's second par 5, the tree-lined fifth hole, is also notably tricky. The fairway edges along mature forests, leading to a sharp dogleg right downhill to the green, which is surrounded by trees.
|Red (W)||36||2616 yards||36.5||127|
|Blue M: 68.6/117||332||446||128||362||552||289||182||363||307||2961||5922|
|White M: 67.4/116 W: 71.2/116||321||429||117||349||538||286||165||352||295||2852||5704|
|Green M: 66.3/115||315||420||110||340||525||283||150||342||290||2775||5550|
|Red W: 69.6/113||307||366||103||332||473||278||140||333||284||2616||5232|
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Green one, viewed from its right flank. Photo submitted by AptlyLinked on 09/07/2020
The third green is a beauty, but a tough two-putt. Photo submitted by AptlyLinked on 09/07/2020
Hole five is one of Connecticut's toughest three-shotters; this is its green. Photo submitted by AptlyLinked on 09/07/2020
Conclusion to a beautiful woodland hole: the sixth green. Photo submitted by AptlyLinked on 09/07/2020
Eight is my favorite hole on the golf course. Photo submitted by AptlyLinked on 09/07/2020
The ninth at about 6 pm, from the tee. Photo submitted by AptlyLinked on 09/07/2020
First: Early evening shadows encroach on the 1st fairway; green is hidden from view, left of bunker. Photo submitted by AptlyLinked on 06/10/2020
Another view of 1: A golfer pushes his cart up the hill to the green. Photo submitted by AptlyLinked on 06/10/2020
Six: Short but ever-so-tight woodland hole, a dogleg right--uphill to this pitched green. Photo submitted by AptlyLinked on 06/10/2020
Seven: Great 3-par with bold, rolling green contours. It plays downhill; water is behind. Photo submitted by AptlyLinked on 06/10/2020
From tee nine: A view downhill to the green (behind bunker) on this four-par. Photo submitted by AptlyLinked on 06/10/2020
Behind the 9th green: Now the frontal bunker is hidden from view. This is straightforward but nice finisher. Photo submitted by AptlyLinked on 06/10/2020
We love Indian Spings. They have a casual couples league on Sunday nights that we just started. Fun.
The course is well maintained and scenic.
The food and drinks are good.
Rolling fast and true
The greens at Indian Springs are rolling fast and true...just the way I like them. The course always challenges you to be a shot maker and makes you take your medicine when you hit a bad shot.. The staff is always friendly and the beer choices are always numerous. Because of all of these things I keep coming back.
Course is great shape; there’s a driving range with aiming points and also has a card reader for your convenience. They also have a chipping practice area and a putting green so be sure to get there early because at this course you can practice all aspects of the game before tee off! Grill and Bar are also open and have some great options to satisfy all ages!
30 mile an hour gust fast undulating greens made the course a formidable challenge.
Nice little layout
Nice 9 hole course, because of that pace of play is a bit slow. Should have a bell on second and 5th hole to let know when clear. Greens were cut nice and very challenging. Not sure of the food but they did have beer. Lol
Great pace today
We arrived 20 minutes early and were able to get right out. The group in front of us moved at a good pace, making for a great round.
Ahhh March golf in Ct
Pace of play was the slowest I’ve seen it, but first nice weekend of the season so yo be expected.
course for march excellent conditions, very friendly and helpful gal in clubhouse. Just a great day overall.
Nicely run and neat course
I love this course and this was about the 10th time playing. The course looks better than the surrounding bigger courses right now. This course doesn't present too many challenges if you can hit a relatively straight iron. Greens are in great shape given that its March 17th! You can tell the owners care. The is an excellent place to play a relaxing 9 holes. Great views and elevation changes you'd expect on a shorter course. Can't wait to play my next 9 in a few days!