Norwich Golf Club
|Hybrid White||71||5275 yards||65.5||122|
|Red (W)||71||5040 yards||70.3||122|
|Blue M: 69.4/125||323||330||376||410||510||341||380||340||210||3220||365||412||510||110||560||180||365||328||178||3008||6228|
|White M: 67.3/122||303||276||366||350||487||330||370||300||170||2952||355||388||503||105||535||165||330||303||166||2850||5802|
|Yellow M: 65.3/115||303||276||208||283||386||330||370||300||170||2626||355||367||503||105||455||165||230||303||166||2649||5275|
|Red W: 69.0/117||273||264||208||283||386||330||347||293||158||2542||298||367||486||88||455||150||230||268||156||2498||5040|
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The fine 323-yard opening hole, looking back at the Norwich clubhouse. Photo submitted by AptlyLinked on 07/22/2020
A closer look at the back of the clubhouse, with the third’s fairway (doglegging left) in the foreground. Photo submitted by AptlyLinked on 07/22/2020
Green six is fronted by a daunting, frontal bunker with a high lip. Photo submitted by AptlyLinked on 07/22/2020
The tenth hole’s green is set fairly close to, but below, New London Turnpike. Photo submitted by AptlyLinked on 07/22/2020
This sprawling bunker flanking the right side of hole 11 is typical of the challenges abounding on these eighteen. Photo submitted by AptlyLinked on 07/22/2020
The fourteenth green, at 560 yards, will take two Herculean shots to reach in two, but anything less may find its way into the small brook before it. Photo submitted by AptlyLinked on 07/22/2020
Photo submitted by tscannell77 on 05/01/2020
View of 4th hole, from tee. Photo submitted by AptlyLinked on 09/17/2019
The fifth fairway Photo submitted by AptlyLinked on 09/17/2019
Sixth green complex Photo submitted by AptlyLinked on 09/17/2019
View from 13th tee, up to par-3 green Photo submitted by AptlyLinked on 09/17/2019
From behind green 16. Photo submitted by AptlyLinked on 09/17/2019
View of small 10th green from fairway. Photo submitted by AptlyLinked on 09/17/2019
Photo submitted by Iblades06360 on 06/22/2019
This course has two par 5s over 450 yds for women. That is a bit much.
Great shape but slow play
Course is in great shape for this time of year. Maintenance crews are doing a good job. The rough is a little bit tall so can be hard to fine your ball here and there. The only problem with Norwich golf course is the pace of play is always super slow. If your going to play there it’s normal for it to be at lease a five hour round. Used to play it a lot and used to be a member there and it always plays slow. Other then that it’s a good course
We avoided this course for the last part of the Summer as the pace of play and lack of Ranger made it a maddening experience.
We have voiced our concerns to management that fall on deaf ears. So on a warm day in Nov we tried it again. A frost has pushed back Tee times 1 hr 1/2, not under Managements control. But in this day and age how about an email or warning of the delay.
Our 1210 tee time was pushed till 1pm. With carts due in by 4 and the back log of foursomes management knew dam well there was no chance of completing our round. Yet they took full price anyway!
The starter told us that it has been the most profitable season ever with packed in Tee times every day.
So complaining gets you no where, and its a shame, as the greens are in excellent shape the staff is friendly and was doing their best to get golfers out. To include the hackers. Which do not belong on this course with No Rangers to assist.
I guess i have to remember this is a City owned course. Regardless management cares little about the spirit pf the game and more about lining their pockets.
Have played this course before and slow play is common. They need bring back a thing from the past, “ RANGERS “ to keep play moving at a reasonable pace.
Norwich Golf Course
It was fabulous!! Great shape, no wait times, super friendly staff!! All in all, a great day!!!!!
General course conditions were somewhat average, the greens though were real good. All greens here are virtually the same size and circular which was kinda of a bummer.
Overall its a solid muni course, right down the road from Mohegan Sun. For the money it’s worth playing.
Fairways were thin sporty grass. Cut short. No carpet there for sure. Many dry areas away from the fairway.
What they did to the fairways. They are not like they were a month ago. I don’t think it is just fall.
They may have been serrated but they were cut too short.
Dry after rain
Although we had over 8 in of rain was only one hole that was affected at all The greens were still firm and rolled good the courses in the excellent shape considering the rain we got you can't even hardly tell except for the second hole keep up the good work
Love coming here to play, just wish they had a ranger to watch pace of play sometimes
Nice course but slow greens.
Course conditions were good overall. The greens were very slow and tough to read. It is not a woman friendly course because there are many elevated greens adding to the distance to the holes.
No starter or Ranger
Pace of play has slowed considerably the last two times playing the course. Tee times spaced 10 minutes apart are too frequent for a public course with a wide level of skill levels on the course. Lack of starter results in twosomes not being paired up, which slows play further. No ranger on course to monitor and help speed up the pace of play leaves faster groups no options other than to wait for slow groups ahead, which results in rounds 5-6 hours long, or skipping holes to avoid rounds longer than five hours.