Lost Brook Golf Club
|Red (W)||58||2460 yards||55.6||88|
|White M: 56.3/87||93||198||212||202||141||158||176||190||111||1481||170||171||168||161||126||148||202||190||185||1521||3002|
|Red W: 55.6/89||78||154||191||178||112||131||125||156||89||1214||128||136||153||141||92||101||175||161||159||1246||2460|
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An 18-Hole, Par-3 Course You Should Definitely Try
When you don't have time for a full round or want to work on your approach shots and short game, this is the place to be. You don't need your woods but with seven holes over 185 yards, there is still some work to be done from tee to green. The first hole is quite short, but it opens up nicely once you get past that. I'm always impressed with how well-kept the course is. Despite being only a par-3, everything is cut well and very clean. The price tops out at $28 for 18 on the weekend, each one different so you don't need to loop the same nine twice. One thing to consider is that because the course is short and affordable, you can get a lot of different ages and abilities in front of you. You might need to ask to play through so you don't get stuck behind slower players. If you haven't played here before, check it out.