Birch Plain Golf Course & Driving Range
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I like the Courses potential !
I like the movement away from a par 3 course to the 9 hole standard course. I see it as a work in progress and like what I’m seeing.
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Love this course! Much improved over the last couple of years. Two golfers can walk 18 in under 2 hours and I've never had to wait for a shot or a tee box! Two holes over 200 yds with small greens, but it's a great opportunity to work on the short game! They've hired a superintendent in the last year or so and the greens are greatly improved and oh, did I mention it's $15 for a senior to walk...$20 for everyone else! I highly recommend as it's a great 2 hour practice for your medium and short irons. Lots of fun too!
I've played this course many times. I usually will go here when I am playing alone or need a quick golf fix. It is around 22 dollars to walk it and only takes me a couple of hours. It has a good mix of short and long holes for a par 3 course. The longest hole is about 240 yards. There are some narrow holes that are challenging. The greens are usually slow but well maintained. The people that play there are laid back and polite, and let me play through groups or dads with kids. It is mostly flat so it is an easy walk too.
This was the worst maintained course I have ever played on. The greens were like the tee boxes all chopped up), and the rough was like a "forest"
Cedar Ridge in Old Lyme is MUCH nicer , very well maintained, and actually the same price