Candlewood Valley Country Club
|Blue M: 72.1/127||457||363||153||175||404||530||350||476||402||3310||310||317||210||413||390||418||371||386||316||3131||6441|
|White M: 70.7/122 W: 73.8/124||450||320||140||160||333||495||340||430||385||3053||300||307||175||400||365||405||350||372||306||2980||6033|
|Back M: 66.7/112 W: 70.0/116||397||264||80||130||333||425||307||373||259||2568||284||304||165||301||245||270||310||366||267||2512||5080|
Not worth the $68.00. Richter Park 15 mins down the road better for the price. If you are active duty military visiting the area, Richter Park offers a generous green fee for Active Duty Military. Terrible greens and fairways; no paved car-paths; muddy and bumpy car-paths. Very friendly staff and a very challenging course.
Best Buy in the Area
Candlewood has some of the best greens in the greater Danbury area. You need to be accurate to score with quite a few trees and narrow shots. Very few holes need the driver and smart golf pays off throughout the round. All around a very fun place to play with a friendly staff and rangers. It is particularly fun to walk as it is one of the flatter courses in the area. Earlier rounds on the weekend tend to bring out better golfers and faster rounds as it can get quite slow in the late morning. Note that there is not a driving range at the course, but one about 1/2 mile up the road that is open 24/7 (Vending Ball Machine).
Nice courseWith Some unusual holes
Well maintained and cared for. Some narrow fairways. Some challenging hazards and some funky holes.