Indian Springs Golf Course, built in 1964 by Alan S. Parmelee, has served the town of Middlefield for over 50 years. Minutes from I-91 in Central Connecticut, this public 9 hole golf course is conveniently located and easy to reach.
Now run by his children, John and Jen, this scenic, hilly 9-hole course has undergone numerous recent improvements. After they redid the driving range and overhauled the first tee area, they installed a putting green behind the clubhouse. 2013 saw the completion of the renovated clubhouse and bar, as well as the addition of a lovely back patio with views of the golf course. The Fairweather Cafe offers lunch and dinner throughout the golf season.
John and Jen’s mother, Jane, works tirelessly on maintaining the perfection of the greens, and yes, they are among the best in Connecticut! Golfers rarely get past her without a hug (especially when they fix their ball marks!)
Although many of the fairways on this course are wide and forgiving, there are a number of blind shots to test your skill and accuracy!
Play here is generally fast-as the greens can be. Be prepared to use every club in the bag.
Hole #2 is a 446-yard par-5 that will lead you uphill and then into a challenging downhill approach into a green guarded by sand traps.
The fifth is a par-5, measuring 552 yards, featuring a fairway that skirts the woods and is followed by a sharp dogleg right, dropping down to the green, ringed by trees.
You’ll always be challenged at Indian Springs 9-hole golf club and enjoy a great day in scenic central Connecticut. Contact us for information or any questions you may have.