Even though it’s only nine holes, Indian Springs appears to be a resounding favorite for Connecticut golfers.
Located in the town of Middlefield, the track has remained largely unchanged since it opened in 1964.
The greens in particular have received rave reviews. Large in size and immaculately kept, if you start your ball online, there’s a good chance it’s going in.
The course winds its way through the forest and many holes have significant elevation changes which can make club selection tricky.
I’m also told that the restaurant has some of the best food in the area.
When I eventually make it to Connecticut, you can bet I’ll play a round at Indian Springs.