Southington Country Club is nestled in the Apple Valley between the Waterbury and Meriden Mountains.
The front nine is built into an open hillside that affords plenty of room off the tee. Even though the back nine is flatter, it’s much narrower and demands course management.
If you’re an old architecture enthusiast, you’ll feel right at home at Southington Country Club. Built in 1922, this course has the subtle quirks characteristic of the era.
After your round, be sure to check out the Back Nine Tavern. A full-service bar and mouth-watering wood-fired pizza await.