Thanks for your interest in the Weston Basketball Association Golf Tournament - 2013! We look forward to kicking off the basketball season with our first Golf Tournament fund raiser on Monday, October 21, 2013, at beautiful Connecticut Golf Club, Easton, CT.
All proceeds from the day's activities will be used to support the Weston basketball community: youth travel, Weston High School, and recreation programs.
Please join us for a full day of golf, cocktails and dinner, and/or participate in our fund raising events!!
The 18-hole "Connecticut" course at the The Connecticut Golf Club facility in Easton, Connecticut features 6,824 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 71 . The course rating is 73.5 and it has a slope rating of 136 on Bent grass. Designed by Geoffrey S. Cornish, ASGCA, the Connecticut golf course opened in 1966. J. Rodney Loesch, PGA manages the course as the Golf Professional.
Review from Golflink.com :April 2007
"Scenic and difficult, every hole could be a signature hole at another course.This has to be one of the most dramatic courses in the northeast. Tee boxes on top of rock outcroppings with vistas of valleys and fairways spread below. Not much room once your off the fairway requiring an accurate tee shot to landing areas cut out of solid rock. Excellent condition given the terrain. Several dramatic water holes and giant trees guard fairways and greens."
Review from ilovefc.com : September 2012
"In contrast, the CT Golf Club, located at 915 Black Rock Turnpike in Easton was designed to create ideal playing conditions for members who are interested in (solely) playing golf. It claims to have never been intended as a Country Club, nor does it compete with them, but rather as a club devoted primarily and exclusively to the playing of golf. The clubs mission is to provide a golf retreat in the middle of a stunning New England landscape, far removed from the busyness of daily life. One of the great assets of the club is its greens. With a variety of contours, sizes, shapes, and multiple elevations, the greens at the CGC give the golfer a variety. The terrain in southwestern Ct provided Geoffrey Cornish an opportunity to to design a course nestled away in the midst of a rugged and underdeveloped New England landscape. First time visitors will be immediately tested and seduced by the courses first and longest hole, a 575-yard par 5. On this course players will navigate around doglegs, elevation changes and water hazards."
Register by just going to the "Register Online" tab on the left menu and select which option best fits your day!