Blackledge Country Club – Anderson Glen Course

171 West Street, Hebron, Ct.


Architect: Geoffrey Cornish

Terrain: Countryside

Type of Course: Public

Driving Range: No

Year Opened: 1964

Green Fee: flag in holeflag in hole

Par: 72

Lodging: No

Tel: 860-228-0250

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Serene and houseless

Greens are plush and break harder than they appear to

Most holes have a little wiggle to them, but there’s only one exaggerated dogleg

Second hole requires a well-executed draw off the tee or it’s Danger Will Robinson

A mild retention of trigonometry will enable you to deal with the implications of the angles and elevation changes on the epic par 5 fourth hole.

Seductive burger aromas from the tavern provide no false advertising: They’re that good and more

Walkers will feel the hills, but the layout is compact between holes

Looks great, even in the middle of a drought


Tee Station Yardage Slope Par Rating
Gold 6787 128 72.0
Blue 6394 123 70.0
White 6137 122 68.9
Red 5458 123 71.7

Beyond The White Stakes

Brewskies Birch Hill Tavern, Craft Brews — Glastonbury (6.2 miles)
Fine Dining Sadler’s Ordinary, Marlborough American, International (4.5 miles)
Worth a Detour Priam Vineyards, Colchester (11.3 miles)
Splash! Blackledge River – Gay City State Park, Marlborough (3.3 miles)
Native A.J. Pollock, Major-League Baseball outfielder

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