(BLOOMFIELD, Conn.) – – the only Pete Dye designed course in New England – will open for play on Friday, Mar. 29 with Mayor Suzette DeBeatham-Brown set to take the ceremonial first tee shot.
Opened in 2004, Wintonbury Hills represents Dye's first and only championship design in New England. This classic links-style 6,711-yard, par-70 layout provides a true test for skilled golfers while remaining playable for all. Just last year, the beautiful layout was ranked No. 1 in Golfweek’s “Best Courses You Can Play in Connecticut.”
“We look forward to hosting Mayor DeBeatham-Brown as we begin our 16th season serving the local community,” says Ciaran Carr, general manager of Wintonbury Hills Golf Course. “Wintonbury Hills looks forward to continuing to be the premier golf and events destination in the Hartford area.”
Billy Casper Golf (BCG) has managed Wintonbury Hills Golf Course since its inception and continues to facilitate clubhouse operations, golf course maintenance, marketing and sales, staffing and training, merchandising, golf instruction and financial management. BCG’s leadership provides the tools for Wintonbury Hills to thrive on and off the golf course.
“It’s an honor to be working with such an esteemed Dye-designed course in the golf-rich state of Connecticut,” says Peter Hill, chief executive officer of BCG. “With our expertise in course management and Wintonbury Hills growing reputation as a ‘must-play’ in New England, our best years are yet to come.”
In 2019, Billy Casper Golf will celebrate its 30th anniversary of building and refining the strongest operating platform in golf. Additional BCG-managed courses in Connecticut include East Hartford Golf Club, Lyman Orchards Golf Club and The Windham Club.
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