Quarry View Hole by Hole



Quarry View Golf Course along with its full service golf center is very inviting for the beginner. You will not feel intimidated if this is your first time out to enjoy our great game. Experienced players will enjoy the quick play and the ability to concentrate on improving their iron shots and short game. So if you want to expose a spouse, friend, child or grandchild at a relaxed friendly environment come play Quarry View Golf Course and see why people are calling it the best kept golfing secret.

Quarry View has the feeling of playing on two unique types of golf courses. For each hole has fairways lined with fescue similar to a links course. While the surrounding woods is typical of a traditional New England golf course.

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1st Hole, 95yd., PAR 3


Hole1

A quick little par 3 to get your game going. From an slightly elevated tee shaded by maple trees, avoid the bunker on the left that can easily turn this hole into a bogie. The green slopes from right to left so aim to the right of the pin.







2nd Hole, 169/188yd., Par 3


Hole2

The longest par 3 on the course. It is best to be short of the green so remember to take one less club from the elevated tee.







3rd Hole, 135/160yd., Par 3


Hole3

The second longest par 3. At first glance it looks easy, but the green is well protected by a sand trap defending the green on the left and woods to the right.







4th Hole, 125yd., Par 3


Hole4

The hardest par 3 on the course. This elevated green is well protected with two deep bunkers guarding the front of the green. The ideal shot is is a high fade that will land softly on the small well protected green.







5th Hole, 120yd., Par 3


Hole5

The fifth hole is a challenging short par 3 that plays one club less due to the elevated tee. The small green is protected by a large bunker to the left of the green. If you hit the postage stamp geen in regulation you have a great chance for birdie.







6th Hole, 128yd., Par 3


Hole6

This straight away hole is the last of the par 3 holes. Trust your yardage and make a good swing. Like most of the holes at Quarry View you are better off being short of the green.







7th Hole, 350yd., Par 5


Hole7

The 7th is our signature hole that features a view of the limestone quarry.(Some of the stone from the Quarry was used to build the State Capital Building in Hartford) This double dog leg to the right has a sloping fairway that wants to keep your ball away from the pin. A big drive will usually leave you with a short approach to an elevated green. This elongated green is well protected with a sand trap on the left and woods to the back and right.







8th Hole, 200yd., Par 4


Hole8

The most unique hole on the course is defended not by bunkers, but by five large clumps of tall thick brush we nicknamed eat-em-up-us that make the green almost invisible from the elevated tee box. You can play safe and lay up to the left or cut the dogleg and go for the green and set yourself up for a birdie or maybe even an eagle.

Enjoy the view of the quarry from the 8th hole Tee area.







9th Hole, 220yd., Par 4


Hole9

The 9th is a dog leg to the right with an upward sloping fairway to an elevated green that is well protected by two sand bunkers. Big hitters go for the green from the tee, but the best play is to keep the ball in the fairway and set yourself up with your 2nd shot to the small elevated green.







Quarry View Golf Course Layout




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