Call for Starting Times May 1 through October 31 or for
Course Opening information
The Fenwick Golf Course is the oldest public golf course in the State of Connecticut and, following the Greenwich Country Club, the second oldest course in the State. The first three holes (5, 6 and 7) were laid out in 1894. Holes 2, 3 and 4 were added in 1895 and the full nine hole layout was completed in 1896. The upper part of the sixth green is the oldest green in the State in its original location.
Situated on a peninsula at the mouth of the Connecticut River, the Fenwick Golf Course is a links course which is open for play year-round dependent on the weather. There are spectacular views of the Connecticut River, Long Island Sound or the South Cove from every hole. In addition, there are some exceptional examples of historic, shingle style, beautifully maintained cottages.
Starting times are utilized between May 1 and October 31 and anyone can call for a starting time 24 hours in advance by calling (860) 388-2516 after 7 AM.
2015 Daily Fee Schedule for 9 Holes
|Nov. 1 – Dec. 31||20.00|
2016 Daily Fee Schedule for 9 Holes
|January 1 – April 30||20.00|
|May 1 – June 24||Mon. – Fri.||23.00|
|June 25 - Sept. 6||Mon. – Fri.||28.00|
|Sept. 7 – Oct. 31||Mon. – Fri.||23.00|
Nov. 1 – Dec. 31
The payment of the daily greens fee entitles the golfer to use of a pull cart, but no motorized carts are available. Cash and credit cards, Mastercard, Visa or Discovery, are accepted.
Season tickets are available by calling 860-388-3499 or stopping by the Borough Office on Maple Avenue. The cost of a Season Ticket varies from $950 to $1200 depending on the town of residence and the type of ticket. A Season Ticketholder can also purchase a ticket for his or her spouse at a discounted rate.
In addition to the main course, there is also a rebuilt and redesigned five hole Ryder Cup course which is primarily for pre-teenage golfers. In July and August it tends to be crowded so golfers should call to determine availability and fee schedule.