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Hole 1

Par 4 - 391 yards

Description:
This slight dogleg left requires an accurate tee shot in the fairway to leave a mid-iron approach.

Hole 1

Hole 2

Par 3 - 145 yards

Description:
Having the right club on this downhill par 3 is a good start, but 3 bunkers protect one of the smallest greens on the property. Hit this green and you will have a great chance for birdie.

Pro’s tip: This is one of the flattest greens on the course. Don’t over read your putt!

Hole 2

Hole 3

Par 5 - 476 yards

Description:
Don’t let the yardage fool you. This uphill hole requires most players to be accurate on all three shots. The fairway slopes right to left and the approach plays about a club longer than you think.

Hole 3

Hole 4

Par 4 - 389 yards

Description:
An accurate tee shot that avoids the fairway bunker on the right side sets up a slightly uphill approach shot to a well-bunkered green.

Hole 4

Hole 5

Par 5 - 504 yards

Description:
With a lateral hazard lining the left side of the hole until the green, this hole feels a lot narrower than it actually is. Big hitters beware: there isn’t much room to miss if you’re looking to get home in 2!

Hole 5

Hole 6

Par 3 - 188 yards

Description:
This uphill par 3 can play as much as 3 clubs different depending on where the flag is. Pay close attention and avoid the bunkers in front and behind this green.

Hole 6

Hole 7

Par 4 - 347 yards

Description:
This dogleg left forces many players to leave their driver in the bag. There are 4 bunkers surrounding this elevated green which requires a well-placed mid iron approach.

Pro’s tip: Play your approach to the middle of the green. A missed green here usually means a bogey for most players.

Hole 7

Hole 8

Par 4 - 326 yards

Description:
This tight, downhill par 4 tests your accuracy off the tee with fairway bunkers both left and right. A good opportunity to make a birdie if you don’t get greedy off the tee.

Hole 8

Hole 9

Par 4 - 425 yards

Description:
The final hole on the Red nine requires two solid golf shots to get to one of the biggest greens at Tumble Brook.

Hole 9

Hole 10

Par 4 - 407 yards

Description:
This straight, slightly downhill par 4 requires an accurate tee shot down the left side leaving a mid-iron approach to a green which slopes from back to front.

Pro’s tip: Leave your approach shot below the pin for the best opportunity to make your putt.

Hole 10

Hole 11

Par 4 - 358 yards

Description:
This downhill par 4 forces many players to leave their driver in the bag in order to avoid the 3 fairway bunkers in play off the tee.

Hole 11

Hole 12

Par 4 - 375 yards

Description:
An accurate tee shot is rewarded by a mid to short iron over water to a very receptive green. A wayward tee shot can find the out-of-bounds left of the hole or one of 3 fairway bunkers right of the fairway.

Hole 12

Hole 13

Par 3 - 183 yards

Description:
This par 3 over water plays slightly longer than the yardage. Bunkers left and right of the green guard one of the best greens on this property.

Hole 13

Hole 14

Par 4 - 407 yards

Description:
The #1 handicap on this side, this par 4 challenges players of all abilities from tee to green. A slight dogleg left leads to a big green sloped back to front.

Hole 14

Hole 15

Par 5 - 508 yards

Description:
From this elevated tee, this par 5 looks daunting but it doesn’t have to be. After an accurate tee shot, keep your second shot away from the lateral hazard right of the fairway and short of the water about 100 yards from the green. Play to a comfortable distance and reap the rewards of playing it safe.

Hole 15

Hole 16

Par 4 - 403 yards

Description:
This uphill par 4 challenges players from the tee box to the green. If you’re lucky enough to keep your ball between the fairway bunkers, take an extra club on your approach.

Hole 16

Hole 17

Par 5 - 555 yards

Description:
The seventeenth hole at Tumble Brook is a slight dogleg which turns to the right with a fairway that slopes left. Keep it in the fairway on all three shots in order to have the best chance for a birdie.

Pro’s tip: Keep it down the right side on your second shot to avoid an uneven lie.

Hole 17

Hole 18

Par 3 - 151 yards

Description:
The final hole on the Blue nine is a par 3 that requires the player to fly the ball to at least the front of the green. This uphill shot forces you to take an extra club in order to avoid coming up short.

Hole 18

Hole 19

Par 4 - 377 yards

Description:
The first hole on the Green nine features a downhill tee shot that leaves you one of the most difficult approaches on the course. Expect your approach to play about a club longer and to kick to your right before it stops.

Pro’s tip: A miss short is always better than a miss left here on your approach shot.

Hole 19

Hole 20

Par 3 - 136 yards

Description:
The shortest hole at Tumble Brook is a slightly uphill par 3 with a green that slopes from back to front. A good solid shot to this green will give you a good chance for a birdie.

Hole 20

Hole 21

Par 4 - 388 yards

Description:
This downhill par 4 is best set-up with a drive that splits the 2 bunkers on both sides of the fairway. Hit your short-iron to the middle of the green to avoid the bunker in the front, right side of the green.

Hole 21

Hole 22

Par 4 - 275 yards

Description:
Big hitters can "gamble" and try to knock their driver on the green, but an iron or hybrid off the tee will leave most players with a wedge to a small green. Guarded by water right of the green and a bunker left this is a hard hole to hit it close.

Hole 22

Hole 23

Par 5 - 499 yards

Description:
Players get a glimpse of water on every shot until they get to the green on this difficult par 5. A tee shot in the fairway is only the start of a hole that demands accuracy and solid contact. There is a creek that winds across the fairway about 150 yards from the green then moves up the left side of the hole only to wind back across the fairway about 30 yards from the green. Like most par 5’s, your third shot requires a good swing with the correct club.

Hole 23

Hole 24

Par 4 - 337 yards

Description:
This uphill par 4 has a fairway that slopes left to right towards a bunker just off the fairway about 120 yards from the green. Your approach shot will play slightly longer than the yardage. Control your trajectory and aim for the middle of this small green.

Hole 24

Hole 25

Par 4 - 387 yards

Description:
This par 4 turns gently to the right and requires a second shot that demands perfection. Avoid the fairway bunker on the right on your tee shot, then take an additional club for your second to ensure you get to the middle of the green and avoid the deep bunker guarding the right side of the green.

Hole 25

Hole 26

Par 3 - 226 yards

Description:
The iconic 26th hole at Tumble Brook is one of the top Par 3’s in the state. A beautiful scene of the Hartford skyline can be viewed from the tee. This downhill hole forces the player to hit a long club to a green well-guarded by deep bunkers left and right.

Hole 26

Hole 27

Par 5 - 509 yards

Description:
This uphill par 5 requires a powerful tee shot and second shot in order to set-up a comfortable third. Avoid all three fairway bunkers to ensure a short-iron to a green that has 2 tiers. Any approach not on the same level as the pin will leave a tough two putt.

Hole 27