Chanticlair Golf Course - golf courses

Chanticlair Golf Course - Golf courses, Colchester, CT

User Reviews (2)

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EL HS   Shoots in the 90s [Jun 18, 2007]

Overall a neat 9 hole course tucked away in a scenic town. Several fun holes to play, however overall condition of the course suffers. Definitely not worth the money for most of their rates. Much better courses are available for less money. Mostly a problem with the management. Current owners Dave and Carey Stollman have issues with kids playing their course. Change their policies on carts and course fees whenever they feel its neccessary. For kids 18 and younger this is NOT the course for you. Terrible tee time scheduling as well.

Customer Service

Overall, course managment was probably the worse I've ever experienced. For example, I had to remind the owner of his junior rate numerous times as he continued to over charge my partner and I. Not worth the frustration or trouble.

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1
Value
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1
james_poulard   Shoots in the 70s [Jun 19, 2002]

Overall dissapointment. Main problem is tees. The grass is not properly cut and NO tees are level. The fairways are in decent condition with few burns. Putting is very inconsistent and can lead to frustration. Speed changes from green to green. Plastic "ring" in cup does not comply with USGA regulations. Course management is decent, however, sand traps were very shallow and stony and were the home to several hundred yellow jackets. The course was crowded with many beginners and high-handicaped golfers. Overall rating is 1 of 5.

Customer Service

No on-site pro. I was grouped with 4 other people, making a fivesome. Our tee-time was not on schedule. If you want a good laugh, this is the course for you.

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1
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1
Jeremy Figoten   Shoot in the 80s [Jun 25, 2000]

This course was probably one of the easiest courses I have played. But, at the same time it was quite enjoyable and was in great condition. The tee boxes for the most part were well kept and almost all divots in the fairways were fixed. The greens were kept in great condition and had no divot marks. The main emphasis of this course was accuracy. If I walked up to a hole and smashed the ball, I usually found myself in some kind of trouble. A good safe drive of about 250-270 yards down the middle of the fairway is far superior to a bombed drive with little accuracy on any hole. The par three holes were quite easy and required a soft touch from the rough and fringe. The par fives were very narrow and fast. This combination resulted in a few dissapointing drives that seemed good at first but rolled into the side rough.

Customer Service

Getting a tee time at this course was easy but upon arriving, there was a number of people there. This resulted in a long wait and me being grouped with four other people which was not very fun.

Similar Products Used: The practice green was in great shape and allowed you to warm up nicely.
OVERALL
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2
Value
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3
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