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Golf Foursome with Carts at the Patterson Club in Fairfield, CT

Your bid supported: Metropolitan Golf Course Superintendents Association
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Donated by: The Patterson Club

You and three guests will enjoy a round of golf with carts at the Patterson Club in Fairfield, CT.

General Electric Co., for the betterment of their local executives, purchased Quasset Farm, the home of Carlton H. Palmer and Winthrop Palmer, the first female CT State Senator, on December 24, 1945 so that the Club could be expanded to include facilities for golf.

The clubhouse was opened June 15th, 1946 and the golf course designed by the premier architect of his time, Robert Trent Jones Sr., opened June 28, 1947. Attending the ribbon cutting ceremony and forming the first official foursome were Charles E. Wilson and Phillip D. Reed of General Electric, and renowned golfers Bobby Jones and Gene Sarazen. 

Over the years The Patterson Club has grown to become one of the most respected and finest conditioned golf courses in New England. The club has played host to the CT State Open, CT State Amateur, New England AJGA Championship as well as numerous MGA and MetPGA tournaments. 

With four sets of member tees and two sets of Jr. / Family tees, the golf course is enjoyable for golfers of all ages and ability levels. Our golf programs include; active 18 & 9 Hole Women's Associations, Men's Leagues, Mixed Golf events and extensive Junior Golf instruction programs and tournaments


Dates
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  • Experience will occur within the following date range(s):
    May 25, 2018 to Oct 31, 2018


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  • Valid for 4 people.
  • Event does not include a meal.
  • Minimum of one forecaddie is required.
  • Cost of the forecaddie is not included.
Lot #1510610


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  • Travel and accommodations are not included.
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  • To be scheduled at a mutually agreed upon date, based on the donor's availability.
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