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Golf Foursome with Carts at Rolling Hills Country Club in Wilton, CT

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Donated by: Rolling Hills Country Club

You and three guests will enjoy a round of golf with carts at Rolling Hills Country Club.

Rolling Hills Country Club features a spectacular 18-hole golf course with tee boxes that range from 5,454 yards to 6,737 yards with a slope from the back tees of 139 and a course rating of 73.1. The course was originally designed by Alfred Tull in 1960 and was renovated by Roger Rulewich in 2002.

The CSGA awarded Rolling Hills Country Club with the 2011 Distinguished Club Award in honor of its 50th anniversary and longtime support of the association as a member in good standing and host of competitions.

Their club is one of just two country clubs in the state that has had the honor of hosting the CT Amateur, CT Open, Palmer Cup, CT Senior Amateur and CT Women's Open.

Rolling Hills Country Club is currently undergoing renovation and has selected Tripp Davis and Associates to prepare a master plan for the course.  

“We are honored to be invited by Rolling Hills to work on this original Alfred Tull designed course,” said Tripp Davis.  “The course is situated on a former farmland and is routed through corridors of scenic rolling terrain.  I was truly excited with my first tour of the Rolling Hills course, which is very beautiful and has the potential to be an even more interesting course to play.  The opportunity for strategic design subtleties this land and Tull’s routing provide truly is unique.” 

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

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  • Valid for 4 people.
  • Participants must be 21 or older.
  • Cost of food and beverages are not included.
  • Valid Tuesday-Thursday only.
Lot #1510619

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Metropolitan Golf Course Superintendents Association

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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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