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80 Miner Hills Dr
Middletown, CT  06457-8758
United States
P: (860) 635-0051
Miner Hills Family Course

9 hole executive length course

Public golf course

30 par | 1,756 yards | 97 slope

29.8 rating

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Miner Hills Family Golf Course

The 9-hole "Miner Hills Family" course at the Miner Hills Golf Course facility in Middletown, Connecticut features 1,756 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 30. The course rating is 29.8 and it has a slope rating of 97. Designed by John S. Ott, the Miner Hills Family golf course opened in 1994. Mike Streckfus manages the course as the Owner/Superintendent.


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Reviewed June 25, 2013

Overall a nice little par 3 course that has a few par 4's that let you take out the big one.
there are no real amenities outside of snacks and soda but they do cookouts for toury's.

the course upkeep is a lot better this year then years past and they are starting to make improvements. they could keep a little better care of the tee boxes but it's hard on par 3's to do that

staff is real friendly and its never really crowded and play moves surprisingly fast for a course that tend to bring in a lot of newer players

P.S: to some of the past comments lol...

1: the 7th hole is about 260 according to my rangefinder device....uphill all carry. this is much different then hitting a straight shot down a fairway 220 with 30 yards bounce and 20 yds roll.

2: carts are not stored in the garage, they don't have one. they even leave them out in the winter you can see a picture on their web site. you can take a cart out 30m prior to sunset if you want to and willing to pay for

3: I agree with the mowing esp on the tee boxes but remember that was the end of our little 9 inches of rain for a week weather. :)

4: no I don't work there or own it :P

Reviewed June 18, 2013

Disappointing; tees weren't mowed; no yardage markers on par 4; just generally not kept up

Reviewed April 06, 2012

Family run small 9 hole course. I play this course alot because it's 1 mile from my house. Friendly staff, maintained well but it does get very soggy in areas after heavy rain. The uphill 7th hole is always fun. Overall a decent executive course. For better players a good practice facility, for everyone else a good value course.

Reviewed June 24, 2011

A hilly course in the heart of Connecticut. It's a 9 hole executive course with no par 5's and mostly par 3's. You need to be accurate in order to score, and you will be able to use every club in your bag. It's a great course to learn the game on, and the price is fair. Hole #7 says it is 260 yards from the back tees, and to me and my son, who hits the ball a long way, it is impossible to drive the green.

Reviewed October 16, 2010

Reviewed May 07, 2010

Great course, although my first experience wasn't a great one. I got there with a friend at 6PM, the sun sets right around 8 and we were told we could NOT have a cart because they wouldn't be able to get it into the garage on time. So rather than ride and shoot the course (back 9) in about 90min, we ended walking and only getting in 7 holes in 2 hours. I am extremely disappointed and am not sure if I will ever go back. I like golfing after work but it looks like they are not very accomodating.


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  • Latest Scores
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Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
1 drew J. 30 40 10 05/02/10
2 kyle J. 29 49 20 05/04/12
3 David D. 16 41 25 06/23/09
4 Mark N. 8 39 31 08/13/12
5 Christopher J. 22 60 38 10/06/07
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Golf Course Information

About Miner Hills Family

Miner Hills Golf Course

Golf Only facility

7 tees driving range

9 executive holes

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Course Staff

Mike Streckfus, Owner/Superintendent
George Claffey, Golf Professional