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99 Country Club Dr
Oxford, CT  06478-3158
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www.OxfordGreens.com
Oxford Greens Course

18 hole regulation length course

Public golf course

72 par | 7,147 yards

Bent grass


Oxford Greens Golf Course


The 18-hole "Oxford Greens" course at the The Golf Club At Oxford Greens facility in Oxford, Connecticut features 7,147 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72. Designed by Cornish, Silva & Mungeam, Inc., the Oxford Greens golf course opened in 2005. Billy Casper Golf manages this facility, with Joshua McKin as the General Manager.

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Reviewed August 26, 2013

I have been a member here for 5 years. When I originally joined, this course had a great reputation. It was considered one of the top public courses in the state. Very challenging. Frequented mostly by better golfers. Ownership has ruined it. They have no interest in maintaining that great reputation. They, instead, think they can sit back and benefit from old press articles which rave about the course. They seemed to be most concerned about the amount of play they get, rather than the quality of play. They have initiated some ridiculously cheap rates. Consequently, the course is full from sun up to sunset. But, not full of quality golfers who understand etiquette and have respect for a golf course. Now, it's full of many who have no business being on a golf course. People who are there because it's so cheap. Not because it WAS a great course. The membership is starting to grumble. Many talk of not returning. The tee boxes are terrible, the fairways are full of unfilled divots, some deep enough to see China, and the greens look like targets full of buck shot. Nobody, other than true golfers and members, fixes any pitch marks. The grounds crew can't keep up with the mess which this cheapo rate golfer is making. It is beginning to remind me of a low-budget muni. It's a shame. This was once a highly respected golf facility. Now it is a dump. The general manager seems to have his hands tied by ownership, who only cares about how much play they are getting. I predict their will be a membership uprising in the near future. The value of the membership went way down when they started the reduced rates. It's not worth it to pay for a membership, when you can play as many rounds as a member might, and pay less money over the counter. All summer it has been 19 bucks, with a cart, after 5. 5 and a half hour rounds are common. Weekend outings, slowing the course down to a crawl are also common. Most (not all) the rangers are useless. Some try to keep things moving, but the majority just ride around and wave. And even when there is a slow group, the rangers have trouble because it seems management doesn't support them to force someone to pick up and move it along after being told to do so two or three times. I guess I am spoiled. I joined five years back and felt like I was at an really nice, quality golf course. The range was always filled with nice swings and good golfers. Now it looks like it could be one of those ranges where there are batting cages, an arcade and and supply of free 15-20 year old junk clubs to use if you don't have your own clubs to whack away. It's sad. Ownership has ruined what was once a highly respected track.

Reviewed September 24, 2012

Played Oxford Greens in mid-Sept 2012. Course was in the worst shape in the 5+ years that I have been playing there. Unfortunately, the course clearly suffers from apathy and neglect on the part of the greenskeeping crew - tees and greens in bad shape, and sand traps unplayable (erosion cracks, no sand). It will be a long time before I return. Also, a lot of the wooded areas around 5th tee, 6th fairway (left side) and between 6th green and 7th tee have been 'clear cut', with much digging to prepare for new housing units. Area to right of 7th green and fairway already have new construction underway. I played the course in mid-May and none of these issues existed, and if I had written a review then, it would have been significantly better.

Reviewed July 18, 2009

This is a magnificent course. A delight to play and a challenge to the dedicated golfer. I might just move into the area to play this gem much more frequently. The first time I played Oxford Greens it was wet and that was the only problem, especially coming down the 18th fairway with a gallery watching my approach. Having never played a "duff" shot all day I promptly played three and blotted my copybook for the day. I have played many courses this year and Oxford Greens is at the top of the list. Very interesting tie up through the Casper Group with Lyman Orchards, so this is a membership which is very much on the agenda.

5 stars easily.

Reviewed June 15, 2009

Reviewed August 07, 2008

At twilight or super twilight rates this is an excellent value. It's a difficult course but a beautiful layout. The greens tend to actually be too fast in the late summer due to drying out.Very undulating greens that are difficult to read. Great mix of longer holes and short par 4 that challenge the good golfer. The back nine is the better of the nines from a layout perspective. Tough holes include #'s 2,3,8,9,14 & 18. All in all a top course that is a must play if you are in the Oxford area.

Reviewed March 17, 2008

Possibly best place around the New Haven area.

Reviewed March 17, 2007

Reviewed March 12, 2007

A good test with scenery

I found this course to be very well cared for , scenic, and a very good test of the game. Be especially alert at hole #3, must keep drive in the fairway. Think about your tee shots with the driver, it is not always needed.

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  • Latest Scores
Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
1 Bobby S. N/A 44 44 05/17/07
2 roger M. 20 90 70 08/24/07
3 Josh Z. 20 92 72 04/15/12
4 Dr. Mark S. 27 100 73 06/03/09
5 mark N. 24 97 73 04/26/08
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Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
24 Derek V. 25 103 78 09/18/16
56 vincent P. N/A 140 140 05/14/16
23 Dennis G. 10 88 78 07/05/14
55 James H. N/A 129 129 07/28/13
13 Thomas M. 28 104 76 07/05/13

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About The Golf Club At Oxford Greens

The Golf Club At Oxford Greens

Community facility

Managed by Billy Casper Golf

20 tees driving range

18 regulation holes

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Course Staff

Joshua McKin, General Manager
Benjamin Mackey, Golf Professional
Bryan Barrington, GCSAA, Superintendent
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