Heritage Village Country Club, in Southbury, Connecticut, is a 6,241-yard, par-72 championship golf course with four sets of tees, making it a wonderful choice that will challenge every golfer. Using land that was previously farmland in the 1800s, designer Al Zikorus constructed the area into an 18-hole track, and it opened in 1967. It has recently gone through a name change and is now known as Silo Point Country Club. Winding through a community, the holes are rarely straight, begging players to play with discipline and intelligence. While aim will be important off the tee, it will be just as crucial when approaching the greens as the Pomperaug River snakes throughout the course causing plenty of ways for your ball to get wet. After playing Heritage Village Country Club for the first time, you'll for sure be back, as each time you'll learn something new that will help bring your score lower. A pro shop, practice area and restaurant are all available to players.