Manchester Country Club, in Manchester, Connecticut, is a 6,339-yard, par-72 championship golf course designed by two famed architects, Tom Bendelow and Deveroux Emmet. The course has been open and operating since 1917, making its history as impressive as the grounds itself. While playing you'll find yourself in awe of the course conditions, making for a truly wonderful time on the links. With plenty of bunkers along the fairways and protecting the greens, you'll be challenged to hit your clubs with precision. Concentration on the greens will be key, as they can move quick with subtle breaks to them and if read incorrectly can cause damage to your scorecard. To locals, Manchester Country Club is known as "Old New England Design," because it uses the natural land to its advantage, which results in less cookie-cutter and a more unique golfing experience. Arrive early to hit the practice area or grab something to eat so you're not hungry while taming the course.