Cedar Knob Golf Course, is a Public, 18 hole golf course located in Somers, Connecticut.
Cedar Knob golf course first opened for play in 1963. Cedar Knob was designed by Geoffrey S. Cornish.
Cedar Knob golf course requires solid course management on the front nine if you want any chance at scoring a low round. The back nine is much tighter and has a lot more trees. The course's signature hole is #18, a 405-yard, par 4, requiring tee shot up a severe dogleg left fairway featuring a pond with a fountain in the center. Hole #17, a 480-yard, par 4, has the only elevated tee. Numerous well-positioned bunkers have been placed throughout the course. Water hazards (ponds and brooks) come into play on at least four holes.
Cedar Knob Golf Course plays to a par of 72 and a maximum distance of 6,734 yards for course rating of 72.0 and a slope rating of 126.
Blue tees: 6,734 yards, course rating 72.0, slope rating 126.
White tees: 6,298 yards, course rating 70.3, slope rating 119
Red tees: 5,784 yards, course rating 73.9, slope rating 129
$41 (cart included), played on Sunday, June 2011 at 2pm
Good Solid Challenge, never really allows for play from back tees. Greens are adequate. Nice Course.
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