Fiddler's Elbow Country Club Club's original River Course opened in 1965 as a 27 hole complex. The River Course was designed by Hal Purdy. The Club was expanded to 36 holes in 1990 with the addition of nine new holes designed by Brian Silva. This new nine was combined with 9 holes of the original 27 hole River Course to form the Meadow Course. The Forest Course was added in 1994. The Forest Course was designed by Rees Jones.
The River Course plays to a par-72. Black 7,014 yards, Blue 6,862 yards, White 6,423 yards, Red 5,480 yards.
The Meadows Course plays to a par-72. Black 6,793 yards, Blue 6,446 yards, White 6,285 yards, Red 5,508 yards.
The Forest Course plays to a par-72. Black 7,128 yards, Blue 6,716 yards, White 6,262 yards, Red 5,154 yards.
Guest (cart included), played on Friday, June 2011 at 8am
Played a part of a tournament. Course was decent, pace was terrible (even for a shotgun/best ball tournament). After play dinner was not impressive.
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