Quarry Ridge Course Details

The eighteen holes at Quarry Ridge are spectacularly set among rolling hills and granite rock outcroppings. Overlooking the Meshomasic State Forest and the Connecticut River, the course was designed by Al Zikorus and Joe Kelley and opened in 1993.

Come play Quarry Ridge where everyone will enjoy the golf, spectacular views, a great restaurant and a banquet facility that specializes in golf outings. Make your tee time reservation today.

Black: yards 6389, rating 70.9, slope 124, par 72
Blue: yards 6049, rating 69.5, slope 119, par 72
Green: yards 5213, rating 65.1, slope 108, par 72
Red: yards 4852, rating 66.7, slope 117, par 72

Score Card

Course Tour

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Hole 1

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Par

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4

10

10

357

350

324

300

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Welcome to the most scenic course in the state. This opening hole is a mid-length par 4 from an elevated tee viewing north into the hills and valleys.
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Pro Tips

This is a par 4 from an elevated tee. The farther down the fairway you hit it the wider the landing area gets. The best angle to the hole would be from the left side. The only trouble found is over the green.
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Hole 2

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Par

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3

16

18

164

155

123

114

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This 144-yard par 3 is a short but challenging hole. The green is large and protected by bunkers short left and back right.
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Pro Tips

This is a medium-length par 3 with bunkers short left and back right. This hole should not present any trouble with such a large green.
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Hole 3

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Par

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Blue

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4

6

12

410

383

267

262

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Our 3rd hole is a slight dogleg left from an elevated tee with a kidney shaped green.
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Pro Tips

This is a dogleg-left par 4. We would recommend using a driver from this tee. There is a lot more room out there than it looks. Your approach shot must stay left, because the right side of the green has a steep slope. If you happen to hit down the right bank, the building will be played as an immovable obstruction. Please take relief at the nearest point.
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Hole 4

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Par

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Blue

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5

18

5

509

463

413

406

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This par 5 is reachable for the longer hitter. The hole moves slightly right off the tee shot, with a large green and a picturesque pond to the rear.
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Pro Tips

This is a par 5 that can be played in many ways. The hole is reachable for most players from the Blue tee. The hazard on the left is reachable, so hit your drive down the right side. Once you are in the fairway you have the choice of laying up or going for it. If you go for the green, be aware of the hazards left and long of the green.
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Hole 5

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Par

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4

12

14

378

337

310

280

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The 5th hole is a par 4 that doglegs to the right. From the tee, a pond borders the left side of the tee box. This hole plays to a large green with a bunker on the front left.
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Pro Tips

This par 4 is definitely suited for those who cut the ball. The only problem this hole presents is a hazard that runs the entire left side of the hole. These water hazards are lateral, so take an appropriate drop if you hit into those areas. Please remember while going to the 6th tee to stop at the intersection, and wait for the group ahead of you to tee off before proceeding up.
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Hole 6

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Par

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Black

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5

14

4

495

448

426

420

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During the fall this is one of the most photographed holes on the course. The hole starts from an elevated tee to a large landing area. The green is long and undulating.
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Pro Tips

This is a reachable par 5 with a very difficult green and a steep slope right of the green. Play your tee shot down the right side of the fairway if you are going for the green in two. Club selection is key for either your second or third shot. Make sure you check the pin placement when leaving the 5th hole. You need to be on same level as the pin. The best place to miss the approach shot is the left side.
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Hole 7

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Par

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4

2

2

356

346

309

304

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A classic Quarry Ridge hole. Both the tee box and the green are elevated. This hole was nominated as one of Connecticut's best par 4s. Magnificent rock formations beyond the landing area make this a challenging hole to play.
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Pro Tips

This is the first of many signature holes at Quarry Ridge. Use a club off the tee that will leave approximately 120 yards left to the green. Try to hit your shot at the rock outcropping on the right side of the fairway. The fairway slopes from right to left. Add a club for your approach shot because of the elevation of the green.
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Hole 8

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Par

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4

4

6

405

392

268

256

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This par 4 also features an elevated tee to an elevated landing area. From the landing area the hole moves to the left. There is a bunker short right of the green with rock formations on the left.
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Pro Tips

This par 4 requires a well-placed tee shot. Favor the left side of the fairway because the fairway slopes to the right. The green is sloped from front to back. Play your approach shot to the right side of the green; there is a mound on the right side that can kick your ball onto the green if you miss.
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Hole 9

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Par

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3

8

16

201

178

125

120

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The 9th hole is our longest par 3 on the course. It plays from an elevated tee to a fairway and is lined on both sides with large trees and ledges. The green is guarded by a bunker short right.
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Pro Tips

This is a straight-forward par 3. Favor the right side for your tee shot. The hole tends to play about a half club short of the yardage on a calm day because of the elevated tee.
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Hole 10

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Par

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Blue

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4

13

9

334

326

284

278

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This is Quarry Ridge's signature hole with spectacular views of the Connecticut River Valley. The hole is a par 4 with two bunkers in front of a sloping green. An indication of what to expect on the back nine.
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Pro Tips

This is one of Quarry Ridge's most spectacular holes. Pick a club that will leave you 100 yards to the green. Play your approach shot to the right center of the green. It is very difficult to hold the green when pin placement is on the left side of the green.
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Hole 11

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Par

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5

7

3

455

447

427

311

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A narrow uphill par 5 that moves right after the tee shot. The second and third shots are straightaway to an undulating green with a front right bunker. A good hole for a birdie.
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Pro Tips

This par 5 is reachable with two solid shots. Favor the left side of the fairway for your tee shot. If you are trying to hit the green in two, the best place to miss would be short and left. It is very difficult to get up and down if you are long or right of the green side bunker. The green is very fast from back to front.
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Hole 12

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Par

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4

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447

442

386

381

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The longest of our par 4s has one of the best views. From the green be sure to look to the southwest toward Middletown and Sleepy Giant Mountain Range.
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Pro Tips

Quarry Ridge's most difficult hole. If you are playing the Blue tee, long hitters need to stay left off the tee. The green is very small with a small slope through the back middle. Pick the short club if you are between clubs, trouble can be found long and right.
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Hole 13

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Par

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4

17

13

310

293

284

214

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The cart path winds up the side of a ledge outcropping. A picturesque tee like none other. From the tee is a great view of the Connecticut River.
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Pro Tips

Another one of Quarry Ridge's signature holes. If you go for the green make sure you favor the right side of the fairway. If you choose to lay up, use a club that will leave you approximately 80 yards left to the green. That is the flattest part of the fairway, leaving you an easier approach shot. Be careful of the left side of the green. A steep slope will take your ball into the woods or onto the 12th tee box, leaving yourself a very difficult second or third shot to the green.
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Hole 14

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Par

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3

11

15

162

154

135

129

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A great downhill par 3 bordered by a pond on the left and ledges to the right.
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Pro Tips

Watch the wind on this par 3. The wind can be very difficult to judge. Correct club selection is a must. Add a club for a left pin placement. A shot that is left and short will roll back into the water hazard.
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Hole 15

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Par

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4

9

11

368

337

294

275

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This is a mid-length par 4 with a fairway that slopes to the left. From the landing area a short iron shot uphill to a two-tiered green.
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Pro Tips

Straight hitters can aim down the right side of the fairway. For the longer hitters there is some trouble right of the cart path. The ideal angle for your approach shot would be from the left center of the fairway. A steep slope is left of the green.
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Hole 16

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Par

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15

17

149

144

123

109

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Hole 16 is an uphill par 3 with dramatic rock formations surrounding the green.
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Pro Tips

This is a beautiful uphill par 3. Take one more club for the yardage to the cover the uphill slope. The only place to get into trouble is long and right.
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Hole 17

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Par

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7

476

459

410

398

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Reachable par 5 that is bordered by trees leading to a large, elongated green.
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Pro Tips

Straightforward par 5 hole. This is a three-shot hole for most players, but some can get home in two. Along the right and left side is a lateral water hazard that can come into play on your drive and second shot.
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Hole 18

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4

3

5

422

395

305

295

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A great finishing hole with an uphill tee shot to a wide landing area. The second shot plays downhill alongside the quarry for which the course is named. The clubhouse views to the rear of a large green. A great experience where golf and nature combine.
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Pro Tips

The 18th is one of our longer par 4s. We recommend hitting driver to a large landing area. From the landing area the hole plays downhill to a large green. Please keep in mind the elevation change when selecting your club. Thank you for playing Quarry Ridge Golf Course.
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