TPC At River Highlands, is a Private, 18 hole golf course located in Cromwell, Connecticut.
Original known as Edgewood Country Club the course first opened for play in 1928.
In 1982, The course was re-designed by Pete Dye and became known as the TPC of Connecticut, providing a new venue for the Greater Hartford Open in 1984.
In 1989, the golf course was again redesigned, this time by Bobby Weed. The course is now known as TPC At River Highlands
The golf course has been ranked by Golf Digest among the top ten in the state of Connecticut and awarded Best CT Private Course by CTGolfer Online for six years in a row. Challenging, yet fair, the course plays to a par 70 and 6,841 yards.
The finishing holes provide a memorable climax to the golfing experience. Holes 15 through 17, commonly referred to as The Golden Triangle, play around a four acre pond that dictates a variety of shot-making options. Number 18 leads to a green that is framed by a grass amphitheater.
$101 (cart included), played on Monday, July 2007 at 8am
Good course that had there PGA tour event just before we played there and was still "cleaning up". Course in good shape but the lay out really needs to be improved to be a top course. Being a TPC course the cost is pricey.
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$101 (cart included), played on Wednesday, July 2008 at 10am
Course is below standard for a TPC course. TPC Boston makes this course look like a Muni