Lisbon Country Golf Club, is a Public, 9 hole golf course located in Lisbon, Connecticut.
Lisbon Village golf course first opened for play in 1929. The course was designed by Ralph Barton.
Characteristic of courses built during this era, Lisbon Village golf course has undulating greens, scenic elevated tees and tricky approach shots. The first few holes are in the river valley and then you need to get your hiking shoes on. The finishing par 3 is an almost blind shot to the green which adds to the fun and challenging.
The Lisbon Village Country Club golf course's nine-hole format provides an alternative set of tees for a different experience on the second 9-hole loop. The front nine yardages is 2,890, and the back nine yardage is 2,907. The slope at Lisbon Village Country club is 127, rating is 70.6 and par is 72.
The course closed in 2001.