May 22nd - 23rd, 2017
Country Club of Waterbury, Waterbury, Connecticut
PAR AND YARDAGE – The Country Club of Waterbury will play at approximately 6,658 yards and a par of 35-34—69.
USGA COURSE RATING AND SLOPE RATING — The USGA Course Rating for Country Club of Waterbury is 71.8; Slope Rating is 134.
HOLE BY HOLE –
Holes 1-9 will play at 3,353 yards and a par of 35
Holes 10-18 will play at 3,205 and a par of 34
COURSE SET-UP –
Teeing ground – perennial bluegrass/Poa annua; Height of grass – 0.375”
Fairways and approaches – perennial bluegrass/Poa annua; Height of grass – 0.375”
Putting greens – creeping bentgrass/Poa annua; Height of grass – 0.10 inch with a speed of 10.5 feet on USGA stimpmeter
Rough – perennial bluegrass/fine fescue; Height of grass – 3 inches
ARCHITECT – The Country Club of Waterbury was originally founded in 1899 with a nine hole course constructed by Waterbury, Conn. Native Arthur Fenn. In 1927, the club hired noted golf architect Donald Ross to develop a first-class 18-hole layout on a combination of existing and newly acquired land. The new Ross course opened for play on Saturday, September 15, 1928, and has become a cornerstone for the tradition of this club.