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Must Plays: Tallwood Country Club
By John Torsiello | Published  07/8/2015 | Connecticut | Unrated
Must Plays: Tallwood Country Club
Tallwood Country Club in Hebron, CT offers golf for all abilities.
Tallwood is superb daily fee course that is located a scant five or six miles from Twin Hills, making it very possible to play 36 on a summer’s day and fully appreciate what the McDermott family and others has worked so hard and long to accomplish; great golf at affordable prices.

Tallwood is also known for its classic New England landscape. Situated on over 200 acres of rolling country farmland, it’s another perfect place for a quiet golf getaway.

Both Tallwood, and its sister course down the road a bit, Twin Hills, offer a pleasingly eclectic mix of strong par-threes, long and demanding and then shortish and tricky par-fours, as well as par-fives that sometimes are reachable in two for long hitters and other times, not so much.

The track has hosted many top amateur and state tournaments that challenge any level of player. The McDermott’s continue to upgrade the course and maintain championship course conditions.

Tallwood has won many awards and accolades but its proudest award is the Walter Lowell Public Course Distinguished Service award. The award shows the dedication to the game and the success over the years of the club and ownership.

Tallwood Country Club
Hebon, Ct.