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Welcome to

Simsbury Farms

Our Coaching Philosophy

The professional staff at Simsbury Farms is committed to helping you improve your game. As a full-service teaching facility, with a 300 yard outdoor driving range and putting green, we offer a full schedule of group clinics, as well as private and semi-private lessons for all ages and abilities.

Whether you are a novice or an experienced player, we will work with you at your level, to help you achieve your personal best.

John Verrengia, Club PGA Professional

In 2015, John and his experienced staff continue the tradition of excellence as PGA instructors at the Simsbury Farms Golf Course. John and his staff provide both adult and junior lessons and clinics throughout the year.

With more than 25 years of experience 20  teaching the game of golf, John has helped hundreds of people improve their game. He is an active member of the PGA of America, and continues to play a role in the section’s Junior and Special Olympics programs. As Head Golf Professional at Simsbury Farms, he is available to teach private and group lessons.

Adult Unlimited
$ 1280.00
Adult Limited (Mon.- Fri.)
Senior Citizen - Limited (65 and over)
$ 675.00
Senior Citizen- Unlimited (65 and over) $ 1150.00
Junior (17 and under) $ 450.00
Junior (10 week pass) $ 300.00
Non Resident
Adult $ 1575.00
Senior Citizen Weekday only (65 and over) $ 875.00
Senior Citizen- Unlimited (65 and over) $ 1455.00
Junior (17 and under) $ 520.00
Junior (10 week pass) $ 350.00

entranceThe Simsbury Farms Recreational Complex was a vision of town officials in the late 1960's when the former Orkil Farms orchard was purchased. A total of 235 acres with rolling hills and picturesque views comprise this complex. Work on the Simsbury Farms Golf Course was started immediately after the purchase.

The golf course, which is 6,509 yards in length, was designed by renowned architect Geoffrey Cornish and opened for play in 1972. Recognized as one of the top 100 courses in New England by the New England Journal of Golf, "The Farms" provides an excellent test of golf for players of all levels. A driving range and large practice green as well as a newly constructed club house compliment the golfing complex.

"The Farms" has been host to tournaments such as the Connecticut State Women's Amateur Championship, State High School Golf Championship, Connecticut Men's Public Links Championship and most recently the Connecticut Senior Open.

It was also the first public golf course in Connecticut to achieve certification as an Audubon International Cooperative Sanctuary.