Happy Thanksgiving

Happy Thanksgiving wishes from our family to yours. We are thankful for sunny days , kind souls , friends , family , our staff , our veterans and you ! We hope you all get delicious birdies and have a wonderful Thanksgiving !

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Google reviews- Hartford Greens Country Club online customer reviews

Online Customer Reviews

Online customer reviews have seemingly taken over the old word of mouth recommendations of the past. So, we’d like to give a big THANK YOU to our patrons who have taken the time to give us a rating and review on Google. Your review is helping other golfers decide whether or not to come play their next round on our course. According to Invesp, 90% of consumers read online reviews before visiting a business. And 88% of consumers trust online reviews as much as personal recommendations. The same is true for golf courses as proven in 2016 when Golf Shake…

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Fall on the golf course at Hartford Greens Country Club

Open until December

We plan to remain open until December and thanks to some quick action by owner, Mark Faille we will be able to do so with golf carts! Last week we were left in an unfortunate situation by our previous golf cart rental company- as they came and took our rented golf carts away without notice. We are extremely grateful to Collin Hunter of Five Star Golf Cars for supplying us with golf carts so quickly last Friday and in doing so allowing us to provide golf carts to our patrons. With the unseasonably warm weather this past week, it has…

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Frost Delay on golf course

Golf Course Frost Delays

When temperatures drop overnight causing frost to form on the fairways and putting greens we choose to implement a ‘Frost Delay.’ When the golf course runs a frost delay it normally pushes back all the tee times until the ground has warmed up enough for the frost to melt.   Reasons for Golf Course Frost Delay We’re coming into that frosty time of year here in Upstate New York. Although golf course turf is normally resilient to traffic, when ice crystals form inside the plants, they become brittle and vulnerable to damage. If frost on the course is ignored and…

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