General Course Information

Hartford Greens Country Club, formerly known as Pole Valley Players Club, is an 18 hole public golf course. New ownership took over on July 31, 2020. Our beautiful course provides a player friendly experience for golfers of all levels. 

Family owned and operated, Hartford Greens Country Club is nestled in a small valley between the Adirondacks Mountains of New York and the Green Mountains of Vermont. Rumor has it as being the “best kept secret in Washington County.”

Our 18 hole public golf course was designed by golf professional Steve Forbes along with on site advice from world renowned architect Geoff Cornish. As we work towards making improvements, our course promises to set itself apart from other courses in the area.

Currently, the golf course features practice facilities, 30+ sand traps, natural ravines, rivers & ponds, and large greens that average 5,000 square feet. The course plays well, our greens are the best in the area and the views are spectacular! We are conveniently located within short driving distances from Glens Falls, Queensbury, Saratoga Springs, Lake George, Kingsbury and we are just minutes from the Vermont border.

We look forward to getting to know you and we appreciate your support!! Questions? Give us a call 518-632-9632.

Hours of Operation

The course is OPEN for members and golfers. We hope to be fully open with food, alcohol and golf SOON!

The Hartford Greens Country Club is open from early Spring until the frosty Winter effects take over.

When the course is open, we are open for 7 days a week. You can make tee times by calling the shop at 518-632-9632 or booking online.

*Please note: Hours of Operation change seasonally. Times and dates may also vary due to the scheduling of events. If you have any questions, please feel free to give us a call.

Tee Times

Tee Times may be made up to 30 days in advance for public golfers and 60 days in advance for members. Although walk-ins are always welcome at the course, some days and times we get busy, so the best way to avoid any delays in getting out on the course is to book your tee time in advance.

To schedule a tee time, call us at (518) 632-9632.
OR click here to book your tee time online now!

Driving Range

Daily – During current hours of operation for the course.

*Please note: Hours of Operation change seasonally. Times and dates may also vary due to the scheduling of events. If you have any questions, please feel free to give us a call.


The Hartford Greens Country Club is located just minutes from the Vermont border and less than 25 miles from Lake George, NY. So, whether you are coming up from the Albany or Saratoga Springs area, down from Lake George and areas north, or crossing the border from Vermont we are just a short drive away. Click here for directions.

USGA Rating

Course Rating – 70
Slope- 116

Course Rating- 66.1
Slope- 113

Course Rating- 61
Slope- 97

Rain Check Policy

Rain checks are available when a guest is unable to complete the desired round. Rain checks will be determined based upon the number of holes played. For more details, call us at (518) 632-9632.


Play is governed by USGA Rules of Golf.

Please fill all divots with sand provided, repair all ball marks, and keep with the group in front of you.

Observe normal cart etiquette – keep carts off slopes, out of wet areas and a minimum of 30 feet away from greens.

Club Rentals

Are you traveling from out of the area and don’t want to bring your clubs? No worries…we offer club rentals. Call us today for more information at (518) 632-9632.

Frost Delay

Frost Delay to opening today (Nov. 4). 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. There will be a frost delay at Hartford Greens Country Club any time the temperatures are below 32 degrees and frost is on the course. We do not like delaying your play anymore than you like waiting, but we have to allow nature to take its course and prevent damage to our course. So, next time the temperatures drop into the freezing range, do yourself a favor and call the clubhouse to ask if there is a delay before heading out for your early tee time.