2021 golf at Hartford Greens Country Club

What will 2021 golf look like?

Pretty safe to say no one predicted what would happen around the world in 2020. So, to venture a guess as to what 2021 will bring is just that- a guess. The COVID-19 pandemic caused the shut down of schools, work places, restaurants, etc. Golf was even shut down for a brief time at the beginning, but was then allowed again. Golf suddenly became the safe go-to activity in an otherwise threatening world. Men and women who had previously had a love for the game, were happy to have golf as an outlet from stressful times and a way to…

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Granville Sentinel front page September 17, 2020 edition

Featured in local paper

Austin Crosier, of NYVT Media (formerly known as Manchester Media), interviewed our manager, Dylan Faille, for a nice article he titled, “New owner to grow Hartford golf club.” This article was published in the Granville Sentinel on September 17, 2020. You can read the full article online here:https://nyvtmedia.com/2020/09/16/new-owner-to-grow-hartford-golf-club/ Thank you for the write-up, Austin! We appreciate it!! You can pick up a hard copy of the Granville Sentinel paper in local stores, or view the print version of the paper online here:https://nyvtmedia.com/granville-sentinel-online-edition/

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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.