Recap from Tournament In Memory of Nick Heald

Amy Gurdo provided us with the recap below from the In Memory of Nick Heald golf tournament held at Hartford Greens Country Club this past Saturday, November 6, 2021. From Amy Gurdo: “We were a few teams short this year due to having to change the date by a week thanks to Mother Nature and all of the rain, but we still had a great group of people and a good time was had by all, as always. Dylan, Gary and Don were so helpful to us. A special thanks to my boss, Dan Boone who continues to sponsor the…

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In Memory of Nick Heald- Course Closed Due to Tournament

Course CLOSED for Tournament

Our course will be CLOSED to the public tomorrow, Saturday, November 6th as we host our final tournament of the season. This tournament is in Memory of Nick Heald, and hosted by Hilltop Slate. Tournament participants, we hope you enjoy the course! Anyone interested in booking a tournament with us for next season, please reach out to our Event Coordinator, Gary Scrime at 518-632-9632 or gary@hartfordgreens.com. Are you on Facebook? Us too! Let’s be friends!

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rescheduled tournament

Tournament RESCHEDULED

The In Memory of Nick Heald golf tournament sponsored by Hilltop Slate which was to be held tomorrow, Saturday, October 30 has been rescheduled for Saturday, November 6. The tournament will start at 11am. Our course will be closed to the public on this day (Saturday, November 6) to accommodate for tournament play. For full tournament details and to register for this tournament contact Amy at 518-260-9386.

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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.