Formed in 1899, Shuttle Meadow Country Club engaged Willie Park Junior to set out its course just before the end of the Great War. Nestled within an expansive 400-acre property, the course retains many of its original design traits.
Shuttle Meadow is a nice private course in the hillside outside New Britain. The course is one of those places that likes to remind you they are private. The course starts with a couple par 4's back and forth. Rolling terrain with much slope so the landing areas are quite small as all balls will be deflected to the low side. There are some nice holes. A couple very good par 3's. But after that a group of average holes that fade from your mind. A couple holes near the finish are very nice. 18 is a catch up par 5 which even light hitters may have a crack at in 2 if you catch the hill right on your drive. A good tree removal program would work well even given they have removed some already. Many more should go.