Panthorn Park

Southington, Connecticut     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +0 votes  + David Kardynal › June 19, 2011
The whole course is a swamp. Amazing technical holes. All around unique course. Being next to I-84 was cool. Saw a deer on hole 3 on the power lines and pushed him away from the highway. Boots would be a year round thing for some people.
-  +0 votes  + eric spring › August 12, 2011
-  +0 votes  + Sean Michael › September 1, 2011
I stopped at this course today after my CPAT orientation. If you are going to this course dress accordingly. Personally, no matter what the temp is I will not come back to this place without jeans and boots. Very wooded area, lots of swampy hazards , brush and snakes. Also bring bug spray! I do not like heavily wooded courses because of those reasons and that discs get lost easily (If you find a red driver in the brush on hole 3 let me know lol). The tee areas were very sloppy and the holes were ...
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-  +0 votes  + Dena Laudon › September 4, 2011
Not a bad course, but certainly one of the rougher out there... Lots of insects and definitely a lot of flooding after rain. Not a bad setup though.
-  +0 votes  + Matt Stillwagon › November 20, 2011
WET SWAMP BOG! If it weren't for the leaves, there wouldn't have been ANY traction!
-  +0 votes  + Gary Parent › August 25, 2012
New to the scene - luckily it is dry right now so no problems there and the bugs were not bad at all. A lot of garbage - needs a good cleaning so may do that one of these days. Found 2 discs in the grass - Ron they were both yours. Also another Green distance driver is there on the board. Close to home so may try to get out more. This would not be so much fun when wet...
-  +0 votes  + Mike Kaiser › October 9, 2012
Nice course at a great town park. Lots of area to loose your disc though. Benches at almost every tee.
-  +0 votes  + Jon Kaiser › November 23, 2012
I do like the course. Playing when all the foliage is not present is quite helpful by the looks of it.
-  +0 votes  + Eric Desmarais › January 24, 2013
Not alot of variety. Tee pads are excellent. Stay on the fairway. Has the tendency to be swampy. Seriously , swampy ALL year........
-  +0 votes  + Dan Sullivan › June 14, 2015
Great course. Can be muddy in the Spring but drys out and plays great in the summer and early fall. Bug spray is a must and so is hitting lines.
-  +0 votes  + Nick Sbabo › July 21, 2015
The course was almost entirely in the woods. The swamp/marshy areas were dried out due to it being summer but long pants and bug spray are a must. The forest area around the holes are unforgiving with a good amount of pricker plants. Also there was no posted pars for each hole and some holes did not have signs at the tee telling where the holes were which became confusing