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Welcome to Keney Park Golf Course


The golf course is open! Walking only. Make sure to check out our rates page for up to date pricing.


How golfers can respond to the COVID-19 scare

Herewith some advice:

  • Pack disinfectant wipes. You may not be able to steer clear of a COVID-19-infected person, but you can certainly wipe down the steering wheel of your golf car. Packets of alcohol-based sanitizing wipes can easily fit in your golf bag or golf car console.
  • Keep a tube of alcohol-based hand sanitizer in your pocket to use after giving a high-five for a great shot or shaking hands on the 18th hole.
  • Avoid touching your nose, eyes and mouth with your hands unless you have used an alcohol-based sanitizer first. Also do this before touching food or cigars.
  • Make sure to wash/sanitize your hands after answering nature’s call.  Yes, even after a trip behind the trees.
  • Leave in the flag on putts. Thank you, USGA. No tending necessary.
  • Walk, don’t ride. This reduces the more intimate contact of a cart.
  • Fist-bump instead of handshake. It’s more hygienic—and hip. But don’t pull a Tom Watson:
  • Better yet, bump with your elbow instead of your fist.
  • Know your partners. It’s obviously a good idea to avoid playing—and especially riding in a golf car—with someone who’s persistently coughing or sneezing. But sometimes you have to ride with a stranger. Unless you know her or him personally, don’t believe they just have allergies.
  • Don’t play if you feel at all flu-like. And if you dare play, wear a face mask.

Brooke Baker Wins Hartford Women's Open In 3-Way Sudden Death Playoff

Angela Garvin claims low amateur for second consecutive year

(Story By Bruce Berlet)

HARTFORD, Conn. (June 18, 2017) – Brooke Baker has never lived in Connecticut, but she sure has a special attachment to the Nutmeg State.

Baker, who grew up in Oklahoma and now lives in Sanford, Fla., has 25 relatives in New Britain, Berlin and Southington, where she stayed during the secondHartford Women’s Open. That includes two great uncles aged 90 and 89 years old, who walked nine holes in the first round of the $12,000 tournament Saturday at Goodwin Park Golf Course.

The elder statesmen weren’t around for the second round Sunday at Keney Park Golf Course, but Baker was quick to relate some good news. She rallied from a bogey-double bogey finish on the front nine with four birdies in an eight-hole stretch on the back side, capped by an approach to 2 feet at No. 17 that gave her a second even-par 70 and a tie for first place with amateurs Stani Schiavone and first-round leader Angela Garvin.

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