• Type: Semi-private
  • Address: 1 Clubhouse Dr
  • City: North Stonington
  • County: New London
  • State: Connecticut
  • Zip: 06359
  • Call to Book Tee Time: (888) 475-3746

Let's take a look at North Course at Lake of Isles. This course was built in 2005 in North Stonington. Rees Jones designed this 36 hole course. Metal spikes are allowed at North Course at Lake of Isles. This is a Semi-private course. If you want to find the course using GPS the longitude is -71.9516613 and the latitude is 41.4728425.

 


    Lake of Isles (North) Golf Course Club Review
    Lake of Isles (North) Golf Course Club Review

    Lake of Isles (North) Golf Course Club Review




    The Lake of Isles Golf Club sits on a beautiful piece of real estate near North Stonington, Connecticut and it boasts its 7359 yards of golf from the longest tees for a 72 par. The North golf course is the public one (while the South one is private), being the place where anyone can play, though youll have to pay a hefty green fee for the privilege. Despite the fact that its a little shorter than the South course, playing the North golf course will be very interesting, because its actually rank as being tougher than its sibling. The course was designed by architect Rees Jones and it was opened for public in 2005, featuring basically the same routing and the same layout as the South golf course, around a central ninety acre lake, while the fairways are weaving across wetlands terrain.

    Since its 2005 opening, the North golf course was consistently rated high by reputable publications/magazines as one of the best in the US, due to the Rees Jones touch of genius which will provide you with the ultimate golfing experience. The challenging North golf course features island tees and greens and a rolling/undulating terrain, together with offering beautiful views at every hole, including the picturesque Lake of Isles. I must also note that the course is impeccably conditioned from tee to green and each hole is a new challenge, especially if youre a first time visitor. You should expect lots of carry off the tee box and a couple of par 3s providing no bail out, being as tough as they get. The golf course itself is very scenic, to say the least, contributing decisively to the overall outstanding experience and if youll play it once, youll definitely come again for more!

    Course Review:
    Golf Info Guide rates this course

Golf Course Info

Golf Course Information

Course

  • Number of Holes: 36
  • Year Course Built: 2005
  • Course Designer: Rees Jones
  • Location Time Zone: EST
  • Daylight Savings Time: yes
  • Season Availability: May 1 to Nov 1
  • Latitude: 41.4728425
  • Longitude: -71.9516613

Rules

  • Metal Spikes Allowed: yes
  • Play Fives: yes
  • Guest Policy Rules: Only with a Member
  • Dress Code Policy: No denim, collared shirt and bermuda short required
Back

ID: 11094