Designed by Al Zikorus and opened in 1967 (as Heritage Village Country Club) Silo Point Country Club winds its way throughout the Heritage Village community. Instead of designing straightaway fairways, 16 of the 18 holes are majestically carved through the foothills and along the Pomperaug River.
The Par-72 course plays at 6,241 yards from the blue tees, 6,041 yards from the whites, 5,500 yards from the red tees and 5,595 yards from the gold tees.
Blue Tees: 71.1 / 27 White Tees: 70.2 / 125 Red Tees: 72.1 / 126 Gold Tees: 68.3 / 19
We encourage prospective members of Silo Point Country Club to join us for a preview round. The fee is $125 per player (4 max), credited to your membership fee if you decide to join our club.
Interested in hosting an outing with us? We welcome visiting groups, clubs, organizations, corporate and friendly gatherings for tournament play.
Once belonging to Alfred Kruger, inventor of the Scotch Tape dispenser, this barn, built in the 1800's with its signature silo, was converted into the Heritage Village Country Club Pro Shop & Clubhouse in the mid 1960's. With its 15-foot cathedral ceilings, original exposed beams, and floor to ceiling picture window, the barn has spectacular views overlooking the practice green and several holes framed by the lower hills surrounding the Pomperaug Valley.
"Each individual has a goal in mind, whether it is to become a great player or become a better player to give them a more enjoyable golf experience. Improving the golf swing is an ever-evolving experience. Let’s have fun and get better in the process."