Private 18-Hole Championship Course Majestically Carved Through The Foothills & Along The Pomperaug River
1967 ~ 2021
Located on what once was farmland in the 1800s, Silo Point Country Club is an 18-Hole championship golf course in Southbury, Connecticut. Designed by Al Zikorus and originally opened as 'Heritage Village Country Club' in 1967, the course 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.
Welcome To The Alliance: 2021 Silo Point Country Club Memberships* include Greens Fee Privileges at Oxford Greens and Tunxis Country Club.
No Initiation Fee
"Best private golf course in CT as far as I'm concerned."
- Sal D.