Golf With History
Just minutes from Hartford and Springfield, The Tradition at Windsor has always had a faithful following of golfers in the Connecticut River Valley. Now, with recent sweeping renovations and an emphasis on service, The Tradition at Windsor has broadened its appeal. Guests and members enjoy a refurbished, more playable course and new, first-rate clubhouse facilities including a full-service pro shop, dining and banquet rooms, as well as a practice green to warm up your short game.
Last season, Roger Rulewich, former chief architect for Robert Trent Jones, Sr., sought to enhance Windsor's appeal to both shotmakers and casual players by resculpting and repositioning many of the course's bunkers. By all accounts, Rulewich succeeded in making Windsor more playable while preserving the course's demands on shot accuracy.
Work deadlines, kids' soccer practice, lawn mowing. It may seem that the entire world is trying to keep you from the golf course. We understand. So, once you've made it to our course, we will make it as easy as possible for you to play - and have a great golf experience. When you arrive at the curb of the clubhouse, you will be homefree.
At The Tradition at Windsor, an attendant at the clubhouse curb greets you with a warm hello, asks your name, and unloads your bag of clubs. A starter guides you to the first tee with a smile. A course monitor checks in with you on the fairway to see that you are satisfied. A waitperson in the dining room refills your water glass without being asked. And, finally, a curbside attendant remembers your name as he wipes your clubs and puts them in the trunk of your car.
At The Tradition at Windsor, you might feel as if you are getting special service. In fact, the service here is special.