This year's tournament will take place on Saturday, November 13, 2021. The entry fee is $45 per player PLUS a brand new toy donation valued at $15 or more. The driving range, 18-holes of golf, cart fees, and delicious soups and beer are included at stations out on the course. Mulligans and raffles will be for sale, and prizes will be awarded.
Last year, we hosted the tournament at three clubs and raised over 400 toys for local children. This year, we are hosting at four clubs and our goal is 500+ toys!
Registration Is Online Only. Please bring your toy donation to check-in for the event.
THIS EVENT HAS SOLD OUT EVERY YEAR SO DON'T WAIT TO SIGN UP!
If you are not participating but would like to donate to the kids, please feel free to leave a gift at the Golf Shop starting November 1 and we will be sure it is included with our donations.
Alex Bardani, PGA, joins Oxford Greens as the PGA Director of Instruction for the 2021 season. Alex has worked at many of the iconic clubs in Fairfield, Westchester, and Suffolk Counties. He is a class A PGA Professional, and certified in Teach and Coaching since 2016. Learn more about Alex's teaching philosophy and rates:
This month the CSGA, with the help of social media, sought to determine what our members think is the toughest hole in the state. We asked our followers on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram to submit nominations, and based on those responses created a 16-hole Toughest Hole in Connecticut Countdown.
In the end it was a nasty par 5 that “won” the day. The 3rd at the Golf Club at Oxford Greens, a narrow, winding, root canal of a three-shotter, beat out the beastly par-4 finishing hole at Ellington Ridge Country Club, 710-389, for the title of Toughest Hole in Connecticut. Those votes were the last of some 9,000 cast on the three social media platforms...
Founded in 2005, Oxford Greens is the newest course in Connecticut. Our course is a top-ranked public course with luxurious greens that roll true and fast. We believe in capitalizing on the fun of golf and keeping the spirit of the sport alive.