Apple Nine Golf Course

The Apple 9 Course at Lyman Orchards opened in 2012 and was honored by the American Society of Golf Course Architects with its inaugural “Design Excellence” award. The par-29 course was ranked as the top Par 3 course in Connecticut and 10th overall in New England by New England Golf Monthly magazine. The Apple Nine wraps around one of the Golf Range Association of America’s Top 50 Public Practice Facility in the US (2018, 2019), hosts the largest ladies instructional program in New England, and represents the largest PGA Jr. League program in New England. At 1,600 yards, this executive bent grass layout is less intimidating for novices yet challenging for experienced golfers looking to shave strokes off their game by offering four sets of tees. In addition to the course, The Apple 9 boasts a 20,000 square foot practice area including grass hitting range, putting green, short game area, chipping green, and newly redone practice bunkers.

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Rates - 2024

Adult: $21
Senior: $19
Junior: $16
Cart: $10pp
Push: $6
Adult: $25
Senior: $25
Junior: $16
Cart: $10pp
Push: $6
Small (25): $7
Med (50): $13
Large (75): $17
20 Baskets: $99

Course Stats

Men 28.2 87
Women 28.6 85

Course architect: Mark Mungeam

Mark Mungeam combines over 30 years of experience in golf course construction with a natural perspective on course design. His skill lies in utilizing the established characteristics of a site to help determine the very best style for a course. The results provide players with exciting and challenging courses that present varying scenic perspectives and play characteristics.

One of Mungeam's first projects was the design and oversight of Shaker Hills Golf Club in Harvard, Massachusetts. As a member of the American Society of Golf Course Architects, he was part of the Environmental Committee responsible for the publication of "Environmental Approach to Golf Course Development". Mark is probably best known for his thoughtful renovation of Olympia Fields Country Club outside Chicago in preparation for the 2003 US OPEN.

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The Jones Course and The Player Course are certified as Cooperative Sanctuaries by Audubon International. Lyman Orchards is committed to protecting our local environment, conserving natural resources, and protecting wildlife habitats.

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