Welcome to Oak Hills Park

The 18-hole golf course at Oak Hills Park in Norwalk, Connecticut features 6,407 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 71. The assorted layout offers a blend of naturally designed holes and presents a variety of challenging shots for golfers of all skill levels. The course rating is 70.3 and it has a slope rating of 133. Designed by Alfred Tull, Oak Hills Park Golf Course opened in 1969 and has since been renowned for being the best Fairfield County Public Golf Course. Golf memberships are available now for the upcoming season, offering a variety of options for anyone wishing to play at Oak Hills.

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Course Status

Golf Course Status

Course Closed

Carts & Restrictions

 

Golf Shop Hours

Closed

 

 

Upcoming Events

The Blind Rhino Golf Outing More Info
Mon, May. 4  |  08:00 AM
Diageo Golf OutingMore Info
Mon, May. 11  |  11:00 AM
Retrain to Walk Golf Outing More Info
Mon, May. 18  |  01:00 AM
Ilias Kementizidies-Uncle Joes OutingMore Info
Mon, Jun. 1  |  10:00 AM

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RESPONSE TO COVID 19

The Corona Virus situation that we all find ourselves in has dictated that the following action regarding Oak Hills be instituted.
Effective immediately, Oak Hills Park is closed until at least the 28th of March.
 

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The Corona Virus situation that we all find ourselves in has dictated that the following action regarding Oak Hills be instituted. Effective immediately, Oak Hills Park is closed until at least the 28th of March.
Given the information that has been released this past weekend, Oak Hills is taking this action to be a good neighbor and responsible citizen to help stop the spread of this virus. In the interest of protecting staff, golfers, and visitors to the park, this action, while disappointing and unfortunate is one, we must take.

We will be evaluating the situation and adhering to City and State directives as they change day to day and, in some cases, hour to hour.

We can be thankful that we have had such mild weather, which has allowed our patrons to enjoy the greatness of Oak Hills at a much earlier date than usual.

We will be keeping you informed, and we appreciate your kind support while we navigate this very challenging time.

Stay safe and healthy, and we can all help stop the spread of this virus.
With the utmost respect and warm regards.
Oak Hills Staff and Authority