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Nice find Sven.My old post said it was the first course in Meriden, but I'm pretty sure it was the third. The first was called Bartlett Links, the second Bradley Park, and then Highland, which was actually located just over the Middletown border in the Westfield section of that city.My best understanding is that all of these courses were under the helm of The Meriden Golf Club. Their clubhouse at the Bradley Park links is used today as private residence:Here's the flame engulfed Highland Hotel that was renovated for the Meriden Golf Club to use as their clubhouse at the Highland CC site:They did rebuild after the fire, but I don't know of that one still stands.Hopefully Tony Pioppi will chime in if he sees this.
Sven,I had the date wrong on Wyantenuck earlier in the thread. The Robert Pryde layout was designed in 1913. I donít have any articles on Pryde at Wyantenuck, but there is a dated copy of his layout in the Wyantenuck Club History Book.Bret
Bret:Thanks for adding all of this in. The picture of Robert Pryde is a bit more complete when you can look at all of this in one place.Sven