STAMFORD, Conn. — Sterling Farms Golf Course's 18 holes are spread out over 144 acres of a once-active dairy farm in Stamford.
The golf courses winds through picturesque farm buildings and offers challenging holes.
The par 72 course was originally designed by architect Geoffrey Cornish in 1969 and renovated by architect Robert McNeil in 2005.
The driving range is also open every day.
It is also home to Zody's restaurant at Sterling, The Clubhouse at Sterling Banquet Hall and Curtain Call Theater.
For more information on Sterling Farms Golf Course, visit its website or call 203-461-9090. It is located at 1349 Newfield Ave. in Stamford.