Mohegan Sun Country Club at Pautipaug



Mohegan Sun Country Club At Pautipaug Is Back In Action After Major Course Enhancements

Reopens with added yardage, numerous redesigned holes, all-new greens and a newly-hired Golf Professional

After taking the 2011 golf season off to make some course wide enhancements, Connecticut's best keptsecret, Mohegan Sun Country Club at Pautipaug, is set to reopen this month. In addition to major modifications to the course, clubhouse and pro shop, Mohegan Sun Country Club at Pautipaug has recently named a new golf professional, Andrew Ouellet. The course will reopen for play beginning in mid-May, with a special private grand opening celebration set for Saturday, June 9th.

NEWLY-DESIGNED COURSE: As part of the extensive renovations, Mohegan Sun Country Club at Pautipaug has all new greens, redesigned bunkers and has added 125 yards of additional distance to the overall course. Some of the most noticeable changes include the complete rebuild of five of the holes, including the beautifully redesigned par-five on hole 6 that now stretches 495 yards from the black tees with an approach shot that carries over a cascading waterfall and side water hazard.

CLUBHOUSE REVAMPED: The playing field isn't the only big change at Mohegan Sun Country Club at Pautipaug. The clubhouse also underwent renovations including remodeled banquet facilities, new carpet throughout, exterior redesign with Versetta StoneĀ®, new windows, sliders, doors and new Granite-Top bars.
The clubhouse also isn't just for golfers! Mohegan Sun Country Club at Pautipaug can host events of various sizes, up to 175 guests and specializes in weddings, retirement parties, birthdays, Bar Mitzvahs, bachelor parties, corporate events, group golf outings and more. To plan an event or for more information, please call 860.862.9261.

NEW GOLF PROFESSIONAL: Mohegan Sun recently announced Andrew L. Ouellet as the new Golf Professional at Pautipaug. A graduate of Methodist University with a B.S. in Business Administration and Financial Economics, Ouellet brings vast experience in golf management, teaching and mentoring, coordination of large tournaments, various golf operational concerns and plenty more. His previous work includes Assistant Golf Professional jobs at the likes of Lakewood Country Club in Colorado, Minocqua Country Club in Wisconsin, the Orchard's Golf Club in South Hadley, MA and Twin Hills Country Club in Longmeadow, MA. Ouellet is a member of the CT PGA Education Committee and was a finalist for the "2011 Connecticut Section Assistant Golf Professional of the Year" award.

FULL SERVICE PRO SHOP: Golfers can expect the best at Mohegan Sun Country Club at Pautipaug's Pro Shop with apparel from brands like Fairway & Greene, Ashworth, Adidas, Donald Ross, Greg Norman, Antigua, Bermuda Sands, Ping, FootJoy and Nike. Golfers can also test out the latest technology in golfing equipment from elite lines like TaylorMade, Titleist, Nike, Callaway and Cleveland. Of course, golf instruction services are always available for guests looking to straighten out that slice with our Class A Golf Professional. The Golf shop also went through numerous renovations including new carpet, ceiling paint, lighting and a custom made counter and credenza.

ALL-NEW WEBSITE: The course is not the only thing getting made over. The official website of the course,, now features new hi-resolution images of the course, ease-of-use navigation and all the info needed on golf related items, as well as event offerings. And members will still be able to create and use their very own user account which will allow them to view club info and even reserve tee times online.

MEMBERSHIP: Mohegan Sun Country Club at Pautipaug offers two seasonal memberships starting with a single option for $3,500 and a family option for $5,000. Member benefits include use of the driving range, locker room, practice and bag storage facility, members-only tournaments and discounted rates on guests, in addition to one free guest per month.

ABOUT MOHEGAN SUN COUNTRY CLUB AT PAUTIPAUG: Mohegan Sun Country Club at Pautipaug is a private 18-hole championship golf course that has been recognized statewide for its impeccable greens and lavish fairways. Renowned Architect Geoffrey Cornish, who has designed more golf courses in New England than any other architect, designed the club. A renovation in 2002, by Architect Steven Kay, resulted in several new teeing areas and the most playable bunkers in southern New England. Further enhancements were made for the start of the 2012 season by Northeast Golf Company's Robert McNeil, equipping the course with all-new greens, five rebuilt holes and 125 yards of extra distance. Visit us on facebook also at


Posted May 7, 2012 || Viewed 2,573 times

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