The links at Worthington, founded in 1904, is a ten-hole golf course nestled in the foothills of the Berkshires. The course boasts small sloping greens and tight tree-lined fairways. Stately pines and groves of maples are spread throughout, and a well-positioned creek cuts through the tenth hole. The roughs are thick, and fifteen strategically-placed bunkers will keep you on your toes. The links will challenge the low handicapper as well as provide an enjoyable round for the recreational golfer.
Ed Figiela, our superintendent, emphasizes green speeds and playing conditions, and Eddy has created a challenging and rewarding golf experience at the Links. Our golf professional, Francis Kringle, has over forty-five years of experience as a class A professional. He is the 2013 Tee Party recipient, and the PGA nominated him for Teacher of the Year.
We are committed to making golf more accessible and fun for families, children, and beginners of all ages. We have several tiers of membership packages, and the course is open to the public on the basis of a daily fee.
In 2018, the Worthington Golf Club was taken on by two locals passionate about their hometown. Helen and David imagined a quality restaurant in the Hilltowns, a restaurant just down the road where one can find homemade, local, and extremely tasty food. To that effect, they created Velvet in the newly-renovated golf clubhouse.
We are committed to using fresh, seasonal, and local food to construct our delicious meals. Whether it's pre-dinner rolls, pasta, or desserts, you can expect everything on your plate to be handmade in-house.
Helen and David aim to create a lively and community-oriented restaurant that will serve as a focal point in Worthington. They’ve also created a destination for folks in the Berkshires and in the Pioneer Valley. You don’t have to leave the Hilltowns for quality food anymore.
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