PGA TOUR STOP AND SO MUCH MORE
CROMWELL, CT. The Hartford metro region is not exactly a household name in golf circles — especially for those living outside the immediate New England area. But, the capital of Connecticut has forged a clear identity even when squeezed by such nearby much larger size metro areas with Boston to the northeast and New York City to the southwest. What many may not realize is that the roots of professional golf go back several decades in the Nutmeg State.
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For a worthy downtown experience — look no further than the Goodwin Hotel. Dating back to its original opening in 1881 – the Goodwin originally started as upscale apartment building. Known for its distinctive English Queen Anne terracotta façade — the building later went through lean times before re-emerging with new owners intent on restoring its former grandeur and having been opened just a short time. Savor the culinary possibilities at Porrón&Piña under the direction of Chef Tyler Anderson. Where classic era distinction meets new world pizzazz. www.thegoodwin1dev.wpengine.com