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Golf course is beautiful and challenging. The restaurant is very good and no one is ever there. Can have breakfast in the summer there. Sit out in the pretty patio and feel like you're all alone. Very... more »
This was the best of the three courses we played. The course has three 9's each of which offers its own challenges. It's unfortunate a picture really can't show an elevation change but this is a par 3... more »
2 hours to play 6 holes so we left. Also, rocks in the bunkers. would have been a 6 plus hour round if we stuck it out. No thanks more »
A large group of 16 guys came from Canada for a golf weekend and we played twice at this course over the weekend. We all thought it was a fantastic course and one of the nicest we have ever played! The course was also in very good condition. And we found the staff friendly and professional. Our only suggestion was the pace of play at times was slow. There was a friendly Marshall on the course both days but play was still slow. Perhaps the Starter could tell every group before teeing off they need to keep up to the group in front of them or they will be asked to pick up their balls and skip a hole if they fall more than a hole behind. One slow group (always looking for lost balls) should not slow down everyone else. Other than this issue. We all loved this course and the Club House and would happily play here again anytime!
Fantastic. Not for the high handicapper. Up hill, side hill, down hill lies, deep bunkers, fast greens, coIllection areas aplenty. About as close to an "up north" course, and better than some actual up north courses, as your gonna get. I've found the staff to be very friendly. I also have had no issues with pace of play in the four times I've played. But, full disclosure, I don't play (here or anywhere else) on a weekend after 9am unless absolutely necessary, because I know the hacks are out, and 5+ hour rounds are a real possibility. Course has always been in great shape. Well manicured tees, fairways, and bunkers. Can't imagine the amount of water they've been dumping on it the last few weeks, because it's still really lush, despite the lack of rain and temps. It's just a damn fun course to play, one that I'll play over and over. I’ll gladly take a day off work to play all the nines.
Beautiful course that is no longer very well kept. The entire staff has always had a snobby air about them. The greens fees are over priced There are many better kept courses with a friendlier atmosphere. They act like they are running a million dollar a year country club. It's a public course on the decline. Too bad.went again. Course in worse shape and the staff is nasty. There are better and friendlier places to play.
This place charges $70-85 a round... 1) I don't need alcohol, but I'm pretty sure a beverage cart with water and gatorade is do-able. 2) There are more unrepaired ball marks on this course than a municipal course. 3) It is a goat track on several holes. 4) The pompous geriatric starter does not stick to the 18 (out of 27) you have been assigned and therefore you end up running into a buzzsaw of a back-up. I play 18 holes in 3 hours and had to watch the two-some in front of me hit 2 or 3 balls per shot for 5 hours. I'm pretty sure this place can afford a ranger to address pace of play. Every course from Rochester to Oxford to Fenton is better than this place.
My wife and I are avid golfers from the Toronto area ... most of our trips are based on golf locations. We discovered this location at the Toronto golf show a number of years ago. There isn't any better value out there ... especially within a short drive. The accommodations (Courtyard Mariott) is centrally located to the courses as well as a variety of restaurants. If you want a very nice dining experience, you will want to have dinner at Shepherd's Hollow on the patio! I'm always looking for courses that both my wife and I will enjoy. The three courses offer 3 very different challenges ... you will not be bored! I always like to talk to someone directly before booking a golf trip ... get in touch with Kelly Dougherty directly for all of your needs.
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