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Golf Magazine ranked Rochester, NY as the #10 Best Golf City in the U.S.--and #1 for Golf Affordability. There's so much golf to play here you may have to make a couple of trips to get it all in!
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Meet The Rochester Golf Trail Courses
Ravenwood Golf Club is one of the Rochester region’s premier championship courses. When opened in 2003, it was named America’s “5th Best New Public Upscale Course” by Golf Digest. Architect Robin Nelson is renowned for his lush Hawaiian layouts but added this New York gem to his many masterpieces in 2002. The course has a gently undulating terrain and holes that flow seamlessly from one to the next. Standout holes include the beautifully bunkered par-5 18th and the par 3’s on the back nine strategically guarded by water. Ravenwood has been host of the New York State Golf Championships, as well as U.S. Open Qualifiers.
The Links at Greystone is a true New York gem. Rated four and a half stars by Golf Digest, this Scottish-style track has several memorable and stylistic features. Dramatic elevation changes, scenic vistas, native grasses and fescue, an elegant clubhouse overlooking a double green, and well-manicured fairways are just a few of Greystone’s many highlights. The course, which opened in 1996, is a regular “Reader’s Favorite” in annual Golf Rochester Guide surveys.The signature 18th hole is a real show-stopper. A downhill fairway runs into a giant pond, so you’ll need to lay up with your drive before hitting your approach shot over the water and onto the double green that sits below the hillside clubhouse. Finish your round with a beer in Shoney’s Pub, another Greystone salute to the Scots. The Links at Greystone ranks #5 on Golfers' Choice 2021: Best Golf Courses in New York by NBC's GolfPass.
Imagine playing on a championship-level course that Jack Nicklaus helped design. Built in 1987, Blue Heron Hills was designed by Peter Craig and Dick Bator, with advice from developer Nelson Leenhouts and a team of landscape architects, environmentalists, and golf professionals, including Jack Nicklaus. That’s why the course will challenge you to select the right club – balancing risk and reward on every shot. Each hole is unique, with no parallel fairways. The distinctive features of the course include large tees and greens, bentgrass fairways, and an abundant natural water supply that keeps the course in prime condition throughout the season. As a championship-level course, Blue Heron Hills is a regular venue for exhibitions, charity tournaments, and top amateur competitions.
Locust Hill is known as one of the most outstanding golf courses in the country. This par 72, 6,615 yard course has tight fairways and tough greens, with a course rating of 72. 8 and a slope rating of 138. Our members enjoy the pristine tees, lush fairways, immaculate greens, and strategically placed tee boxes, which provide for a true test for all levels of golfers, whether a scratch golfer, low handicapper, high handicapper, lady golfer, senior golfer or junior player. For thirty plus years Locust Hill hosted and challenged the top LPGA players in the world, and in its final four years was the showpiece for the Ladies PGA championship.
A picturesque golf course carved out of the treelines will be sure to challenge the experienced golfer while offering a fun round of golf no matter your skill level. Opening in 1969, this Par-71 golf course offers a mature and beautiful tree-lined course that will give you beautiful views from hillsides as well as a back-nine that is perfectly shaped around ponds and streams. Wild Wood Country Club ranks #17 on Golfers' Choice 2021: Best Golf Courses in New York by NBC's GolfPass.
Designed by Pete Craig, Deerfield is a course built on more than 350 acres where many of the holes seem to go off into the woods without a hint of where you return. The scenery is as stunning as the golf is challenging. With 5 sets of tees it’s a great old course that can challenge and delight players of all calibers. Creeks, bunkers, ponds and elevation changes make Deerfield a course you will treasure.