is a LONG time favorite in Rochester.
It's earliest incarnations date back to the mid to late 1970's. The course sits inside Ellison Park and is
well maintained. The tee pads could
use some improvement. A fairly
forgiving course, most holes accommodate a lot of different shot types and
trees are fairly spread out. There are
some really unique and fun holes including #16 which is a completely blind
tee shot, #7 which is a wide open downhill hole. Overall though, I feel it's a fairly forgiving
hole which allows for a fairly easy near par experience.
pretty course. Not overly challenging,
most holes are straight and forgiving.
Some interesting basket placements require you to use a variety of
shots. Beautiful scenary is all
|* My difficulty
rating is just my way of rating the course, others may not agree. Basically, if I can score close to par on
it, then it must be easy.
|** I've included an
amount played tab. This will give you
a feel on how much to trust my difficulty ratings. The more I've played the better I believe
the rating is justified.