Radisson Greens was designed by the internationally renowned course architect Robert Trent Jones, Sr. This semi-private course features large bent grass greens guarded by white sand bunkers. The tree-lined fairways require accurate drives, and water comes into play on six holes. The par 5 third hole leaves little room for error, with water on both sides of the fairway and a sloping green guarded by woods in the rear. If you par this hole, treat yourself to an extra beverage in Potter’s Pub after your round.
Beaver Meadows Golf Club is a private club noted for its fantastic closing stretch of holes, beginning with the par-5 15th. Named as the 3rd Best Private Course in Central New York, the course offers a memorable mix of old-style architecture and modern design. Beaver Meadows has a colorful 50-year history, including exhibition rounds by PGA stars Peter Jacobsen and Jerry Pate.
The course is noted for its fast greens with putts that roll true, as well as its rolling terrain and memorable par-five 4th hole. Five sets of tees allow for a game tailored to each golfer’s abilities. A driving range and restaurant are among the many amenities at this outstanding track. Relax after your round at The Clam Bar at Beaver Meadows, which includes a covered outdoor deck overlooking the course.
The Pompey Club is a championship-style semi-private course overlooking the magnificent Butternut Valley south of Syracuse. Five sets of tees provide golfers of all abilities a fair test. The course is 1,700 feet above sea level, giving golfers views of Lake Ontario (60 miles away) on a clear day. The course’s gently rolling contours make this course a unique challenge, as well as its five Par 5’s and five Par 3’s. The greens are always in top condition. The course was designed by Hal Purdy and opened in 1962.
Timber Banks is the only Nicklaus Design course in upstate New York. It will test your decision making off the tees and your imagination around the greens. Measuring over 7,300 yards from the Bear Tees and just under 5,200 yards from the Red Tees, Timber Banks offers a scenic and rewarding challenge for golfers of all ages and abilities. True to form, this Nicklaus Design has risk-reward strategies built into every hole that will encourage aggressive play and reward a well executed shot.
Carved from woodlands, meadows, and wetland crossings, this course has beauty and challenges. Enjoy the tranquility and easy pace of a golf course community, designed to blend gracefully with the fields and woodlands surrounding Timber Banks.
Creatively planned for village living, Timber Banks has 885 acres of rolling hills and woodlands situated along the Seneca River.