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.