Ausable Chasm Campground and Recreation Center

Keeseville, New York     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +2 votes  + Scott Osika › April 4, 2016
The course has not been maintained in over a year. No score cards, PAY TO PLAY but the $ is not going back into the course whatsoever.
-  +1 votes  + Mike McFarlin › June 11, 2012
-  +1 votes  + Trad Leavitt › August 3, 2012
Maybe only nine holes to this point, but expannsion is promised and will be welcomed. However, in this case play from the gold/blue and moving to the white/red gives a very different course perspective. For a small course this is very interesting and challenging course. Be prepared to flatten out drives and hit narrow openings!
-  +0 votes  + Chuck F › November 5, 2012
Course is 18 holes but plays like 3 different 9 holers. The original 9 (blue and red 1-9) feature the wider fairways with more room to throw drivers. 1-9 gold and white are much narrower fairways that require precise shot shaping. 10-18 (red and white tees) are all fun ace runs and great holes for beginners and kids. Holes 19-27 coming in 2013...
-  +0 votes  + Kristie F › November 16, 2012
Never a bad day at AC DGC!! I have played a handful of courses and though this is my home course and my place of employment.....I seriously love this course! Why????? I love the wooded holes as well as the slightly more open long tunnel shots such as (holes 6 and 9). I appreciate that there is something to offer pros and beginners alike. With the recent addition of the back 9 there is the opportunity for beginners to really feel great about their game and for expert players to really hone in on ...
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-  +0 votes  + curtis LaHart › December 6, 2012
Great coarse
-  +0 votes  + Kyle Sebert › March 18, 2015
Very poor course maintenance. It is a fun technical course to play every now and again but very biased towards a right handed side arm shot. back 9 is way too short.
-  +0 votes  + Tony Kwiecinski › June 13, 2016
A fun wooded course with a lot of technical play. Many holes favor Left hand or Righty flicks. A lot of short holes, made difficult and fun by the trees.