+0 votes Fallon B › October 9, 2016
+0 votes Mike Hulle › October 9, 2016
Really liked this one
+0 votes Lauren K › August 17, 2016
This course is my favorite in the wny area. Open shots and some in the woods. Many out of bounds to avoid nesting birds. From Memorial day to labor day there is a fee of $7 to enter the park. If you get there before 8am, or after 5pm the attendant is normally not there and you can enter for free. The park and the course are the most well maintained in the area. Bathrooms are available at the start and halfway points, course ends close to where you begin with no overlapping. Strong winds are comm ...
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This course is my favorite in the wny area. Open shots and some in the woods. Many out of bounds to avoid nesting birds. From Memorial day to labor day there is a fee of $7 to enter the park. If you get there before 8am, or after 5pm the attendant is normally not there and you can enter for free. The park and the course are the most well maintained in the area. Bathrooms are available at the start and halfway points, course ends close to where you begin with no overlapping. Strong winds are common and make up for the lack of trees that others complain about. Many elevation changes, only a few water hazards. Pars are not updated on the signage, but otherwise accurate (just google the scorecard). Cement tees (blue, white, bricks mark the red). No real bug problem, with heavy rain it can be squishy at the first few holes.
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+0 votes John OKeefe › June 19, 2016
Great course. Some challenging holes. Big park at Beaver Island allows the course to be away from most picnic areas. Some challenging holes. Great tee pads and well marked. Bugs are crazy annoying later afternoon in the summer though, so be ready.
+0 votes Shane Gaudaur › June 15, 2016
+0 votes Michael Walline › June 3, 2016
Groomed beautifully. Wind is an issue closer to the water, but it's part of the game. A great course to practice longer throws. Watch out for poison ivy if you throw into the brush.
+0 votes Craig Clingan › April 30, 2016
+0 votes John Marranca Jr › October 27, 2015
I played this course for the first time on 10/26/2015 alone, and I loved it. Some holes are Par 5, that honestly shouldn't be. Fun when it's dry, but can be a little muddy.
+0 votes Tom Blalock › October 1, 2015
+0 votes Aaron F › July 31, 2015
+0 votes Floyd Sherrod › May 5, 2015
Mostly open course with clear paths and uninteresting choices. Par signs need updating as they are too high for many holes.
+0 votes william weigold jr › October 11, 2014
+0 votes Jimmy Carman › June 23, 2014
+0 votes Todd Lee › November 25, 2013
Course plays as a "different" type course almost everytime you play it...WITHOUT GIMMICKS! Challenges include wind (breeze frome the east off of the Niagara River can be a challenge), elevation, trees, distance and slope. Think it is getting too easy...move to the blue tees... that, by the way...are concrete padded (as are the whites) so a sure footed drive is a given. Course is marked well with a good traffic pattern for ease of navigation...Beautiful scenery and a well manicured course make this a must play.
+0 votes Kevin McIntosh › August 11, 2013
It's a pretty long course with mostly open holes, great for developing your long arm. Not too much variety, like tight and technical shots. Grass was cut nice and short, well maintained fairways. Good use of elevation and some sloping fairways and greens. Great cement tee pads for both White and Blue tees. Overall, great course and had a lot of fun there.
+0 votes todd steuart › September 20, 2012
+0 votes Adam Woodward › April 20, 2012
Well kept, great view, good variety
+0 votes Darren Gollon › August 25, 2011
The new sledding hill being built in the middle of the course has made things muddy. Really windy being next to the river. A few challenging holes mixed in with wide open straight holes.