Cedar Beach

Town of Babylon, New York     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +2 votes  + Mike Fink › November 17, 2014
This course is terrible. Two of my friends got poison ivy so badly it looked like they had 3rd degree burns. They charge $8 a head to play, and when the booth is closed security patrols the area and throws people out. It's always ridiculously windy and most of the holes are the same. If you find any discs and turn the into the booth, they'll be rented out to people. There's a great course at Hecksher, these baskets should be dug up and put somewhere else.
-  +0 votes  + Mike Byram › June 13, 2013
Well groomed, but poison ivy on every hole, all holes 200-300ft. Its a course of 18 ace runs. Not a single tree in sight, right on the beach. 20mph whipping winds during this round, not sure if its like that here everyday or if it was just windy but i missed every putt
-  +0 votes  + Eric Carter › July 31, 2012
Pros: This ball/disc fusion course is very well groomed. I enjoyed the placement of the baskets and thought it had the right mix of challenge. After my round, I was able to walk to the beach and cool off. The staff was excellent; very friendly and helpful.

Cons: Blood thirsty mosquitoes. To be fair, it is my understanding that they are not normally a problem. While the course was well maintained, the thick "brush" has poison ivy meaning a lost disc is likely to stay lost. The ocean kicked in a healthy breeze. Overall, I'd play the course again but didn't have a great experience.
-  +0 votes  + Denise A › September 15, 2012
Course was well kept and beautifully groomed. The poison ivy was everywhere so be careful! Very open course, very technical and the winds from the beach present a challenge. Individual at the shack was most helpful and polite! It would be great if there were more discs to rent and even purchase--perhaps that will happen soon. I thought it was great to play right by the beach, but bring lots of water and bug spray!
-  +0 votes  + Jeff Sullivan › January 7, 2013
Good for practice and playing wind shots
-  +0 votes  + John Fortunato › December 8, 2017
Officially closed but able to park in beach immediately to the east and take a short walk to the course. Played here two days in a row. First day was beautiful (A Rating): sunny and no wind. Great course for Beginners: wide open so that you can experiment with your discs. As long as you can overlook the geese poop, you can enjoy the course. Came back the next morning to an entirely different scenario (D+ Rating). Wind was strong and constant off the water. Made the play very challenging but an opportunity to practice in difficult conditions.
-  +0 votes  + Peter Carney › April 3, 2018
A very scenic DGC right only yards from the Atlantic Ocean. This however does create an interesting round depending on how windy the course is. It sits on a ball golf course, so it is maintained pretty well. Worth a round for the views alone.