Denison Park

Corning, New York     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +0 votes  + Daniel Ragland › October 9, 2013
update on 10/9/ accurate map & scorecard (with both mandos & OBs) can be found here at dgcoursereview and at it out before you go, the course is difficult to navigate without it. This was a fun course. Fairly straightforward in design, but poorly signed. The water was a factor to the play, and added greatly to the beauty of the course along with the lush grass and mature trees. Major negative...the course winds through a public park and I waited for ...
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-  +0 votes  + David Black › October 12, 2011
nice tee pads
-  +0 votes  + Matthew Edger › November 27, 2011
Very good course given that it goes through our cities main public park. Some fairways cross and there are 4 holes without concrete tee pads. Course design keeps it challenging, especially for how wide open it looks. Being in the park the course is well maintained from the beginning of spring to the end of fall/beginning of winter.
-  +0 votes  + Cron Emus › January 16, 2014
Flat and short.
-  +0 votes  + Myke Corwin › December 11, 2013
Up and coming course in a public park. Fairway lengths are amateur to beginner friendly, while the course itself is definitely more demanding and requires some skill. There are old growth trees that make many holes challenging and the majority of holes are lefty friendly, hope you have a good anheizer shot or flick. The front 12 holes (The Harley Miller Course) are off the water and is a good challenge for beginners. The last 6 are all thrown over water and through trees, adding a bit of difficu ...
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-  +0 votes  + Christian DeLamielleure › September 19, 2013
Fine course for regular play. Not a destination course but really challenging to chip away at your low score. No really easy holes, though 16 of 18 holes are possible birds. Lots of water, be careful.
-  +0 votes  + Justin Walker › June 30, 2016
My girlfriend and I played here while on a camping getaway at Watkins Glen. The trip was well worth the half hour car ride to the park. Park is right in downtown Corning NY and is about 3 minutes from the glass museum. We played two rounds and were impressed with the signage and the layout of the course. The course is perfect for beginners and even seasoned players while making you test your nerves over water hazards. I give this course a solid B+ Pros: Nice flight lines, good baskets ( Mach ...
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-  +0 votes  + John Havens › September 12, 2016