Claverack New York Golf Courses

Columbia Golf & Country Club


Featured Golf Course Review:
Columbia Golf & Country Club -- Short but challenging
Review by: LR CG&CC is a challenging course (slope 133) not because of its length (only a bit over 6,200 yards from the back tees) but because it is tight requiring accurate tee shots. In addition, the greens are small, fast and undulating so you need to hit precise approach shots and be a solid putter. In fact, this course is one where the "golfer" as opposed to the "big hitter" can shine and let the big hitters "reload".
From NY

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Robert Trent Jones Golf Course Cornell University -- A classic Trent Jones design
Review by: Mark, Cornell '81 This course is a classic, for those who like the Trent Jones design themes of runway tee boxes, sculpted bunkers and rolling greens. Wind from Cayuga Lake can affect play at all times of the year. Bring some distance and good scores are possible. Conditions are normally pretty good, but in the wooded areas things get a little spotty, due to lack of sun. The best time to play this course is in the autumn, either late Spetember or early October, on a mild day. The colors are stunning, the course a challenge and the result is a great day of golf.
From Cincinnati, Ohio




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