Clifton Park New York Golf Courses

Clifton Knolls Executive Golf Course
Eagle Crest Golf Club - Championship Course
Eagle Crest Golf Club - Par 3 Course

Featured Golf Course Review:
Clifton Knolls Executive Golf Course -- Nice course for beginners
Review by: Rick This is pretty nice course for people who are at the beginner/intermediate level or for people who want to work on their short game. The price is right and you can squeeze in 9 holes in a short period of time. We like to hit this course for a "quickie" on weeknights :) Although the course is primarily made of par 3's, you can pull out a 3 or 5 wood for a little fun on the 2, 5, and 7 holes. The greens aren't always the best, but then again, it *is* a public course ;-) Being a beginner myself, I'd like to add that this is a nice course to play without the pressure that you get when playing at nicer courses.
From Clifton Park, NY USA

Golf Courses: Additional Golf Course Reviews:
Rye Golf Club -- Great Town Course
Review by: A Keith With many blind shots and the most picturesque turn of any course in the area, Rye Golf provides a solid challenge. Each nine can be challenging but I've found the front nine to be harder. The blind drives on #2, #4, #6 and the blind approach shots on #5 and #7 leave you holding your breath and hoping as you go over the hill. Disappointment tends to be the rule. The tee box at #8, which overlooks the town marina is one of the prettiest spots in town. The uphill par 3 to start the back followed by a 560 yd par 5 can knock the wind out of a promising game. #13, #15 and #16 are deceptively long par 4s which require a decent drive to be going for the green in 2. #18 is definitely a signature hole with another blind drive or second shot with an approach towards to Castle. A good, undulating course, very hard to find a flat lie.
From Rye, NY