Stafford New York Golf Courses

Carter's Sweetland Pines Par 3 Golf Course
Stafford Country Club

Featured Golf Course Review:
Stafford Country Club -- A Walter Travis gem
Review by: Ed Homsey Walter Travis was at his best in his layout of the Stafford CC course. In his routing of the layout, he made maximum use of the rolling terrain. The course sustains the interest of golfers at all skill levels. The small greens are a challenge to hit in regulation, with the original Travis greens requiring a high degree of accuracy and a keen eye for the subtle, and not so subtle breaks. Many of the original Travis bunkers have been restored, increasing the demand for accuracy from the tee as well as shots to the green. Travis once said, "My courses always look easier than they are." Stafford has lulled many golfers into that initial perception. One never tires of trying to understand, and master its subtle and intriguing challenges.
From Rochester, NY

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Dande Farms Golf Course -- NO SAND TO BE FOUND
Review by: Parker 4 some Not a bad course, but for the price its not worth it. The course never changes from year to year except for the price. It keeps going up. There is not one single sand trap on the entire course. Course would go from average to great if there was. . . Hole number 3 is a par 3 with a large pond called Al's Pond. Nice big green awaits good tee shot if you can clear water. It can be a calm round of golf until you get to holes 6-8. The wind is usually 15 mph more on those hole. Hole #9 is a tough hole, its a 400 or so yard uphill par 4 that plays more like 475. Hole #15 is Al's Alley Hole, its a nice par 4. The tee box is tucked away in the wood. You must have a long and accurate tee shot to leave yourself 150 or so to an elevated green. If you are to right you'll be picking through apples to find your ball. If your to far left you are our of bounds. Finishing hole #18, nice par 4 with great senic view of some picnic bences and shack for a club house. We can those benches, Al's Benches.
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