Mill Creek Golf Club
|White (W)||71||6090 yards||75.4||135|
|Silver (W)||71||5396 yards||71.4||122|
|Gold (W)||71||4779 yards||68.1||115|
|Black M: 73.4/134||440||551||428||420||505||226||435||312||166||3483||243||526||210||398||465||579||417||196||344||3378||6861|
|Blue M: 71.7/131||413||525||416||407||487||223||424||292||159||3346||206||499||197||386||436||545||399||186||335||3189||6535|
|White M: 69.6/122 W: 75.4/135||391||498||388||367||463||197||403||277||148||3132||181||470||169||361||402||515||380||168||312||2958||6090|
|Silver M: 66.2/116 W: 71.4/122||351||441||344||318||400||179||358||250||135||2776||163||415||151||326||350||449||337||150||279||2620||5396|
|Gold M: 63.5/105 W: 68.1/115||299||387||304||281||369||174||328||215||125||2482||109||364||145||285||322||396||292||136||248||2297||4779|
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Course is worth the hot deal value but not the full rates
So I started golfing 4 years ago and when I played this course then it was about a 4.5/5 since then it has seriously diminished, I'd give it a 3 at most. But if you can play it for around 20 bucks, it's worth it. Greens are super slow
The fairways couldn't have been any better considering the amount of rain that has fallen this month. Matter of fact the fairways were like a green carpet. Other than for a cold wind that was present all day, my friend and I enjoyed the time we had at Millcreek. A beautiful course with a nice layout and picturesque beauty
Easily one of the hardest courses in the area. Great layout with very difficult rough, wicked greens and trouble on every hole.
This is a great course. Challenging and in great shape. Electric carts too.
If you appreciate a course that is manicured, challenging, yet fair with opportunities to score you will love this course. The fairways are pristine and greens quick , but very fair. I drove almost 40 minutes to get there and would do it again tomorrow.
Fairways and Greens in great shape.
Best course in the Rochester area.
Hope to play again before the end of season.
Nice September day
The conditions have been very dry and the course was well watered, however, the greens were pretty spiked/scuffed up by the early golfers (couldn't believe how many times some people scuffed their spikes across the greens - not the course's fault) which made putting on some holes an adventure. The only other complaint we had was the young person driving the refreshment cart around - they were plugged into their mobile phone and did not pay attention to golfers hitting shots/putting (just kept driving the noisy cart around us) and didn't even look up a couple times to see if we wanted anything. I mentioned this at the turn to the pro shop who were apologetic about it.
This was the first time I ever played Mill Creek. I was very impressed with the t boxes and fairways. The course was very challenging. The greens were a little slow due to being wet from the rain. The staff was very friendly. Overall a very good time was spent here
Course was in good shape for just having had some serious rainfall
I played Millcreek a few weeks ago and I have to note that they did some work on the traps getting the stones raked out so those looked in very good shape (I was happy to not visit any of them in this round as opposed to several that I did last time). A couple of traps were flooded from the rain but that was to be expected given the downpour. The greens were spiked up from a tournament that was out ahead of us - not the course's problem but the golfers looked like they spun their feet on the greens which was not helped by the soft conditions from the rain - these folks didn't have much respect for others behind them.
Hidden Gem of Western New York
A really tremendous course in the greater Rochester area. Pristine grounds, extremely well kept. Big grass practice areas, driving range, chipping, and putting greens. Links style, but with something of a twist. Undulating fairways, some giant bunkers on holes will really force you to test your wares. The greens can be very difficult, so read well! I can't suggest this place enough. Really great spot.
Challenging course with significant elevation changes
Playing from the blue tees, the course was quite a challenge with half the par 4s playing more than 400 yds. Two of the par 3s and the shortest two par 4s played significantly uphill requiring two or three extra clubs, depending on pin position and wind. Landing areas were generous but the greens were generally protected by sand, and some pins can be tucked into some difficult spots. Rough around the greens was thick and the greens were generally receptive because of recent rains. Overall, a nice course that’s worth a play in the Rochester area.
Nice layout and variety of shot selections to hit
I reviewed the course last week and feel the same way. I had not been in the sand traps in previous rounds and those were the only "negatives" that I would offer. The traps have stones, leftover furrows from the rake machine and some deep holes without sand. They could use some new sand and TLC. The rest of the course was good. Wish we had some rain in the area to help the off fairway grass which is very dry (like my straw yard at home).
Great Golf Day
The course was in great shape. Played 18 holes and n 3.5 hours. The staff was great; except for the female bartender whom also operated the snack bar. She could have been a lot more friendly.
Stayed for dinner. The fish fry was very good.
Thanks for a great Day!
Little things make a huge difference
This was my third time playing Mill Creek over the past two seasons. It’s the little things that really make the course a lot of fun to play. The new golf carts, with attached coolers, stocked with complimentary ice and bottles of water on a 80+ degree day are a welcomed addition to my golfing experience. The gentleman at the front desk was very friendly and informed us when a tournament was starting on the front nine so we knew what our pace of play should be. The tavern is nicely stocked with a wide range of liqueurs with top shelf selections, (could benefit from slightly larger portion sizes on the drinks, lol). I only have an average rating on course conditions, but that is a rating for mid July with a long rain drought. The tee boxes and greens are maintained very well. Nice and spongy. Fairways are a little mixed, but again, majority of the courses around Mill Creek such as the county courses, Cragie Brea, Braemar fairways are no where close these conditions. At least I have a decent chance ending up in nice green patches off my drives. Course layout is one of my favorites. One of the more true links courses around the area, with not a lot of trees, but some deep sand bunks and a lot of tall grass outside of the roughs. Finally! Very elevated in which I always enjoy. Beautiful course all around. Grab the hot deal if you see it comes up. Fall and spring rates are very reasonable too.
Nice layout with scenic views
I have played Millcreek previously and enjoyed it again yesterday. The tees, fairways and greens are in very good shape. I had a real good day putting. You definitely want to keep it in the short stuff as the heather will eat up golf balls very quickly. The rough is dry due to a lack of rain but that let’s wayward shots roll through to the Heather.