Fillmore Golf Club
|Red (W)||71||4374 yards||65.4||112|
|White M: 68.2/115||340||400||347||368||177||251||157||307||351||2698||463||145||365||165||477||427||233||403||147||2825||5523|
|Red W: 65.1/103||280||334||277||317||131||193||88||258||249||2127||323||140||302||160||350||277||220||333||142||2247||4374|
My cousin Bob and I played Fillmore on 10/02/14 under partly sunny skies and warm temps. The course was deserted and we got out immediately. The Golfnow hot rate ($10!) made the hour drive from Binghamton worth it. The clubhouse is basic, but had a bar/grille that was unfortunately closed due to the time/day/season. The carts are gas and ran well, but were held together with bailing twine and a prayer. The course itself is a nice layout, but recent rains made it sloppy in spots and it didn't look like they'd mowed in a week. The cart paths are rutted badly in places and in need of some grading/gravel. Hole #10 is part of the driving range (weird), and that's a shame because its an otherwise nice hole. All in all it was a good play and we enjoyed the uniqueness of several of the holes. Worth a play if you're in the area.
It is what it is.
Course appears to be experiencing difficult times. Equipment is vintage and in need of updating. Fairways are overgrown with weeds and in need of mowing. However, greens are generally well kept and roll well. Tee boxes are so, so. Yellow and red tee boxes are very slim and not level.