Irondequoit Country Club
|White (W)||72||6007 yards||75.9||137|
|Black M: 73.8/137||433||173||522||196||363||130||497||432||512||3258||415||435||321||434||434||184||390||444||515||3572||6830|
|Blue M: 71.9/134||417||161||516||185||356||124||466||374||496||3095||400||394||311||426||410||169||354||403||489||3356||6451|
|White M: 69.8/131 W: 76.1/138||394||147||484||174||337||119||453||334||472||2914||385||368||301||402||401||151||308||348||429||3093||6007|
|Gold M: 67.2/117 W: 72.9/130||349||147||402||124||322||108||423||306||440||2621||295||312||271||402||401||139||276||318||401||2815||5436|
The Best Greens in Rochester!
There is absolutely no question about which course in Rochester, NY has the best greens and course condition... Irondequoit Country Club. It is also one of the most fun, interesting, scorable yet challenging courses within the RDGA District as well. It demands you to play every single club in your bag as well as having a solid flatstick. This is a course that I look forward to playing again and again and again!
Nice Private Course!
I golfed as a guest here with a member and know how Private Courses around here are. Immeadetly on the first hole I noticed Donald Ross architect and same with all the rest of them, the course conditions were as nice as CCR and more difficult with hills than CCR, don't know why this had bad reviews by someone else and the facilities were also amazing and newly renovated, and I would love to be invited back shooting a 47 there was difficult especially for me here
Masquerading as a classic Ross design...
Irondequoit CC is average at best. The members masquerade the course as a classic Ross design, when in fact most of the holes were not designed by Ross at all, and do not bear classic Ross characteristics. The golf course is short, the rough is not penal, the bunkers are not flashed, and the course is generally not well maintained. The greens have some serious growth problems, and did not roll true. If you are in the Rochester area, I would FAR sooner recommend Monroe Golf Club (a TRUE Ross design), CCR, or of course the venerable Oak Hill Country Club right next door. Having played Oak Hill East on the same trip, t's hard to imagine that these two golf courses actually abut one another. Oak Hill's greens are fare more challenging, faster, and the overall course conditioning is at a different level. The ICC first tee operations also leave a great deal to be desired. Skip this venue if you are in the Rochester area.