Rome Country Club
|Red (W)||71||5205 yards||70.0||119|
|Blue M: 71.8/128||385||222||202||420||405||385||500||295||527||3341||527||557||405||465||202||360||195||385||338||3434||6775|
|White M: 70.1/122||375||178||168||396||371||370||485||285||492||3120||515||547||375||455||160||340||167||380||332||3271||6391|
|Red W: 70.4/118||370||170||130||335||355||365||460||255||390||2830||390||455||300||345||105||320||160||355||245||2675||5505|
Worth the drive.
The course is in excellent condition considering the weather we've had this summer. Some areas of fairway are burnt out but the areas are few and small. The staff is friendly and the price was great (33 for 18 and cart). Definitively will play again. The challenge of Rome Country Club is the greens are small and some are guarded by water (creeks or ponds). Your chipping game will definitely get a workout. The greens are fairly firm, flat and they roll true.
Great Course, great Staff
It's a parkland style course with two distinct 9 holes. The front is fairly wide open and friendly. The back tightens up with a beautiful signature par 3. The greens are plenty fast enough for their undulating qualities (watch out for 1&17). There is a fun atmosphere in the clubhouse with a great food and drink selection. Definetley worth the drive from Syracuse.
Old beauty showing its age but still worth a look
Located at the foothills of the Adirondacks, this course was originally a wide-opened 9 hole layout with brooks throughout. Another nine holes were carved out of up and down hilly terrain consisting of several doglegs requiring more shot precision than the front.
Course has not aged well with occasional bare spots and some eroding cart paths. Still the interesting course design and modest fees merit a visit to this club.