Seven Oaks Golf Club in Hamilton, New York
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Seven Oaks Golf Club in Hamilton, New York
Seven Oaks Golf Club in Hamilton, N.Y., home of the Colgate golf teams, was designed by Cornell graduate Robert Trent Jones Sr. Brandon Tucker/Golf Advisor
Seven Oaks G.C. - hole 3
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Seven Oaks G.C. - hole 3
The third hole at Seven Oaks G.C. is a downhill, straightaway par 4. Brandon Tucker/Golf Advisor
Seven Oaks Golf Club - hole 6
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Seven Oaks Golf Club - hole 6
Seven Oaks Golf Club's long, par-4 sixth hole plays to a green sitting next to Sigma Chi fraternity at Colgate University. Brandon Tucker/Golf Advisor
Seven Oaks Golf Club in Hamilton, NY
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Seven Oaks Golf Club in Hamilton, NY
Seven Oaks Golf Club, the home golf course of Colgate University, hosted the 2010 Patriot League Golf Championship. Brandon Tucker/Golf Advisor
Seven Oaks golf course - hole 8
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Seven Oaks golf course - hole 8
The eighth hole at Seven Oaks golf course is a par 3 that is well protected by bunkers. Brandon Tucker/Golf Advisor
Seven Oaks Golf Club - hole 9
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Seven Oaks Golf Club - hole 9
The long par-4 ninth hole at Seven Oaks Golf Club plays back toward the clubhouse. Brandon Tucker/Golf Advisor
Seven Oaks golf course in Hamilton, New York
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Seven Oaks golf course in Hamilton, New York
Seven Oaks golf course is located in remote Hamilton in central New York. Courtesy of Seven Oaks G.C.
Seven Oaks Golf Club - clubhouse
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Seven Oaks Golf Club - clubhouse
Seven Oaks Golf Club has a small clubhouse set in an old house. Courtesy of Seven Oaks G.C.
Seven Oaks GC - hole 2
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Seven Oaks GC - hole 2
The par-3 second hole at Seven Oaks GC is a short, uphill shot. Courtesy of Seven Oaks G.C.
Seven Oaks Golf Club - New York Golf Trail
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Seven Oaks Golf Club - New York Golf Trail
Seven Oaks Golf Club is one of the courses on the New York Golf Trail. Courtesy of New York Golf Trail
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Seven Oaks Golf Club in Hamilton, New York

Located in Hamilton, N.Y., Seven Oaks Golf Club is the home course of Colgate University's golf teams. The golf course dates back to 1956 and was designed by Robert Trent Jones Sr., though plans for the course dated back to the 1930s but were curbed by the Great Depression.

Seven Oaks Golf Club winds through traditional parkland terrain just below the Colgate University campus and features many creeks and streams running along and through fairways, making for a target golf test in many spots. Seven Oaks Golf Club, which hosted the 2010 Patriot League Golf Championship, plays at just less than 7,000 yards from the championship tees.

Rated among Golf Magazine's top 20 public golf courses in New York , Seven Oaks Golf Club is most notable for its well conditioned, fast and firm greens. Most of the greens are large and can make putting a real treat -- or terror -- depending on the state of your putter. Owned and operated by Colgate University, Seven Oaks Golf Club is open daily to the general public.

Brandon Tucker is the Managing Editor for Golf Advisor. To date, his golf travels have taken him to over two dozen countries and over 500 golf courses worldwide. While he's played some of the most prestigious courses in the world, Tucker's favorite way to play the game is on a great muni in under three hours. Follow Brandon on Twitter at @BrandonTucker and on Instagram at BrandonTuckerGC.
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Seven Oaks Golf Club, the home course for the Colgate University golf team, was voted among the top 20 public golf courses in New York by Golf Magazine. And if you want to post a good score on this Robert Trent Jones Sr. design, you better be able to handle slick greens, Brandon Tucker writes.
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