Coss Corners Travel Guide

  • entrance and parking on May Street
    entrance and parking on May Street
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    satelite view of the course
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    by davecallahan Updated Sep 17, 2007

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    This is not a championship course nor even one of the better Southern Tier courses. But it is a chance to get out and get some fresh air and exercise during your vacation trip. The course is pretty much a farmers field with some trees planted for decoration. There is a pond that affects two holes. The course is not meant for the serious golfer.

    For the most part, duffers can bang away on most holes and still have a good time (not a good score necessarily but a fun outing). A couple of the holes are challenging because of the placement of the hazards (traps, bunkers, water) but just using stroke control on those holes will keep you out of too much trouble.

    The course is 50 years old (2003) and it looks it. Maintenance is adequate but the course dries out in the summer heat and the fairways and greens play plenty fast.
    The driving range costs $5 for a small bucket of practice balls.
    The greens fees range between $20 and $35 for 18-holes depending on whether you want a cart and what day it is and whether it is evening play or daytime.

    satelite view of the course entrance and parking on May Street
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