Since this is only a neighborhood, there are no official statistics for the spot on the map.
However it is so close to Penfield that it has basically the same crime risk as that location:
no crime risk at all.
I am sure there must be a few drunken drivers and maybe a misdeamenor public argument every once in a while, but other than that there aren't enough people in the area to cause anyone any kind of problems.
You should feel perfectly safe visiting East Penfield (but don't blink when you pass the route 441 intersection with Huber Road or you will miss seeing the place altogether).
This is an excellently designed course which can play easy to hard depending on tee locations so is suited for a wide range of golfing experience. The course has panoramic fairways and undulating dog legs and levated greens and some water hazards. Many holes are bunkered at the greens and have sand traps on the perimeters of the fairway to catch errant shots.
The short tees play 5800 yards and the long tees play 700 yards longer and with much worse shot selections.
There is a full practice area with driving range, cipping area, putting green and sand practice.
The country club and snack bar are great stops at the end of your rounds and the pro shop is where you can get equipment and advice before you hit the fairways.
The cost is steep: 18-holes plus cart for $40 but the play is worth the cost even if you only try it once while on vacation.