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This is a state park golf course which is better maintained than others we have played. It was first started in 1963 and has expanded and been refurbished several times since then, getting a little better each time.
$25 gets you a round and a cart. $5 gets a bucket of balls at the driving range.
It has wide fairways with mature trees (firs and maples) on the fringe of the deep rough. A couple ponds and a small stream provide some hazards to overcome. Sand traps are present at the front and rear of many of the large greens. There is a fair amount of hilliness to the course so a cart is recommended. Because it is a mature course with dense underbrush, it is not uncommon to see some groundhogs, squirrels, rabbits and even deer on the course.
It is not a very difficult course to play but at the same time it does require a good amount of ball placement and shot control; it is not strictly a "recreational" course where wild power is useful.
The facilities provide a beverage bar, a restaurant, snack bar and pro shop. All of these are supervised and maintained by municipal staff (except the pro in the pro shop).
Updated Dec 16, 2007
Address: 2136 West Oakfield Road
Favorite thing: You can look at road conditions or current weather in the region by accessing these live webcams in the area of Grandyle Village and Grand Island.
Written Nov 12, 2008