Pasture golf is a return to Scottish links style courses. Technique over technology, it makes golf both fun and affordable to play. Apalachin Golf Course - Apalachin, New York

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PastureGolf.com Play Pasture Golf in the Finger Lakes Region of New York at Apalachin Golf Course. We welcome submissions of pasture golf courses to this pasture golfers' directory.

Apalachin Golf Course

 

Name of Course: Apalachin Golf Course
Address: 607 South Apalachin Road, Apalachin, NY 13732
Phone: (607) 625-2682
Course Contact: Mrs. Erat
Fees: $16
Number of Holes: 18
Yardage: 5727
Par:   71
Season: After Spring Thaw, Before Snow
Course Type: Lay of the land, always under construction
Year Built: 1970
Course Designer:
Facilities & Amenities: A real drinking man's course. Party while you play. Clubhouse is basement of restored barn and has a "pub like" atmosphere. Hilly with nice views from higher fairways.
Events: Numerous Tournaments, Seniors on Thursday AM
Advice: Yardage on second hole says 400, but may have been decreased to make seniors feel like John Daly. 16th hole has old family cemetery on left. Surrounded by woods with steep drop-offs, so keep the Pro V1's home if you slice. Rocky spots in fairways, use your old sticks.
Reason for Submitting: A good course to learn the game.

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