Creation of the famous Donald Ross, Irondequoit Country Club features an 18-hole golf course played at a relatively short 6,720 yards. It is available for its members – 350 of them currently, but newcomers are accepted upon consultation, which can be requested on the official website.
It should be noted that the course is by no means designed for newcomers: it is quite challenging since three of the holes were ranked by the P.G.A. among the toughest 50 on the 2005 Nationwide Tour, while the overall course was also rated among the top 10 in difficulty. The general layout received many accolades from professional players and P.G.A. officials as well.
A detailed course tour can be found on the official website, and it contains not only the yardage and ratings for each of the holes but also has photos – a nice illustrative feature for those who need to see the course before deciding to go for a game.
In terms of additional activities, the club offers a pool, fitness facilities, and various racquet sports such as tennis, pickleball and paddle.
As for the memberships, there is an option to first join the club for a year as a PAR member – the fee will be smaller, and if at the end of the “trial” period you decide to convert to the regular membership, your Introductory Fee will serve as a deposit.
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