The course at the Country Club of Buffalo is unique in its way thanks to Donald Ross’ contribution to its construction and imagination – the architect managed to exploit the layout of the Onondaga Formation and naturally route the course and six of the 18 holes around the limestone quarry. There are two signature holes, which are going to captivate the players’ attention (as well as test their mastery at landing the shots) – the one-shot pulpit 6th and 18th surrounded by a rock garden. The overall length of the course is 6852 yards, with a slope of 131 and a rating of 72.7.
Golfing season lasts from the 15th of April until late December, so the course is available for the most of the year. Aside from the main course golfers can make use of the practice facilities, which include bunkers, an indoor golf simulator, a pitching/chipping area and a putting green. In addition to that, instruction from a teaching professional can be requested.
Club’s recreational complex includes an American Colonial-style clubhouse, where you can enjoy dining services and host events; platform tennis courts with heating panels, which makes it possible to play all year round, a shotgun shooting facility, an ice rink (for the winter season) and a spacious swimming pool.
As for the membership, only the sponsored applications are accepted, meaning that you need to receive an invitation from an active member of the club beforehand.
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