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Adirondack Golf & Country Club
88 Golf Road, Peru, NY, USA  12972-6314
Tee Times: 518-643-8403

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    Designed by renowned golf course Architects Cornish, Silva and Mungeam of Uxbridge, Massachusetts, Adirondack Golf & Country Club opened in 1990 and was nominated for best course design by the American Society of Golf Course Architects. Adirondack has been repeatedly listed in "Golf Digest Best Places to Play" publication, and for the 6th (current) edition received 3 1/2 stars. The golf course setting resembles that of a "Carolina" course; its tree-lined fairways and pleasant surroundings of wildlife adds beauty and makes it a pleasure to play. The par 72 course is a challenge for golfers of all calibre, from the novice to the professional (the course can play from 5,000 to 7,000 yards. Adirondack facilities include: a practice range, putting green, lounge and banquet facilities.
    Adirondack Golf & Country Club has been repeatedly listed in Golf Digest's "Places to Play" publication; the only course listed in Clinton County, New York!
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Mixed precipitation and windy until afternoon.

Partly cloudy starting in the afternoon.
Date: 2014-May-17 Review by Dan P
    Adirondack held up to an overnight downpour that made other courses in the area unplayable. We were informed that Adirondack designed their course with raised fairways so water would run off. I believe only three holes on the front nine showed signs of standing water.
    Adirondack is built through fairly thick forest so keeping your ball on the fairway is a must. The front nine is a little more forgiving than the back. The back nine appears to have tighter fairways. The chances of crossing over to another fairway is very slim.
    The greens were in decent shape with very little contour and were of average size. There was really no surprises once you were on the putting surface.
    Almost all greens are visible from the tee and there's no doglegs on the course so when in doubt hit it right down the middle.
    Bunkers were firm so be careful if you're weak of wrist.
    Picturesque holes to note are the par 4 13th; a downhill par 4 that looks very scenic on your second shot. It's the only hole where a house can be seen besides the clubhouse. Immediately following is the par 3 14th that has a pond in front with a slightly elevated green. Failing to hit the green will usually produce an uneven lie.
    The pro shop has just the basic golf supplies. The bar area is appealing for the after round beverage with a free bowl of fresh popcorn to accompany. A driving range is available.
    Golf and cart are very reasonably priced.
Photos: 2014-May-17

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