Mill Creek Golf Club
This land on which Mill Creek Golf Club sits, plays on, off and around the highest point in Monroe County with views to the east of the Rochester skyline and the rolling hills of the Finger Lakes to the south. Rochester's newest 18 hole championship course integrates the spirit of the unique glacial drumlin that bisects 320 acres of forested rolling hills, windswept fescues, rock creeks and waterfalls.
The renowned golf course design team of Raymond Hearn and Paul Albanese have created this unique course by blending the natural aesthetics of the land with the risk/reward factors of a well-crafted challenge. The intent is to deliver the most memorable experience to golfers of all skill levels.
Five sets of tees accommodate the novice and challenge the expert by adjusting the angle and length of the course from less than 5,000 to over 7,000 yards based on the player's ability. Each player has a similar experience from tee to green, meshing mature trees and lush, bent grass fairways, greens and bunkers.
Mill Creek offers large bent grass greens that are unique in design and construction. They average over 6,000 square feet and have mild undulations, making the surface interesting without being daunting. The sheer size and varied pin placements ensure great conditions for that true and fast feel.
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|2011||Week 6||Hangover Tour||Round 1||