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“Great place at a reasonable price”

Hyde Park Golf Course
Reviewed 27 March 2012

36 holes of golf two nines and one 18. a municipal course with pizazz. water challenges and lots of trees. always a place for you on at tee. red nine may need work but it is one of the oldest courses in the country

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Reviewed 22 March 2012

I've been playing here for almost 30 yrs. and it has had its ups and downs over time. In 2011 there were some improvements in maintenance but it is a city run course and needs more attention. The greens are very slow and don't regularly roll smoothly. The rangers are nonexistent (there may only be starters), which leads to very slow play and inappropriate golf behaviors. The golfers here do not replace divots in the fairway nor do they fix ballmarks on the greens. If it had a more conscientious clientele it could be an acceptable course at a very low price.

Thank Anthony R
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Reviewed 22 December 2011

This is a well kept golf course on the US side and is fairly cheap to play.

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Reviewed 9 December 2011

Hyde Park Golf Course has 36 holes - an 18 hole (North Course), the White Nine and the Red Nine. If you have time, play the the North 18. The course is usually in very good condition for a public course, except the greens are unusually slow which applies to most of the 36 holes at this location. The sand traps, unfortunately, are the downfall of this course as they are not professionally maintained. The fairways, with a few exceptions, are very good. Canada geese have made it their home and you have to watch where you walk. I recommend walking with a golf club in hand if you're near these wild birds - they have little fear, and often have their young close by. The clubhouse bar and restaurant is very well stocked and used to be the former Niagara Falls Country Club. The course gives great value. There are better courses in the area, but at a premium. If you're just out for the exercise and fresh air, Hyde Park offers these things at a bargain price.

Thank Marty926
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Reviewed 28 April 2011

The guy who is complaining about the rangers must be one of those drunks that don't belong on the course in the first place. I've played there several times and the staff has always been friendly, and I've never even seen a ranger bother anyone. Likewise for the scenery. A huge park surrounds the west and south sides, with some very nice houses to the northwest. There is a factory of some sort to the northeast, but no big deal.

The north side of Hyde Park is an 18-hole course with a wide variety of holes and challenges. The two 9-hole courses to the south are entirely different from each other. One is long and flat, and the other has hills and trees everywhere, with a lake and a wandering creek to avoid.

I'd rate the course condition as good, and the greens very good. Cost was very reasonable. Very satisfied with my visits there.

1  Thank HardKnox2010
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