Hyde Park Golf Course is a 36-hole municipal golf facility located in Niagara Falls, New York. The facility has an 18-hole course (The North Course) and two 9-hole courses known as the White Nine and The Red Nine.
The Red Nine dates to 1901 and was the original Niagara Falls Country Club golf course. When the Country Club moved to its Lewiston, New York location in 1918, the course became the first 9 holes of what eventually became a 36-hole facility.
The 18 hole North Course at Hyde Park opened for play in 1928. The North Course was designed by William Harries
The White Course was the final addition to Hyde Park Golf Course. The White Course opened in 1962. The White Course was designed by David and Bill Gordon.
The North Course __________
The front nine on the North Course has water and trees that come into play on the front nine, but there is no water on the back nine.
The Red Course __________
The Red Course is the longest nine and is flatter, has smaller tee boxes and is the easiest nine.
The White Course __________
The White Course has water, trees and dogleg fairways that come into play
$21 (cart included), played on Thursday, July 2008 at 6am
Played 18 holes on week-days in about 3 and one half ours. On week-end about 4 to 5 hours
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