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We currently have a reciprocal agreement with nine clubs between Buffalo, Syracuse, Binghamton, Erie, and Toronto. This agreement allows you, as a Member, to use those clubs for the day as if you were a member there. You may charge cart fees, guest fees, food, and merchandise simply by signing a ticket to your Member number at Cobblestone Creek.

Arrangements to visit a reciprocal club must be made by the Cobblestone Greek Golf Shop staff and are subject to restrictions as far as date and time. We have arrangements with Brookfield CC, Transit Valley CC, Orchard Park CC and Wanakah CC in the Buffalo area, Bellevue CC in the Syracuse area, Binghamton C.C. in the southern tier, The Kahkwa Club in Erie, PA, Cherry Hill Club in Ridgeway, Ontario, and Credit Valley Golf & C.C. in Toronto, Ontario. If you are in those vicinities or simply need a change of scenery, all are great clubs and happy to have you come and play. Please remember, as a Cobblestone Creek member, you are a guest of the reciprocal club and should act accordingly.

Bellevue Country Club – Syracuse, NY

Course Comments: 

Bellevue Country Club, an 18-hole championship private golf course, which first opened for play in 1918, has become one of the best known and most respected in the Central New York. The unique four-tee placements per hole make the course enjoyable and challenging for play at all levels. The tree-lined, wooded fairways, unique water hazards, and fast gently contoured greens have gained Bellevue Country Club high rankings among area golfers.


Brookfield Country Club – Clarence, NY

Course Comments:

Located in Clarence, New York, Brookfield Country Club was established in 1927 and has served as host to such prestigious events as the 1948 Western Open won by Mr. Ben Hogan, and the 1985 USGA Junior Boys Championship won by Mr. Charles Rymer. Designed by Canadian Architect, William Harries, the golf course spreads over approximately 170 acres and can be described as a traditional layout, with subtle elevation change, mature tree lined fairways and small to medium sized greens.


Credit Valley Golf & Country Club – Mississauga, ON

Course Comments:

Credit Valley is an established private golf course located in the heart of Mississauga, Ontario, within the solitude of the Credit River Valley. The original six holes were designed by Stanley Thompson in 1930. Today, Credit Valley maintains its tradition as a parkland course with tight fairways, and large and fast undulating greens.


Cherry Hill Club – Ridgeway, ON

Course Comments:

Cherry Hill was designed by Walter J. Travis, a respected golf course architect. The course was completed in 1924, and according to Travis scholars, it retains as much of its original configuration and intent as any Travis course in use today. This is particularly true of the Cherry Hill greens, which are known for their speed, trueness and subtle breaks. By modern standards, the greens are relatively small, yet present ample opportunity for varied pin locations ranging from the straightforward, to the enticing, to the “sucker” variety.   A comprehensive golf course renovation project, completed in 2009, re-introduced many features characteristic of Travis designed courses, and updated the course for modern play and maintenance practices. The 2009 course renovations were developed by golf course architect Ian Andrew, lead architect for Weir Golf Design. 


Orchard Park Country Club – Orchard Park, NY

Course Comments:

Orchard Park Country Club facility in Orchard Park, New York features 6,481 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72 . The course rating is 71.5 and it has a slope rating of 126 on bent grass.  Designed by Walter Travis, the Orchard Park golf course opened in 1946.  

The Binghamton Country Club – Endwell, NY

Course Comments:

The golf course at The Binghamton Country Club is truly a hidden gem.  Designed and built by the famed A.W. Tillinghast beginning in 1921, the course takes the player on a tour of the beautiful hillside north of the Susquehanna River in Endwell, NY. At par 71 and 6,430 yards from the back tees, the course is not particularly long by today’s standards.  However, one tour of the undulating fairways and greens gives the golfer an idea of the challenges and subtleties that can make each round an adventure.


The Kahkwa Club – Erie, PA

Course Comments:

The present club was designed by the late C. Paxton Cody and built by the Henry Shenk Company. Donald Ross, fame architect of Pinehurst, was engaged to lay out the links. The first nine holes are now the second nine of the present course. In the early days, as in Scotland, holes were known by names as well as numbers. Among the early golfers at Kahkwa, Number 12 was referred to as "Long Tom"; Number 13, "School House"; Number 14, "The Alps"; Number 3, the traditional "Pond." On completion of the original nine holes, with the help of Theron R. Palmer and others property was acquired east of the entry road so that the present first nine holes could be built. These holes were also laid out by Donald Ross.



Transit Valley Country Club – East Amherst, NY

Course Comments:

Transit Valley Country Club facility, located in East Amherst, New York features 6,672 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 71. The course rating is 71.6 and it has a slope rating of 128 on Bent grass.  Designed by William Rathman, Transit Valley opened in 1921.


Wanakah Country Club – Hamburg, NY

Course Comments:

In 1899 Buffalo’s leading citizens founded the Wanakah Country Club overlooking the waters of Lake Erie. The 18-hole golf course is a par 72 measuring 6952 yards from the back tees. It has a course rating of 71.9 and a slope of 129 from the men’s tees, and a course rating of 73.5 and a slope of 134 from the back tees. The Arthur Hills Course Architectural firm recently developed a new drainage and master plan for the golf course. Under the direction of course architect Chris Wilczynski renovations to holes number 1,2,4,9 and part of 5 have been completed.



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