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Willowcreek Golf Club

Established in 1973 and featuring a Robert Tallman designed layout, Willowcreek Golf Club is located in the picturesque valley of New York’s Southern Tier region. It is the area’s only family owned golf course, and offers 27 holes of challenging tree-lined golf (the Pines, BitterCreek, and the Willows) as well as extensive practice facilities sure to keep your game sharp. You can let it rip on the 300+ yard driving range, use the two practice holes to work on your short game, and hone your putting stroke on the two-tiered putting green.



The Pines is our front-9 and is a par-36. Hole 1 provides your best opportunity for an eagle as a well struck drive can put you in position to reach the green in two. The Pines also features a driveable par-4 with the third hole, but think twice about going for it because the Chemung River awaits any errant drive missed to the right. At a robust and winding 550 yards (from the white tees), many consider hole 6 to be Willowcreek’s most challenging hole, and is arguably the most difficult par-5 in the area. Hole 9 brings you back toward the clubhouse and, like so many other holes at Willowcreek, requires a precisely placed tee shot for an open approach to the green.



The Bittercreek 9 is a par-36 and offers what is considered by many to be Willowcreek’s toughest test. Playing slightly longer than the Pines, its length is not what troubles most golfers. Bittercreek, as is fitting to its name, features four holes that wind golfers back and forth across its creek. While very playable for most skill levels, all golfers agree that easy pars are hard to come by.



The Willows 9 presents a challenge for all skill levels and features our newly added junior tees providing aspiring young golfers a more enjoyable experience. Often considered the easiest nine at Willowcreek, the Willows is anything but a walk in the park. Hole 1 is the tightest par-5 on the course and two other holes are the lengthiest par-4s Willowcreek has to offer. Be sure to save some energy for the 9th hole finale, a lengthy par-4 that requires an approach shot over a pond. Don’t worry though, a drop area is provided for those not up to the challenge!

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    Can I Drink/Eat On The Golf Course?

    Please, no outside food or beverages. Our Roundhouse Pub & Grill has a full selection of snacks, meals, and beverages, and they are more than happy to package up your goodies to go! Also, on select days, we have on-course beverage service. Look for it near the covered bridge!

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    Do you have online Tee Time Reservations?

    Yes. We have implemented a new online reservation system, please visit www.hancockgolfcourse.net for link.

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    Are lessons available?

    We have a PGA Certified instructor on staff you can contact the course for details.

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    How do we get there?

    Click here to see directions to our course.

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    What nights do you have leagues?

    Currently Mon-Tues-Wednesdays are league nights, we are looking to start a fun couples league on Fridays