1309 Clearview Road, King Ferry, New York 13081
(315) 364-7343 • KINGFERRYGOLFCLUB.COM
"King Ferry Golf Club is a gem! It is fun yet challenging, and women friendly! The course is well maintained, the owners and staff are the best, and the tournaments are great fun! What more could you ask for!!" —Sally T.
"The King Ferry Golf Club is a family owned, family friendly 9 hole course nestled in the heart of the Finger Lakes. The vistas from almost every hole will take your breath away while the holes will both challenge the champion and encourage the novice. A must!" —Randall Z.
"I love the beautiful lake views and the fact that there are still places in this world that operate on the honors system. I can look at pictures of the golf course views whenever I get homesick here in Georgia and instantly be home." —Shelley Lee
"King Ferry Golf Club is one of the most beautiful golf courses I have ever
played though it has one of the most challenging and aggravating holes
I have ever had the pleasure of playing
(# 6)." —Dwayne Lee
"You can get easily distracted by the beautiful views on this course, but it is truly very well designed and thought out. Golf at the King Ferry Golf Club allows you to choose risk/reward, so it's challenging for experienced players, but still enjoyable for all skill levels. Nice driving range and practice areas." —Dave H.
"One of the most picturesque and beautifully maintained golf courses in the Finger Lakes region. It's a challenging, yet novice-golfer-friendly Scottish links style course with each fairway being bordered by gorgeous wild flowers and natural vegetation. KFGC is family owned and operated (along with the occasional/seasonal help of local golf enthusiasts!) and the golf season is filled with clinics, private instruction, and many good-cause tournaments.
This family-friendly course is always the golf course of my choice when I visit the area."
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"I love the beautiful lake views and the fact that there are still places in this world that operate on the honors system. I can look at pictures of the golf course views whenever I get homesick here in Georgia and instantly be home." —Shelley L.
"I have been a member and a frequent golfer at this picturesque course since it opened. There have been some adjustments to be made since, prior to playing this course, I had never played a links style course. The fescue that forms the rough is a humbling place to hit out of, if you land there. This course will let you play all the clubs in your bag. There are holes to pound your ball with the driver and the par 3's are for a longer iron (#2) and one for a (very) short iron (#4). The best hole on the course is #8 and if you reach in two, the green is very challenging, depending on the pin placement.
The views of Cayuga Lake are awesome, the length is right and it's a challenging walk. The driving range and chipping and putting green make for a great warm up for the course. Or just to work on your game. I have played in the men's league (loose and relaxed), gone out with my sons and on solo rounds. I enjoy the course, the location, the people (and wildlife!) and plan on playing many times in the upcoming season."
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“My husband and I live in North Carolina most of the year, but spend May through early September near Aurora, NY, at our summer cottage. While enjoying a reprieve from the hot, humid weather of North Carolina, we find as many outdoor activities as possible in which to participate. One of our favorite activities is playing golf. We have played many courses in the Aurora area, but are partial to playing at the King Ferry Golf Course, which is less than 10 minutes from our cottage. Although the 9-hole course is challenging, it is fun to play, the fees are reasonable, the fairways and greens are well maintained, and it is hard to beat the view of Cayuga Lake from many of the holes. The driving range and practice putting greens provide an opportunity to improve our game. There are men's and women's leagues and since joining a women's league I have been able to play more frequently and enjoy the camaraderie of my new friends. We plan to return to Aurora, NY, again this year and will be at the King Ferry Golf Course as soon as the weather permits.”
—Judy and Ed H.