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The par 71 layout measures 6,045 yards from the white tees. The 18 picturesque holes that wind through wooded areas, across streams, and past gorgeous ponds. It is setup to be both enjoyable for novices and challenging for top players. Also known across the area for it’s friendly atmosphere and quick pack of play, Conesus Golf Club will soon become one of your favorite Rochester area golf courses.

Hole 1

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Hole 1

Hole 1 :: 357 Yards :: Par 4 The opening hole at Conesus Golf Club is a slightly up hill par 4. Out of bounds lurks on the right off the tee. A good tee shot will leave you a middle iron to a generous green. Be careful, your second shot here often plays a little longer than it looks due to the green being slightly up hill from the fairway. Next Hole >>

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Hole 2

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Hole 2

Hole 2 :: 498 Yards :: Par 5 The only par 5 on the front nine is a true risk / reward hole. The wide open fairway provides plenty of roll off the tee. Longer hitters can go for the green in two, but not without a lot of risk. The right side of the green is protected by a large tree and there is a tree filled drop off to the left. If you elect to lay up with your second shot, try to get it within 125 yards of the green to give you a clean look at the hole. You’ll also want to be on the left side of the fairway, so the tree to the right of...

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Hole 3

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Hole 3

Hole 3 :: 302 Yards :: Par 4 This hole is more challenging than it’s length would lead you to believe. From the middle of the white tee box you want to hit a shot only about 165 yards out to clear the corner of the sharp dog leg left, but keep you out of the woods long. This will leave you around 100 yards to a small but receptive green with a severe back to front slope. Be careful of the break if you have to putt back down towards the front of this green. << Last HoleNext Hole...

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Hole 4

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Hole 4

Hole 4 :: 320 Yards :: Par 4 The fourth hole has a tight tee shot to a blind landing area. If you get your tee shot into this fairway though, you’ll have 150 yards or less into a decent sized green. Be careful not to hit your approach long and into the woods behind this green. This is another green that runs fast from back to front. << Last HoleNext Hole >>

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Hole 5

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Hole 5

Hole 5 :: 346 Yards :: Par 4 A slight dog leg to the left, the hardest part about this hole is the approach shot. A good drive will leave you just a middle to short iron in, but with no margin for error. This green is protected by trees left, long, and right as well as a valley short. There are two tiers on this green, right and left – you want to be sure to be on the tier the pin is placed on. << Last HoleNext Hole >>

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Hole 6

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Hole 6

Hole 6 :: 99 Yards :: Par 3 The first par 3 of the day is the shortest hole on the golf course and also features the largest green. The green slopes from right to left – balls on the green will tend to feed back towards the left side. << Last HoleNext Hole >>

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Hole 7

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Hole 7

Hole 7 :: 390 Yards :: Par 4 The seventh hole plays somewhat longer than the yardage lets on because it plays up hill. Your approach shot to this good sized green should avoid missing right, or you’ll wind up in some well placed trees. This green has a lot of subtle breaks, so take a second look before you hit your putt. << Last HoleNext Hole >>

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Hole 8

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Hole 8

Hole 8 :: 170 Yards :: Par 3 The other par 3 on the front is often exposed to a breeze that can play tricks with your ball. The edges of this green will reject your ball, so aim for the middle. Another back to front slope greets you once you’re on. << Last HoleNext Hole >>

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Hole 9

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Hole 9

Hole 9 :: 357 Yards :: Par 4 When you’re on the tee, it looks like you have a lot of room on the left and trouble on the right. In reality, you have a lot more room on the right than it looks like before you get into trouble. Longer hitters can reach the pond on the left. The approach shot is to a raised green with another back to front slope. << Last HoleNext Hole >>

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Hole 10

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Hole 10

Hole 10 :: 410 Yards :: Par 4 The first hole on the back nine is a dog leg right with ponds on both sides of the fairway in the landing area. Even a good tee shot is going to leave you a long to middle iron to a raised green. The green is large with only subtle breaks. << Last HoleNext Hole >>

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Hole 11

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Hole 11

Hole 11 :: 164 Yards :: Par 3 This slightly up hill par 3 is often impacted by the prevailing left to right wind. The green is pretty wide, but not very deep. The ball will break towards the front of the green. << Last HoleNext Hole >>

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Hole 12

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Hole 12

Hole 12 :: 395 Yards :: Par 4 A straight away par four, hole 12 usually plays into the wind. Try to keep your tee shot left so you don’t have to deal with the tree to the right of the green on your approach. This green usually runs pretty fast, so try not to run your putt too far past. << Last HoleNext Hole >>

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Hole 13

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Hole 13

Hole 13 :: 413 Yards :: Par 4 This par four has a hill in the middle of the fairway that prevents all but the longest of hitters from getting too close after their tee shot. Most players will have a long iron for a second shot. Everything near the green feeds from the right to the left. The green follows suit and is pretty fast. << Last HoleNext Hole >>

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Hole 14

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Hole 14

Hole 14 :: 437 Yards :: Par 5 The first of two back to back par 5’s on the back is a great birdie opportunity. The tee shot has to be fit between a creek that is on both the left and the right of the fairway. There is a rise in the middle of the fairway that will prevent your drive from going too far. Longer players can go for this large green. Most players will lay up on the large, flat fairway leading up to the green. Once on the green be careful of the back to front slope. << Last HoleNext Hole...

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Hole 15

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Hole 15

Hole 15 :: 501 Yards :: Par 5 The second of the two back to back par 5’s is a slight dog leg to the right. After a good drive you’ll face a second shot over a rivene. If you manage to carry the ravine you’ll have a short and simple third shot to another large green. << Last HoleNext Hole >>

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Hole 16

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Hole 16

Hole 16 :: 158 Yards :: Par 3 The final par 3 on the golf course usually plays into the prevailing wind. The shot is all carry to a two tiered green. If you hit your approach onto the same tier as the pin placement, you will have a pretty flat putt. << Last HoleNext Hole >>

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Hole 17

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Hole 17

Hole 17 :: 346 Yards :: Par 4 Hole 17 is pretty straight forward from the tee. The green is small and protected by trees long and right. The green is the biggest challenge with a lot of subtle breaks that can fool you. << Last HoleNext Hole >>

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Hole 18

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Hole 18

Hole 18 :: 382 Yards :: Par 4 The final hole is a dog leg right with out of bounds on the right and thick wild grass to the left. A good tee shot leaves you a middle iron to a tricky green. There are two tiers – front and back. The pin can almost always be found on the larger front tier – so do not miss long. The back tier can provide a nice backstop to your approach shot and leave you with a nice opportunity to birdie the final hole of the day. << Last HoleMake a Tee Time...

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