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Course Overview

Designed by E. Lawrence Packer and built in 1959 by Brent Wadsworth, this 18 hole, Semi-Private course features many challenges. Golfers will face beautifully manicured fairways and greens. Green fees are reasonable and membership is affordable. Cart fees are included in the green fee. Walking is not allowed. Other amenities at the golf course include a driving range, food and beverages are served at this course. This course accepts Mastercard, Visa, and tee times are taken 6 days in advance. Corporate and group outings are available.

Wayne Hills Hole #7 was chosen as one of Rochester's "Dream 18" by Rochester Democrat and Chronicle readers and Rochester Democrat and Chronicle golf writer Sal Maiorana. Maiorana also chose WHCC Hole #17 as one of his "Dream 18" Holes in the Rochester Area ....  Democrat and Chronicle Golf Guide '07, Sunday, May 20, 2007

WHCC was also chosen as "One of the 101 Reasons Why Golf in Rochester is So Great" Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, Sunday, May 16, 2004

Listed in "The Beauty of Golf in New York State" by John McCarthy, rated 4 stars by Golf Digest, host of the 1974 New York State Amateur and hole #7 chosen as best par 3 in the greater Rochester area in 1998, Wayne Hills Country Club offers an 18 hole championship layout that is a must play for any golfer. Memberships available.

Course Tour


Hole 1

The first hole is a short par 4 with water on the left and trees on the right. The green is fronted by two large sand bunkers and a creek that crosses in front of the green.

Hole 2

The second hole is a par 5. A small creek runs the entire length of the hole crossing the fairway 310 yards from the back tee. The drive is guarded by a fairway bunker on the right and the creek on the left. A second fairway bunker (not shown on map) comes into play on the left for the second shot. A large pond guards the right approach to the green and a large sand bunker the left approach.


Hole 3

A long par 4, the #1 handicap hole. The fairway is guarded both left and right by trees. The long second shot is to an undulating green with a bunker on the right.

Hole 4

A par 3 with the tee shot from an elevated tee to a slightly elevated green. The right-to-left sloping green is guarded by bunkers both right and left.


Hole 5

A par 4 with trees on both sides of the fairway to catch errant tee shots. The green is bunkered on the left and slopes slightly right to left.

Hole 6

A short par 4 with a large fairway bunker on the left. The tee shot is blind and should be aimed just right of that bunker. The green features bunkers both left and right.


Hole 7


The signature hole of Wayne Hills features an elevated tee shot that requires accuracy. The green has water on the left and bunkers on the right and, depending upon pin placement, can provide some treacherous putts.

Hole 8

A par 4 that dog-legs slightly left. The two bunkers on the right and left of the fairway demand an accurate tee shot. The green is protected by bunkers on both the right and the left.


Hole 9

A par 5 that dog-legs left to right. Large trees and out-of-bounds guard the right side of the fairway. A ditch crosses the fairway approximately 150 yards from the green. This green is also guarded left and right by large bunkers.

Hole 10

A par 4 with trees lining the fairway on both sides. The green is guarded by a bunker on the right. The green slopes severely from back to front demanding an accurate shot to avoid a three putt.


Hole 11


This par 3 is bunkered on both the left and right. Trees line the right side of the hole from tee to green.

Hole 12

This dog-leg right par 5 is tree lined on both sides of the fairway from tee to green. The green is guarded by a large, yawning bunker on the right that will catch any shot hit short of the green.


Hole 13

A straight away par 4 with dense woods all along the left side and tree lined on the right. A large tree greenside left can come into play, as well as the severe slope left of the green.

Hole 14

This severe dog-leg right features out-of-bounds both left and right from the tee. Large bunkers guard both the left and right of the green.


Hole 15


Rated the easiest hole on the course, this par 3 features an elevated tee shot to a green with water on the right and bunkers on the left.

Hole 16

This par 4 has an elevated tee that drops to a fairway with out-of-bounds running the entire length of the hole on the left side. Trees guard the right side of the fairway as well. The green is bunkered on both the right and left.


Hole 17

This dog-leg left par 5 features a large bunker on the left side of the fairway that is reachable from the tee. A creek crosses the fairway approximately 100 yards from the green. The elevated green is protected on both sides by bunkers.

Hole 18

A par 4 that dog-legs slightly from left to right. Trees line both sides of the fairway to catch off-target tee shots. The large green features bunkers both right and left.

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