Grover Cleveland Golf Course

DESCRIPTION: Grover Cleveland Golf Course is a 5,621 yard par 69 course located in the City of Buffalo and is the site of the original Country Club of Buffalo. As the Country Club of Buffalo it hosted the 1912 U.S. Open won by the first American golfer to capture the crown, John J. McDermott. It is the only public golf facility in North America to be designed by two of the most famous golf architects of the early 20th Century: Walter J. Travers and Donald Ross. The course was designed by Travers in 1902, redesigned by Ross in 1920, and redesigned again in 1952 after it was purchased by the City of Buffalo. Erie County assumed ownership of the course in the 1970s.


3781 Main Street
Amherst, NY 14226
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The 18-hole “Grover Cleveland” course at the Grover Cleveland Golf Course facility in Amherst, New York features 5,621 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 69 . The course rating is 65.5 and it has a slope rating of 102. Grover Cleveland golf course opened in 1902.