Coram, New York
Pine Ridge Golf Club
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2 Golf Course Dr
Coram, NY 11727, United States
This relatively flat 18-hole course runs through forested land on Long Island, with water in play on only a few holes. The practice facility includes a grass-tee range and a putting green. The course is currently operated by Billy Casper's golf management firm.
The standard rates are $59 weekdays and $80 weekends, although 9-hole and sliding twilight rates.
Average Hole Difficulty
crusher20 - 10/2/12
Greens need a little work and were in fair condition. Some holes have little imagination while most are a challenge and scenic.Overall a good course.
rms7887 - 3/12/12
Played in under 4.5 hours. Not very long, but greens are challenging, and fairways are narrow. Even a moderate fade can find the woods.
BlameMe - 8/27/11
Agree with everything being said here. tight fairways and those that shoot straight will be happy, get in the trees and your score will be high. Club selection off the tee is the key, 3 wood instead of the driver on most and I would off been in a better position to score (first time out so I'll know for next time). Greens have subtle breaks and can deceive, but generally good. Staff were great, nice enough Casper run course and best value of the 4 I've played. Will be back soon.
Jerry Giaimo - 7/3/11
If you are in the area this course is well worth your time. Front nine somewhat short but with tricky shots requiring placement rather than distance. Your golf skills however, will be challenged when you make the turn. Ten, eleven , and twelve will are demanding requiring not only placement but accuracy as well. Not to mention the well guarded greens.
G.Renner - 5/18/11
Overpriced, short, a handful of VERY short dog legs. Not a very good golf course. In good shape. Nothing special here, I don't really think it's worth the price.
birdie pancake - 10/15/09
i can say i liked this course. conditions were pretty nice actually, fairways were nicely manicured and greens were rolling decent. only gripe i had about the course is that instead of rough, you have dense trees. if you're 5 yards off the fairway, you're in the trees, and the trees are no picnic. rarely will you get a lucky, clean, unobstructed stance if you find your ball. the fairways are narrow to begin with so driving is premium. the course is tougher than it's listed course rating/slope. i'll definitely go back, esp since i feel i played better than my score of 80 suggests.
pmorrison - 8/28/07
seniors pay $45 weekdays; good deal
The Ghost - 7/20/14
p_visconti20 - 6/20/14
deeflat - 6/17/13
Best Score: 66