Pay to Play
$6.00 / per person
$5.00 per lost disc (if you use theirs)
A relatively straight forward course with a few twists. You begin at the bottom portion of Whiteface, and work your way up hill. Then, you have a couple holes with a twist; about a 75-90 degree turn through the brush. The final holes finish downhill.
Mixed Use, Ski Area
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"Money grab for whiteface during the summer, very steep uphill that isn’t maintained. 7 holes up then a steep walk down with loose rocks. Tees just pieces of wood in bad shape. Not worth even close to 7$. Might as well pull over to the side of the road on the way home and throw your discs into the forest, you’ll have more fun."
"It's really not a place to go. Very very steep. Condition awful. Personal unpleasant. Be aware NO REFUND. I do not recommend at all. "
"In my honesty opinion, the course is rough. It’s poorly marked and the terrain is harsh on the discs. The tees are just a pile of wood chips with 1x6’s around it. It’s also 7$ a person now. Which is high, especially for 9 holes, 7 of which are uphill on the ski slope. The views are nice, but if your looking for views the hike is beautiful! "
"So the course is definitely not worth the $7. 7 of the holes are uphill and the last 2 holes that do go downhill are less than 300 ft so you have no room to rip one even though your playing on a ski mountain. The tee pads are wood chips with 2x6 borders just sitting on the ground. They are small, wobbly and most are leaned straight uphill so good luck doing a run up. A lot of the fairways are rocky or wet. The map is hard to follow. Don’t recommend coming here."
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