Lancaster, NY 
Como Lake Park Share
Uploaded By: timg Hole #6
3 / 245ft.   3 / 271ft.   3 / 372ft.   4 / 372ft. Par / Distance:
Hole #6 Pro Tee



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 One of my favorites now that i'm better

5+    6/7/2009   8/1/2008
Review By: ScottMunFrigginro
Played: 5  Reviewed: 5
This review was updated on 6/19/2009
2 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: "Very well kept course with an interesting layout. Course requires many different shots. Great sign's and mando's well labeled." 8/08

I stand by my views of very well kept and interestingly layed out. Par's are very doable if you keep your shots in the fairway. Most fairways are quite wide, so if you lose a disc in vegetation you probably deserve it. :-P
Cons: "I'm new to the sport, and i feel that a number of the over water shots unfairly punish a bad shot. I've lost 4 disc's there so far out of the 4 times i've been there (only once did i make it out even) I will go there to play the front nine when i make the trip to go out to chestnut ridge, but it's no longer fun after you've lost one (maybe 2) disc's."

well this course is very rough on non-consistent players, so BEGINNERS BEWARE! I've played this course at least 3 times this year, and so far (knock on wood) i have yet to lose a disc.
Other Thoughts: Probably my favorite. This course is a great course to hit on a bright sunny day. This course isn't near as punishing as i remember it being last year, but i've had some REAAAALLLLY close calls. I even managed to par this course from the blue tee's this year! Which may not seem much, but it was quite an accomplishment for me.

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 Challenging & Variety

5+    10/23/2007   10/24/2007
Review By: ssejhill
Played: 14  Reviewed: 11  Exp: 13.4 Years
This review was updated on 6/22/2010
2 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Quiet and close to just about anywhere in Buffalo, NY. Nice layout and some very challenging holes (especially the back 9). Nice degree of variety to the holes and layouts.
Cons: Maybe a bit too challenging on the back 9. Lots of water hazards on the back 9. Look out on Holes 8, 10, 14 & 15. Floaters are a must, since sinkers will be lost in the murky water. Course definitely gives an advantage to LHBH and RHFH throwers.
Other Thoughts: Has anyone been successful shooting from the blue tee directly over the water on Hole 14? We wimped out and played parallel to the shore until we got to a point where the throw over the water was considerably closer. All in all, I loved the course. This may be my new current favorite!

A lot of comments mention the water hazards and downplay the trees. If you play like I do you'll hit several of them as well. The course isn't like Chestnut Ridge Park but I still managed to hit about 5 trees along the 18 holes.

This is the premium course in the Buffalo area (at least until I get a chance to try Emery). This course is far better than Chestnut Ridge which has really fallen into disrepair in recent years.

[edit 6/22/10 - I just noticed that the Par (3) and Pro Par (4) are reversed for Hole #8. No wonder I've never gotten close to par on that hole.]

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