Ross Conover and Eric Moreira
Moderately Hilly & Heavily WoodedCourse Landscape / Terrain:
18 / 18Holes / Baskets:
5223 ft.Course Length: Metric
No / NoMultiple Tees / Pins:
Camping Nearby Private
Description: Weaves through historic silviculture (tree plantation) plots in a predominantly forested area that includes a lakeside front 9 and a back 9 with towering, old growth white pines. #4 has a mando - must go right of the mando tree. Open to the public but on private land. Play at your own risk and please respect the hikers on the Jackrabbit Trail and the folks working the Osgood Farm. Pack out all trash.
This course’s name is from the Iroquois term to describe the region's native Algonquins. “Adirondack” (means bark-eater) derived from the locals habit of eating the inside bark of white pine during times of food scarcity. Today this term is applied to the gnaw marks left behind on a tree after being struck by a disc.
Camping: Meacham Lake Campground is 10 miles north, Buck Pond Campground is 10 miles northeast.
30 NY-30Street Address:
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Local Directions: From the junction of State Routes 86 and 30: Turn right onto Rte 30 and go .6 miles. The parking area is off the road behind some trees on the right (east) side of the road - 50' north of a red gate.
1st tee is at the end of a 0.1 mile trail to the north edge of the Osgood Farm.