Sodus Bay Heights Golf Club, once a farm, is characterized by its rolling hills, which create a number of uphill, downhill and sidehill lies. That is one of the major challenges of the course. The other is the winds whipping off Great Sodus Bay and Lake Ontario, which change frequently, so you never know what to expect.
The course plays 6,682 yards from the championship tees, 6,316 from the men’s tees and 5,529 from the ladies. The signature hole is the 5th, a 458 yard downhill par 4 with water crossing the fairway at 300 yards and a pond on the left about 240 yards from the tee. It plays into a severely elevated large green, surrounded by three bunkers.
The immaculate condition of the course is amplified by the beautiful scenery you’ll see along the way. The views of the water amidst the rolling hills are quite spectacular, sure to accentuate your round at Sodus Bay.