If golf doesn’t come to mind when you think of Greater Binghamton, think again.
More than a dozen courses make golf a favorite pastime here for pros and amateurs alike. In fact, our scenic greens host PGA tour events and earn great ratings from golf’s top publications, which means you can golf like a pro for a fraction of the price.
No matter your handicap, you can relax with classic rounds at Traditions at the Glen or tee up at En-Joie Golf Club, host to the PGA Champions Tour. Challenge yourself at the Golf Digest-rated Conklin Players Club or Golf Magazine-ranked Links at Hiawatha Landing.
Time your trip right and you can hit one of the area’s biggest events – golf or otherwise – in the region: the Dick’s Sporting Goods Open. Each July, the PGA stars come out to play at the historic En-Joie Golf Club and visitors come to enjoy weeklong festivities that include a marquee concert performance.
Founded in 1927, En-Joie Golf Club boasts a long history of professional golf. En-Joie hosted the PGA’s Broome County Open from 1972 to 2005 and today grabs the national spotlight each summer with the Dick’s Sporting Goods PGA Champions Tour event.
Built on traditions, Greater Binghamton has transformed into a community where there is always something to do, there is always something happening and there’s always new treasures to discover – like the community’s biggest event of the year.
One of Greater Binghamton’s most decorated courses, The Links at Hiawatha Landing has earned recognition from Golf Digest, Golf Magazine and Golfweek, which ranked it the No. 3 best place to play in New York state.
Speaking of Golf Digest, the publication calls Conklin Players Club one of the 201 best public courses in North America. This impeccably manicured course includes irrigated bent grass, greens, tees and fairways for 18 unique holes. Water hazards and bunkers challenge golfers in this beautiful Zagat-rated setting.
Designed by course architect John Van Kleek in 1937, Traditions at the Glen is packed with 18 beautiful fairways and greens that have challenged amateurs and PGA pros alike for decades.
Those are just a few we like to tell people about. Greater Binghamton is filled with more premium courses all set in some of Central New York’s most scenic areas.
It’s no secret that golf is a favorite Greater Binghamton activity come summer. With over a dozen courses to choose from, golf enthusiasts of any skill level find themselves right at home among our scenic backdrops.
So, starting to rethink where to take your next golf trip? Well, it gets better.
Overnight golf packages including accommodations, breakfast, two rounds of golf and cart start at just $165.
And Greater Binghamton has just as many excellent ways to fill your downtime as it does courses. Taste some delicious brews, enjoy world-class meals downtown or take in one of our summer festivals after your rounds with the guys or the girls.