Since 1916 golfers have enjoyed the traditional Donald Ross layout at Irondeqouit Country Club. Donald Ross trademarks including simple designs that use existing natural landscapes to challenge golfers of all skill levels, short walking distances from green to the next tee, short par 4’s on uphill ground and greens that invite run up shots with deep trouble over the green (usually in the form of fall away slopes) exist on the course today. While many Donald Ross courses have had their layouts modified, Irondequoit proudly boasts that it is one of the very few in the world that has remained true to its original design and specifications.
The course is a par seventy two that plays at 6,792 yards. Three of the holes were ranked by the PGA among the toughest 50 holes on the Nationwide Tour. While Irondequoit is one of the most scenic courses in the Rochester District, it is also among the top ten most difficult. ICC is also home to a world-class practice facility. Amenities include a practice bunker, two practice greens, a chipping fairway, target greens, and over an acre of natural grass tee boxes.
The challenging 18-hole course has received praise from a variety of golf associations and publications. Among them Golf World named Irondeqouit Country Club as “One of Donald Ross’s less celebrated but most outstanding courses.” The course has been the proud host of a variety of amateur and professional golf events which include US Amateur Qualifiers, US Open Qualifiers, Pro-Am’s and more recently the Nationwide Tour’s Xerox Classic.
Head Golf Professional
Assistant Golf Professionals
Zach Buschner, PGA Apprentice Professional
Erik Skiba, PGA Assistant Professional
Collin Slattery, PGA Apprentice Professional
Golf Course Superintendent