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2350 Marshland Rd
Apalachin, NY  13732-1447
United States
P: (607) 687-6952
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Hiawatha Course

18 hole regulation length course

Public golf course

72 par | 7,250 yards | 133 slope

74.4 rating

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Hiawatha Golf Course

The 18-hole "Hiawatha" course at the The Links At Hiawatha Landing facility in Apalachin, New York features 7,250 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72. The course rating is 74.4 and it has a slope rating of 133. Designed by Brian M. Silva, ASGCA/Mark A. Mungeam, ASGCA, the Hiawatha golf course opened in 1994. J.B. Bump manages the course as the General Manager/Director of Golf.


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Reviewed October 01, 2014

Great course and they are always having specials! Check their website and or facebook page. They have some of the best deals for the quality of the course. One of the top 4 courses in Broome County. Definately a challenging course, nice big greens and nice fairways. Beautiful scenery. One of the best club houses in the area and the food is amazing. If you play you should eat.

Reviewed July 21, 2010

This is an awesome course. I've played here a couple times, most recently at the end of June on a ridiculously windy day. The layout is fantastic and can be brutal if the wind is up. Hiawatha usually isn't busy during the week so getting out as a single isn't a headache. If this course was a little closer to where i live, about 75 minutes, i'd play here more. There's great deals to be had if you join their mailing list. I prefer the layout to Conklin but CPC conditions are a little better.

Reviewed October 06, 2009

Reviewed December 09, 2008

This is my favorite course within an hour drive of where I live. We played here 3 times after Oct 1 this pasy year and the course,as always was outstanding. There are some very good deals here in the off season if you are on their Email list. I have always found the staff here to be extremely friendly and accomodating. It is a links style course, beautifully kept, and can run very fast. There are no gimmicks here. A fine design with averything laid out for the golfer to see.17 and 18 are great finishing holes....17 par 3 don't pull your tee shot..even a little. 18 a great risk/reward par 5....a real good tee shot can leave as little as an 8 iron to the green...but the risk of reteeing and hitting 3 is great.....only drawback is close proximity of some holes to major highway.....but that is offset by how great this course's nice of them to make this course available to those of all income levels...join their Email list.

Reviewed August 11, 2008

Reviewed July 16, 2008

Not sure what course honestgolfer was playing but it certainly wasn't the one I have played here. Played on 7/15 and the people were as nice and helpful as they have always been. Greens and fairways in good shape and the the layout is as challenging as you want. I think for a links course, the views are fairly good. I know when I played Carnoustie, there were not very many "good views" but it was a great course to play, just as this one is.

Reviewed October 14, 2007

Not as manicured as Conklin Players Club down the road a bit, but a nice "kinda-links" course, or as close as you can get to links in this part of the world. Things were a wee bit wet for my taste, but the starter and other employees were nice. 16-18 are treacherous. Nice course.

Reviewed October 06, 2007

My favorite home area course... Cant afford its membership, and will only be able to afford golfing here with weekly specials. Otherwise, BEST COURSE in the SOUTHERN TIER, hands down!!!!

Reviewed August 10, 2007

DO NOT PLAY UNLESS OTHER COURSES ARE CLOSED!! While most modern golf courses long ago figured out that the paying customer should be treated like a close friend, the ancient cigar-smoking Starter at this course is cranky, rude, and treated me like I should thank him for allowing me the honor of playing on his (lackluster and soggy) golf course. The play is as slow as my old county course and the Ranger doesn't help much.

Pick a different course to spend your money at. This course is in fair condition, but also fairly dull. No good views and for five holes on the back nine you're forced to listen to constant honking and taunting from drivers speeding by on heavily-traveled Highway 17.

Not worth the money or the hassle - unless you have the sudden urge to have a starter treat you like a 10-year-old stepping onto your county course for the first time. There are better courses (and much better values) in the area. If you want links, play in the desert or on the coast, not in the hills.

Reviewed July 01, 2007


Best course within 75 miles of Binghamton. I have played golf in at least 10 states with the majority of it here or in Phoenix, Scottsdale AZ. I always tell my friends that you could pick this course up and place it in Scottsdale, exchange the tall grass with cactus and it would fit right in. Great place to play although a little pricey for this area. Greenes roll like a pool table, the fairways you just want to lay down and nap they are so plush. Playing from the tip you need to be long and straight or it will be a long day and more than a couple lost balls. Great practice facility with two greens, one for chipping, putting and bunker play, one for putting only. Nice range too. It a must play if in area.

Reviewed March 27, 2007

The Links at Hiawatha Landing

One of the "must play" courses in the Binghamton area. True links style golf at it's finest. Some of the lower holes, near the river, flood rather regularly and were shut down for a good portion of the 06' season. Aside from that, you will find well manicured fairways and greens and deep, heathery rough. The bunkers are always well kempt and the tee boxes are level and plush. This course lacks only g.p.s. carts to push it up to the 5 star level, in my book.

Reviewed January 02, 2007

Reviewed September 12, 2006

Great Course

This is the greatest course ever.


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  • Latest Scores
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Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
1 craig P. 22 90 68 11/18/09
2 Don M. 23 92 69 08/04/10
3 Jake A. 8 78 70 10/11/14
4 Jerry C. 15 86 71 08/26/07
5 Chet G. 10 81 71 09/19/09
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About The Links At Hiawatha Landing

The Links At Hiawatha Landing

Golf Only facility

75 tees driving range

18 regulation holes

Tournaments of The Links At Hiawatha Landing

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Course Staff

J.B. Bump, General Manager/Director of Golf
Tim Rose, GCSAA, Superintendent

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