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5904 N Burdick St Ste 110
East Syracuse, NY  13057-9465
United States
P: (315) 656-4653
F: (315) 656-5232
Erie Village Course

18 hole regulation length course

Public golf course

71 par | 6,704 yards | 135 slope

72.6 rating | Bent grass

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Erie Village Golf Course

The 18-hole "Erie Village" course at the The Links at Erie Village facility in East Syracuse, New York features 6,704 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 71. The course rating is 72.6 and it has a slope rating of 135 on Bent grass. Designed by Ferdinand Garbin, ASGCA, the Erie Village golf course opened in 1996. Rick Kraus manages the course as the Co-Owner/Manager.

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Time5am - 9pm
Price $0 - $500
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Reviewed June 18, 2010

A nice course in good shape....prepare to hit some balls in the water....comes into play on almost every hole...conditions were good .....greens nice....lots of teeshots with a crosswind with water on both sides of fairway...some decent shots punished....a good challenge....good price....good value

Reviewed July 21, 2009

The course is very nice and usually plays well. It is fair, yet challenging. Must manage your game well because there is plenty of trouble on almost every hole. However, I will agree with the above post about the hospitality. I have had a few extremely negative experiences there, mostly related to the unfriendly and somewhat snobbish nature of the clubhouse attendants. I ran into a coupon issue there as well - except the attendant told me "these coupons are a joke, I don't know why we accept them." Like the above, I have run into five-somes and six-somes before. The staff is quick to remind you of expected etiquette when you call for a tee time, yet you often do not get the personal etiquette reciprocated. Too bad because its a great course. My friends and I limit our trips there due to the staff. Let me add that the food there is very good.

Reviewed July 11, 2009

Two weeks ago I went to play 18 holes on Saturday with 2 of my good friends. We had a 10:45 tee time and arrived at the course around 10:15 to pay and warm up for our round. We had one Enjoy the City coupon for a buy one get one free greens fee and we presented it to the woman working at the pro shop, (presumably this would have made the price for two of us $39 for 18 and a cart). She refused to accept this coupon, and instead offered us a reduced rate of $27.50 per person, a condition that was not expressed on the courses website nor anywhere within the proshop. We reluctantly went on to play our round and for the most part had a great time, with the exception of having to play behind a Fivesome which drastically slowed down play. In addition to the Fivesome, 2 foursomes were allowed to go off the back side in front of us as we were making the turn. Our back nine was therefore painfully slow having to wait on every shot. After we finished, we decided to go into the pro shop to cordially address the coupon and slow play issue. The man working in the proshop immediately became defensive when we inquired about the terms of the coupon use, and he scrambled to find information on the course's website to back up his claim that the transaction we made was fair and within the conditions of the coupon. As he searched, I inquired as to why they were allowing fivesomes to play and why foursomes were allowed to go off the back in front of groups making the turn. The attendant staunchly rejected these claims and told us that we were lying. I suggested that they have the Ranger do a better job of managing the speed of play, and he snidely responded with --Let me teach you guys a little life lesson about respect-- (keep in mind that we had not been the least bit derisive or confrontational). This comment was deeply offensive as we were merely trying to sort out a couple of simple problems we had experience on their golf course. The attendant then commanded us to leave the pro shop and never come back. Confused with the whole situation we left. Later on both me and my friend called the golf course to report the situation and were hung up on a total of 4 times. We finally contacted a woman named Jennifer who vowed to resurrect the problem and get us a refund for our greens fees. It has been 2 weeks since this conversation and we have yet to reach any resolution to the problem. We contacted Enjoy the City about their coupon terms and they were very displeased with what we were reporting, and are currently attempting to contact the links regarding this breach of contract. I am posting this experience to warn others about using these particular coupons as they will likely not be honored; as well as to inform the public about the lack of respect that the golf course staff has shown their patrons. This is one of my favorite courses in Syracuse, however I refuse to go back until this issue is resolved.

Reviewed July 01, 2009

The course was in good (even though extremely wet) condition when I played the day after a major rainstorm. Played half of the round in cart, and the GPS units help quite a bit for those who have not played the course many times. Highly recommended.
June, 2009.

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Reviewed August 27, 2007

The proper web site for this course is

Reviewed August 03, 2007

Can't say enough about this course, I played this course less than one week after a LPGA event and the greens and fairways where in top form.

Reviewed June 18, 2007


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  • Latest Scores
  • Overall
Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
1 Mike D. 18 46 28 04/14/08
2 Carl H. 11 40 29 08/31/09
3 David M. N/A 42 42 07/12/12
4 Aaron P. N/A 46 46 06/10/10
5 Tim S. 26 86 60 10/27/14
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About The Links at Erie Village

The Links at Erie Village

Community facility

60 tees driving range

18 regulation holes

Awards at The Links at Erie Village

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Course Staff

Rick Kraus, Co-Owner/Manager
Jack Conger, PGA, Golf Professional
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