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En-Joie Course

18 hole regulation length course

Municipal golf course

72 par | 7,034 yards | 130 slope

74.4 rating

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En-Joie Golf Course

The 18-hole "En-Joie" course at the En-Joie Golf Club facility in Endicott, New York features 7,034 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 130. Designed by Ernie Smith, the En-Joie golf course opened in 2012. County of Broome Parks & Recreation manages this facility, with Michael Deuel, PGA as the Director of Golf.


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Reviewed October 01, 2014

By far the best course in Broome County. Long holes, big greens. You feel like you are playing a PGA tour course. The fairways are amazing. The price isn't bad either. Definately a tough course but it's worth the challenge.

Reviewed July 09, 2012

Excellent course.

En-Joie is a challenging 18 hole layout that also serves as the venue for pro tournaments. The PGA Tour's BC Open was played here for years until 2005. Tiger Woods played in the BC Open shortly after he turned pro. Now, a Seniors Tour event, the Dicks Sporting Goods Open, takes place at this course.

The course is in great shape now. This normally would be expected from a course that hosts the pros, but this course was almost entirely under water from the great floods of 2011 that hit the area in September 2011. You would not know it though – course management did a great job of getting this course into playable condition.

My favorite hole was the 15th hole, a long par 4 double hit over water, with the water between the tee and fairway and also curling along the left side of the hole. There are many other interesting holes – this one though in my opinion was the best.

The price was a bit more for courses in the area, but the course is also much better than other courses in the area. We paid $56 for a round on a Friday morning with a cart.

The course has some food – we had a chicken spiedie sandwich at the turn that was excellent.

In summary, an excellent course, fairly reasonably priced given the quality of the course, with friendly people.

Reviewed January 01, 2011

Reviewed December 16, 2008

A nice course that can play tough....A bit pricey for what you get....not as nice as it used to be....there are better courses to be played in triple cities area

Reviewed August 14, 2008

I enjoyed the course. The greens were in great condition but the bugs made it less enjoyable. Luckily I had bug spray with me which made the experience better. Very nice course, I'll be back again.

Reviewed July 14, 2008

beautiful course, they bugs made it unplayable....there were bugs on every hole, i felt like jabba against the indians....i would never play there again. the staff there also said it is always like that....bugs so bad that you could not stand over your ball.

Reviewed February 22, 2008

a semi-difficult, must play course

Reviewed September 28, 2007

Fun to play from the perspective that this was a PGA stop at one time, (now a Senior's tour stop), so it is novel to play where the pro's play, as they are fond of saying. Challenging to a degree, but signs of a tough, dry summer made this track seem to play shorter with hardpan even in the fairways, so drives and fairway woods ran further than expected for a course in the Northeast. Clearly En-Joie is still recovering from the flood, and there were plenty of red flag areas for what looks like either new drainage or possibly new irrigation which could further aid the improvements to this course. New landscaping elements around water hazards and other areas add to the recovery look/feel. The mature trees are penal if you stray too far off the fairway, sand quality in the bunkers was good/new. The staff was courteous and attentive, but there was something missing that really raised some eyebrows in our group. We were surprised with the slow play and lack of any sign of a marshall to keep things moving. This was coupled with MANY un-raked bunkers an overall lack of formality on the course: no starter on the first tee and many players in jeans and t-shirts, cut offs and sandals. I'm not saying I expected this to be like Augusta, it IS a public course. However, I know for a fact that 15-20 years ago En-Joie was one of the crown jewel courses of the triple cities, and that these types of management or policy issues were NEVER an issue. Despite the pace of play and recovery condition of the course, we had a slightly above average "en-joie-able" experience, though I won't return until I know the course if fully recovered/better managed. Perhaps the @$!*%'s Open will infuse the course with the money to enable these types of improvements.

Reviewed April 25, 2007

En-Joie golf course

Another "must play" if you are in the Binghamton area. En-Joie is the former site of the B.C. Open and will host it's first ever Champions Tour event this July (07')-The Dick's Sporting Goods Open. En-Joie is a very well manicured track with a lot of history. It's seen some tough times the last couple of years with the loss of the B.C. Open, back to back years of catastrophic flooding, and a somewhat shady takeover in management by the Village of Endicott. Yet the course has weathered the storm, and is due to open again this spring. En-Joie is very flat, as local tracks go, and bordered on two sides by the Susquehanna river. You'll find sand, water, and trees to capture errant tee shots. As a whole, the fairways are neither tight, nor wide. The course does play pretty long if your driver isn't in gear though. En-Joie is worth the money, but there are discounts out there. Just ask the locals.


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  • Latest Scores
  • Overall
Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
1 Thomas M. 11 81 68 07/12/18
2 WILLIAM B. 16 85 69 10/17/07
3 Eric P. 31 106 75 09/14/10
4 Marty M. 1 76 75 08/01/08
5 Jake A. 8 83 75 10/25/14
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Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
1 Thomas M. 11 81 68 07/12/18
1 Thomas M. N/A 91 78 07/26/17
2 WILLIAM B. 16 93 77 06/24/17
1 Thomas M. N/A 83 72 08/13/15
1 Thomas M. N/A 91 79 07/07/15

Golf Course Information

About En-Joie

En-Joie Golf Club

Golf Only facility

Managed by County of Broome Parks & Recreation

16 tees driving range

18 regulation holes

Awards at En-Joie

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Course Staff

Michael Deuel, PGA, Director of Golf
Anthony Chapman, Superintendent