Grover Cleveland Golf Course


3781 Main St, Buffalo, NY 14226

About Grover Cleveland Golf Course

The Grover Cleveland Golf Course, situated in Buffalo, New York, is a historic venue that holds the distinction of hosting the 1912 U.S. Open. Originally founded as The Country Club of Buffalo, this golf course is now a public facility managed by Erie County’s Department of Parks, Recreation & Forestry. It offers a par 69 layout that stretches over 5,621 yards, providing a blend of challenge and accessibility for golfers of various skill levels.

This 18-hole course is notable not only for its historical significance but also for its affordability, with rates as low as $18 for weekday play, making it one of the most budget-friendly U.S. Open courses available to the public. Despite its urban location, the course has received positive reviews for its overall condition and playability. However, some have noted that the scenic quality of the course can be affected by the proximity to a VA hospital.

In addition to its recreational offerings, Grover Cleveland Golf Course serves as the home course for the Buffalo Golf Club, further cementing its role within the local golf community. The course features a variety of hole designs and yardages, as detailed in its scorecard, which includes pars ranging from three to five and varying lengths that require strategic shot-making.

For those interested in golf history or simply looking for an affordable round, Grover Cleveland Golf Course represents a unique opportunity to experience a piece of golf’s past while enjoying a day on the links.

Amherst Location

3781 Main St, Buffalo, NY 14226