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Course History

Established: 1969
Expanded to 18 holes: 1993 *

*TGC Board of Directors decided to expand course in the summer/fall of 1990. Construction of the second nine began in 1992.
Current Board of Directors: Edie Fulton (President), Rob Reakes, Deb McCardell, Alex Rachun, Nathan Scheer and Michael Snyder.

Dress Code

  • Trumansburg Golf Course provides a very relaxed and casual atmosphere.
  • TGC does not have a standard dress code, however, it encourages all golfers to wear casual golf attire.
  • TGC does discourage men from wearing tank tops, muscle shirts or jean shorts, and reserves the right to ask any golfer not wearing shoes or shirts to change into appropriate attire or be removed from the course.

In an effort to ensure quality conditions for all golfers, please wear only soft-spike shoes during play.

Pace of Play

In the interest of all, golfers are expected to play "ready golf". Nine-hole rounds taking longer than 2 hours, 15 minutes will be considered as moving too slow and management reserves the right to ask a group to speed-up its play or, kindly, let groups behind them through.
Exceptions can be made if a slow group is being courteous and letting faster groups play through ("it is fine to take your time as long as you're letting people by").

Golf Carts

When driving carts, especially when the course is wet, observe all course rules, especially by staying in the rough and at least 30 feet away from greens and tees (unless there's a cart path available).

Kid Golfers

Trumansburg Golf Course takes pride in being family friendly, so we encourage bringing young golfers (kids of any age) to play our course. All we ask is you are courteous of other golfers.
Ask for special rates for youth golfers when you visit the Pro Shop.

Important Personnel

Course Architect: Bob Tallman
Current Course Superintendent: Damon Reed
Current Golf Operations Manager: Jared Smith

Holes 1-9
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1
When it comes to challenges, TGC has plenty of them, including starting out on the longest 5-par on the course.
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2
This Par 3 features a tee shot from about 150-160 yards to an elevated green. The putting surface is protected by two bunkers.
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3
This Par 4 is one of the shortest of its kind on this course. Most golfers are forced to hit a fairwood or long iron off the tee.
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4
Maybe the most standard of the Par 4s in the TGC layout. A tree line separates this hole from Hole No. 5.
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5
This Par 5 is the biggest risk-reward hole at TGC. A straight tee shot gives a golfer a chance to go for green in two.
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6
Enjoy the most scenic tee shot at TGC. A Par 4 with a few quirks: a hazard is in play & a tree line separates it from Hole No. 3 on the left.
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7
The final Par 3 on the front side is the shortest of its kind at TGC, but don't let the size fool you.
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8
One of the easiest Par 4s at TGC. A good tee shot leads to a straight-forward approach shot from about 150-100 yards.
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9
The front side finishes with an average-length Par 4 with a testy tee shot, as out of bounds hugs the rough on the rightside, so stay left.

Holes 10-18
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10
A golfer's journey to the back nine begins with what is considered one of the easiest holes at TGC.
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11
This is one of TGC's quirkiest holes, as this Par 4 is short but features a sharp dog-leg to the right.
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12
Many who play TGC frequently consider this to be the course's signature hole. A challenging hole, but the view is nice.
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13
The second-longest hole at TGC, this Par 5 is reachable in two if the weather conditions are right. At the tee box, an up-hill shot.
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14
This short Par 4 is another hole golfers do not want to judge by length or handicap. A straight-forward tee shot isn't as it looks.
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15
The last Par 3 can play long when wind is blowing. Golfers stare down a mid- to long-iron shot, avoid a bunker short and right.
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16
TGC's final Par 5 tests all a golfer's skills. A driver off the tee to reach the fairway, which then makes a sharp dog-leg to the left.
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17
This is considered, maybe, the toughest Par 4 at TGC, as even a good tee shot still could be 180-150 yards away from the green.
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18
A golfer's TGC journey ends with a short Par 4, which features a blind tee shot to a fairway that dog-legs sharply to the left.


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