welcome to pinewood

We’re open year-round for Friday night dinners and can accommodate banquets with 50 to 115 guests!

Pinewood Country Club is a semi-private, family-owned business in Ogden, New York. Our 9-hole golf course is both challenging and scenic. We accommodate open play leagues and golf tournaments for groups of all sizes. Our facility offers a full-service Pro Shop and a fully air conditioned, handicap accessible clubhouse. Our dining room overlooks the picturesque golf course, deck, and gazebo. More about Pinewood >>

(585) 352-5314
1189 Ogden Parma Town Line Road
Spencerport, NY 14559-9517

the front three…

first hole

The first hole is a 418-yard par 4 with a generous fairway guarded by a creek on the left and some scattered trees and out-of-bounds to the right.  Mougels surround the fairly large green that slopes forward.

second hole

A blind tee shot over the hill, 352 yards on this par 4, leaves a clean second shot to a long, narrow hourglass green.

third hole

A 218-yard par 3 all up-hill, with a sand trap to the left, a slightly crowned large green generally makes for long putts.

the middle three…

fourth hole

This 300-yard par 4 has a wide fairway that narrows as you approach the green; trees on both sides await wayward shots.

fifth hole

This 410-yard par 4 has out-of-bounds on the left and your second shot to the green must pass through a chute with tree to the right and out-of-bounds to the left.

sixth hole

This par 4, straight hole is an over-the-hill shot to a clear fairway 175 yards from the tee.  Trees to both right and left must be avoided.

 the back three…

seventh hole

A 171-yard par 3 with a very large green guarded by a pond in front and trees to the left and right.

eighth hole

This fairly short par 4 has a large clear fairway and some pine trees to the right. Two small ponds guard the approach on the left and right front.

ninth hole

This 486-yard par 5 has out-of-bounds on the right with trees on the left. The dog leg left usually is your third shot to a large green.  A creek at the dog leg retrieves many balls for those who don’t practice course management. A small sand trap guards the left of the green.