Edison Club is a Private, 27 hole golf facility located in Rexford, New York. The facility has three 9-hole courses. They are aptly named The First Nine, The Second Nine, and The Third Nine. They can be played alone or can be combined to form 3 different 18-hole golf course combinations. You most often see these Nines listed as three individual courses.
The Edison Club Nines were designed by Devereux Emmet and Geoffrey Cornish. The courses opened for play in 1927.
Draped across the rolling hills above the bluffs of the Mohawk River, these courses have small, fast greens. Their fairways are well defined by the many trees lining them, and water comes into play at least eight times on the courses. It’s a park-like setting, with many of the holes lined by thick stands of trees. With its risk/reward doglegged par-fours, sometimes reachable par-fives and formidable par-threes, this is a golf course that will both please your senses and challenge your game.
The First Nine at Edison:
Par-36, 3,295 yards, Slope: 127 / Rating: 36.1
The Second Nine at Edison:
Par-36, 3,206 yards, Slope: 130 / Rating: 35.7%u200B
The Third Nine at Edison:
Par-36, 3,433 yards, Slope: 132 / Rating: 36.8
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