This is a photo of the large elm tree that used to reside to the north of our ninth green and dominated the entrance way to the club off Route 89.
The tree was removed in the early 1970’s.
Special thanks to Henry Cerep for providing the photo.
The summer of 2018 was off to an incredible start at Seneca Falls Country Club with great weather and awesome conditions courtesy of our head superintendent Kevin Lynch and his staff. Check out these images from out on the course in June and early July. Call 315-568-5202 to reserve your tee time or book your … Read morePHOTOS: Early Summer 2018 at SFCC
The historic SFCC Invitational 2-Man Best Ball Championship returns to Seneca Falls Country Club this summer on the last weekend of August. The event will feature our world-famous steak sandwiches (all-you-can-eat) and two days of great golf on Saturday, August 25th and Sunday, August 26th. The event will be flighted after Saturday’s round with the … Read moreSFCC Invitational – Sign-Ups Open!
The Spring of 2018 was a wet and cold one which meant the local golf season was off to a late start. Once the month of May got underway we saw improvement and by mid-month the course here at SFCC was in fantastic shape. Check out a few photos from May at the club below … Read morePHOTOS: May 2018 at SFCC
The 77th annual Seneca Falls Country Club Championship matches were held over Labor Day weekend. The Men’s title was won by Jim Panek who defeated Steve Hyde 4&3 in the 36-hole Labor Day final. The women’s title was won by Trish Rosata who defeated Sarah Ferrara 2 up on 18 and Dan Pletcher defeated John … Read more77th Annual SFCC Club Championship
On Saturday, August 5th, Seneca Falls Country Club visited Silver Creek GC for the annual Canal Cup matches between both clubs. The matches came down to the final hole with SFCC’s Mark Hylwa and his partner, Captain Ben Wong, defeating Mike Burdsall and Captain Jeff Kapps to even the overall point total at 6 apiece. … Read moreSFCC retains the Canal Cup for 14th consecutive year
In October of 1999 our long standing clubhouse was destroyed by a fire. We were fortunate enough to rebuild in only one year and our 2001 season was hallmarked by the Grand Opening of our new facility. Because of the construction, hole #10 was rerouted to play as a dog-leg right and the tee was … Read moreSFCC Clubhouse Fire of 1999