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.
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 more
This picture is from a wedding around 1987 and includes a combined 24 club championships from seven different members… Back Row: Mark Hylwa, Jimmy Williams III, Doug Brown, Bert Serling, Mike Hryzak, Norm Deal, Steve Hyde In Front: Jim Sandlas, Paul Clark, Mike Burdsall CLUB HISTORY ARCHIVES:
Former club champion and longtime SFCC member Stu Miller set the initial course record at Seneca Falls Country Club when the course was first expanded to 18 holes. He scored a 5-under par 67 and needed just 24 putts to set the mark. Miller, while not known for his distance off the tee, was long … Read more
Below is a photo of the 1961 Seneca Falls Country Club Board of Directors prior to a meeting. 1961 Seneca Falls Country Club Board of Directors L to R: Sinibar Battaglia (rec. secretary), Coleman Connell, Jiggs Petrucci, Walter Odomirock, Bill Toner, Hank Prisbey, Stu Cudworth, Bill Helene, Phil Ryan, Let Custis, Philip Serling. CLUB HISTORY … Read more
Geneva Times Covers SFCC Club Championships of 1959 & 1969 between Stu Miller and Jiggs Petrucci. Interesting to note the player’s caddies in the 1959 photo… CLUB HISTORY ARCHIVES:
The two photos below depict longtime SFCC members while in attendance at Sylvania golf outings in Pennsylvania (circa 1965-70) Left to Right: Lou Hylwa, Siggy Wirth, John Stetz, Andy Ryck Left to Right: Red Rumsey, Dick Gillespie, Ken Watkins, Siggy Wirth CLUB HISTORY ARCHIVES:
A press clipping from the 1936 Seneca Falls Country Club Caddy Tournament… CLUB HISTORY ARCHIVES: