Nestled halfway between Saranac Lake and Lake Placid in Ray Brook, the Saranac Lake Golf Club is a challenging, fair and fun test for any level golfer. The 2,995 yard, par 36 layout has a course rating of 67 when factored on two 9-hole circuits from the white tees. But don't be deceived by its relatively short track, as there are rolling fairways, gullies, hills, and elevated greens to negotiate as well as the signature creek that crosses 5 holes and protects 2 greens.
In addition to an enjoyable round of golf, you'll marvel at some spectacular Adirondack scenery as the course borders on the Saranac Lakes Wild Forest Area. You'll find towering white pines with views of Scarface Mountain and the smaller Big Burn, Little Burn and Hennessy Mountains. Birds of prey are frequently seen soaring overhead. Complete your round with a visit to the Clubhouse bar and banquet hall with panoramic views of the mountains, woods and golf course.