Seneca Falls CC is on Cayuga Lake, between Geneva and Auburn on the east side of Seneca Falls. It's an old layout from the 1920's, the original nine designed by William Noble, the second nine added in the mid-1960's. Private club atmosphere and conditions, but fortunately open to the public. A little expensive, especially on the weekends, but a delight to play. It's a stout test from the back tees at 6,500 yards, with a 70.9 course rating and 121 slope. The layout is routed over rolling hills with trees lining the fairways, some just scattered where the errant tee ball is recoverable, others through dense forest. Little water and sand, just a straightforward layout with small, quick greens, and a tough collection of par 3's. The back 9 has a little bit more personality since it''s set back in to the woods, # 11 is a quirky hole and #17 is a beast of a par 4. My only negative about Seneca Falls it would be the lack of views of Cayuga Lake, save for the 9th green and 10th tee, you'd never know you're right near the Lake. Nice clubhouse, good restaurant, excellent service throughout our day.