The St. Lawrence University Golf Course is a little over an hour north of Watertown, 10 minutes south of Pottsdam in Canton. The course is part of the University, but is open for public play. The original nine holes here were built in the mid-1920's, designed by Devereux Emmet, the second nine by Geoffrey Cornish. It's a classic, parkland style of layout with tree lined fairways, somewhat small greens, and a good mix of interesting and challenging holes. It's 6,700 yards from the tips, 6,200 yards from the White tees, or as short as 5,000 from the front tees. It's routed over flat land and is an easy course to walk, and was very enjoyable to play. Conditioning was good, the rates were low, now only if the summer lasted longer up here!