Malone Golf Club has two 18 hole courses with a history of golf course architects involved with the layouts, and is located in the northern New York/southern Ontario/Quebec region north of the Adirondack's. Willard Wilkinson and Donald Ross designed the first nine of the East Course in the 1930's, Albert Murray expanded it to 18 holes, then Robert Trent Jones Sr. added the West course by using holes from the original East.
The East Course has rolling hills with good elevation change throughout and tree lined fairways. The West, a shot maker's layout is tighter and less forgiving with water in play on nine holes, and well bunkered both along the landing zones and greenside. Both courses play to around 6,500 yards from the tips with 124/125 slopes and a variety of shorter tees.
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