Chautauqua Golf Course 716-357-6211 or www.chqgolf.com. Celebrating a 100 year history in 2017, this club offers two lush 18 hole courses named "hill" or "lake". Senior Weekday Special | $31 Round of golf with cart from Monday to Friday. Available April 24–June 23. Must be 55 and older.
At CHQ you can expect a golf experience built on service and quality; a golf experience designed for challenge and the enjoyment of this great game; a golf experience mindful of the importance of environmental stewardship; and, with two four-star rated courses, a golf experience that offers real choice and variety. Legendary architects Seymour Dunn and Donald Ross left their legacy here. Hall of Famers from Ben Hogan to Sam Snead have walked these fairways. Statesmen, celebrities, and performers attending the world-renowned Chautauqua Institution have eagerly challenged our courses as well. We look forward to welcoming you to the Chautauqua Golf Club!
2020 Themes and Programming
Review the themes and programming for the 2020 Summer Assembly Season at Chautauqua here www.chq.org/2020 or click on the "INFO" button below. It won't be Chautauqua without you.
Public/Non-Members -- Book a Tee Time on the Hill Course
Click on the Info button below to book a tee time on the 18-hole Hill Course.
Xen Hassenplug, who also worked on both the Pittsburgh Field Club and Augusta National Golf Club, designed the scenic Hill Course. This layout features a commanding view of both Chautauqua Lake and the rolling hills of the surrounding countryside and rewards good shot placement. It also features tree-lined fairways, frequent dog legs and small but gently sloped greens.
Click on the Info button below to book a tee time at the 18-hole Lake Course.
Designed by the legendary golf architect Donald Ross and completed in 1924, the Lake Course is characterized by open tee shots and demanding approaches to small, often steeply sloped greens. Ross designed nearly 400 courses, many considered the standard of excellence for American golf architecture, including the famed Pinehurst Number 2.