The 18-hole "Lyndon" course features 4,795 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 65. The course rating is 70 and it has a slope rating of 113 on Rye grass. Opened in 1920, Lyndon Golf Course is one of the oldest golf courses in Central New York. The first nine holes were designed by Onondaga Golf Club member David Campbell in 1907. It was built across the road from Onondaga on Earnest White’s property, making the Onondaga Golf Club into 18 holes. The club continued to lease the Lyndon nine up until 1930. The E.I White family expanded the course to its current par 68, eighteen-hole layout. Lyndon is a 71-acre course that provides a fun golf experience for players of all ages and abilities. The trademark features are the large grass berms on several holes as well as some of the most challenging par 3’s in the area. The pace of play average for 9 holes is approximately 90 minutes and 18 holes just under 3 hours. A great place for a quick round. Offering discount rates for seniors, juniors, and military service men and women.