Our members enjoy a challenging, fun golf course. The greens are among the finest in Central New York and our five sets of tees will test players of all abilities. There is also a putting green, driving range and practice area to sharpen your game.
Beaver Meadows has several membership categories; family and single golf with price breaks given for juniors and seniors. In addition, we have pool and social memberships that include a few rounds of golf as well as two levels of corporate memberships. Come see why we think Beaver Meadows is the best kept secret in Central New York.
For membership information contact Aaron Brushingham Director/Membership at 315-382-8042 firstname.lastname@example.org
or call the pro shop from April - November at 315-695-5187 ext 10.
Golf Course Superintendent
Ash has been involved in the golf course industry for 20 years. Ash's golf course career started in Saranac Lake where he worked for Tony Barnes on the grounds crew. Ash has worked his way up from the grounds crew, irrigation specialist, Assistant Superintendent to Superintendent. Before becoming the Beaver Meadows Superintendent at the end of 2014, he previously held positions as Superintendent at Foxfire at Village Green Golf Course, Liverpool Golf & Public Country Club and the former Club at Caughdenoy Creek. He is a member of the Golf Course Superintendents Association of America (CGSAA) and currently serves as the President of the Central New York Chapter of GCSA. He has been very successful in creating outstanding course conditions for our members as well as engaging in and overseeing numerous course projects and renovations. Ash's vision, strong work ethic and hands on approach to management has led him to where he is today. Ash has been married to his wife Brandi for 20 years and resides in Syracuse with his wife and their dog Finley. When Ash is not at the golf course, he enjoys spending time with his family and friends, cheering on SU Basketball and hitting the slopes in Vermont or at Gore Mountain where he is an avid snowboarder.
|Wednesday 10||Masters Party|
|Sunday 19||Opening Breakfast Tournament (Mens/Ladies)|
|Saturday 01 - Sunday 02||Men's Member-Member|
|Friday 07||Men's Stag Day - Cigar Theme|
|Tuesday 18||Men's Senior Member-Guest|
|Wednesday 19 - Wednesday 19||Men's Senior Member-Guest - 2nd Round|
|Saturday 22||Women's Member-Member|
|Saturday 29 - Saturday 29||Saturday Sweeps 6/29|
|Sunday 30||The Sixes Tournament - Tee Times|
|Wednesday 10||Ladies District Tournament|
|Saturday 20 - Saturday 20||Women's Solheim Cup|
|Sunday 21 - Sunday 21||Women's Solheim Cup|
|Thursday 25 - Thursday 25||Men's Member-Guest - Day 1|
|Thursday 25 - Saturday 27||Men's Member-Guest|
|Friday 26 - Friday 26||Men's Member-Guest - Day 2|
|Saturday 27 - Saturday 27||Men's Member-Guest - Day 3|
|Wednesday 31 - Wednesday 31||Ladies 9-hole Member-Guest|
|Saturday 03 - Saturday 03||Ladies/Senior Club Championship|
|Sunday 04 - Sunday 04||Ladies/Senior Club Championship|
|Friday 09||Men's Stag Day - Clambake|
|Saturday 10 - Saturday 10||Solheim Cup|
|Saturday 10 - Saturday 10||Super Appreciation Day|
|Sunday 11||Annual Fishing Derby|
|Sunday 11 - Sunday 11||Solheim Cup|
|Saturday 17 - Sunday 18||Mens Club Championship|
|Sunday 18 - Sunday 18||Mens Club Championship|
|Saturday 24 - Saturday 24||Pro Appreciation Day|
|Sunday 25||SDGA Senior Best Ball|
|Monday 26||SDGA Senior Best Ball|
|Tuesday 27 - Tuesday 27||Phoenix High School Match|
|Thursday 29 - Thursday 29||Phoenix High School Match|
|Friday 30 - Friday 30||Phoenix High School Match|
|Saturday 31 - Saturday 31||Fall Member-Member - Day 1|
|Sunday 01 - Sunday 01||Fall Member-Member - Day 2|
|Sunday 01 - Sunday 01||Fall Member-Member - Day 2|
|Tuesday 03 - Tuesday 03||Phoenix High School Match|
|Friday 06||Mens Stag Day|
|Saturday 07 - Sunday 08||Beaver Cup - Tee Times|
|Saturday 07||Beaver Cup - Alternate Shots - Tee Times|
|Tuesday 10 - Tuesday 10||Phoenix High School Match|
|Tuesday 10 - Tuesday 10||CPCU Outing|
|Wednesday 11 - Wednesday 11||Upstate Biometrics & BACO Controls Pro-Member|
|Sunday 15||Couples Year End Tournament|
|Monday 16 - Monday 16||Phoenix High School Match|
|Wednesday 18 - Wednesday 18||Phoenix High School Match|
|Friday 20 - Friday 20||Phoenix High School Match|
|Friday 20 - Friday 20||Frarer Micro|
|Monday 23 - Monday 23||Phoenix High School Match|
|Monday 23 - Monday 23||Silvia Micro|
|Saturday 28 - Saturday 28||Ryder Cup|
|Sunday 29 - Sunday 29||Ryder Cup|
|Friday 11||Mens Stag Day|
|Sunday 10||Closing Scramble|
|Tuesday 26 - Tuesday 26||Jerry Frare - Micro - reverse shotgun|
|Monday 13 - Monday 13||APWA|
Beaver Meadows has select dates available for outside tournaments to be held at the course. If you are interested in having a tournament at Beaver Meadows please contact our Tournament Director Brian Evans at email@example.com
With 5 sets of tee boxes and a Par 72 layout, Beaver Meadows can play anywhere from 5,000 yards to over 6,800 yards. Whatever skill level you are we have a tee box for you to have fun and be challenged. Since opening in 1965 the course has seen numerous changes and renovations, most recently a tree management program to remove unhealthy trees and provide more airflow to the course as well as a complete bunker renovation project. Beaver Meadows is best known for its plush fairways (bent grass) and fast and well maintained greens (poa annua).
We offer individual golf lessons from our professional staff as well as various teaching clinics throughout the summer and a junior golf program. For more information please contact Ryan in the Pro Shop.
We have the latest from Titleist, Ping, Taylor Made, Greg Norman, Nike, Under Armour and Foot Joy. If we don't have it in stock, we can order it for you. In addition to clubs and apparel, we also offer custom fittings, club and grip repair, cart storage and special orders.
Head Golf Professional
Ryan joined Beaver Meadows as an assistant professional in 2013. Ryan is currently a Level 3 PGA Apprentice in pursuit of becoming a Class-A PGA Professional. Ryan grew up in Bainbridge, NY, and developed a passion and love for the game at a young age. He went on to play collegiate golf at SUNY Oswego where he studied journalism and athletic coaching. In his spare time, Ryan enjoys fishing, hiking and hunting. He is also an avid snowboarder. Ryan is a weekly participant in local CNYPGA Section events.
Assistant Golf Professional
James joined the professional golf staff in 2016. Before Beaver Meadows, James worked at several CNY golf clubs in both maintenance and golf operations. James grew up in Bainbridge, NY and attended SUNY Delhi where he earned a bachelor's degree in Turfgrass Management. He is currently in the process of obtaining Class-A PGA membership through the PGA Associate Program. In his spare time, James enjoys mountain biking, snowboarding and spending time with family. James is also a frequent participant in CNYPGA events.
Our onsite restaurant,The Grotto Grille at Beaver Meadows, offers members a variety of delicious menu options served by friendly, experienced staff. Dine in our comfortable dining room, take in a warm summer evening on the deck or relax in the grill room.
The newly renovated grill and tap room offers a fully stocked bar with a full dining menu situated in a comfortable setting. If light and casual is your choice, skip the dining room and enjoy the three televisions in the grill room.
The large dining room features beautiful views and can seat up to 250 guests for small and large outings. The main deck and new patio area are accessible through the dining area. The dining room is available for members for nightly dining as well as banquets specializing in weddings, anniversary celebrations, birthday parties, graduations parties, retirement parties, etc.
Our snack bar is located next to the pro shop for golfers looking for food and drink to take on the course or grabbing something at the turn during their round. The menu is limited to quick and easy grilled food, chips, cookies, ice cream and both alcoholic and non alcoholic beverages.
Our large main deck offers comfortable seating off of the grill and dining rooms. Here you'll be able to take in views of the practice green and 10th hole while enjoying the weather. Food and beverage service from the grill room is available on the main deck.
The newly completed patio and back deck is located off of the dining room and overlooks the 18th finishing hole. The deck area will serve as a casual area with high top tables and the brick patio will have patio seating and a fire pit. Use this area for enjoying a beverage, the beautiful day/ evening or to watch players finishing their round.
The golf course and dining facilities are for club members. Outside events and banquets are available to non members based on availability and the approval of the club and restaurant. For clubhouse events please contact Brent and Nancy Irwin at 315-695-5187 extension 104 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Group and individual swim lessons are available. The pool can be used for special events and private parties.
Pool/Swim membership - includes full access to the pool and the clubhouse including the Pro Shop, snack bar and the restaurant (proper attire requested).
Social membership - includes access to the clubhouse and 4-18 hole golf passes that can be used whenever the course is available, along with use of the driving range. This membership comes with a $60 per month minimum requirement in the restaurant from April thru October.
Pool & Social membership - includes all of the above but with 5-18 hole golf passes.
For those that want to cool off, sit by a pool with the amenities of a private golf club look no further. There are three different types of memberships that can accommodate you and your family. A lifeguard is on staff during the normal pool hours of 11:00 am to 7:00 pm every day of the week.
Kids will be able to be part of a team, make new friends,improve their swimming and promote good sportsmanship all while having fun in the pool.
In the early 1960's, the original concept for what became Beaver Meadows Golf and Recreation Association began with Ted Lebro of Phoenix, NY. Ted was a real estate broker with his office at Fulton, NY, and was interested in developing about 50 acres of land he owned on the west side of the Oswego River at the intersection of County Route 46, State Route 48 and the Pinnacle Hill Road.
Soon, the idea of a golf course in the Oswego County area of Phoenix became firmly planted in the minds of a small group of people headed by John Harder. This was during the time that the United States Government was subsidizing farmland which was taken out of production. [read more]