Western New York's Premier Public Golf Course

Diamond Hawk is a true Western NY gem!  A picturesque par-72, 7,058 yard public course with country club quality.  Known for its stacked-sod bunkers, mix of doglegs and direction changes, spectacular greens and tree-lined winding design, Diamond Hawk is a course all golfers should experience.

Want to practice?

Diamond Hawk offers an 8-acre practice area with driving range, practice bunker, chipping area and a putting green.  Need lessons? – Two golf pros are on staff to help you be the best golfer you can be.

Diamond Hawk’s special features include:

  • 18-hole championship golf course
  • 5 sets of tees
  • Practice facility featuring driving range, chipping & putting greens and bunker
  • Professional Golf Instruction
  • Men’s and Women’s locker rooms
  • Brand new lithium golf carts
  • Par 72, 7,058 yards


Diamond Hawk Golf Course is one of the top Western New York public golf courses, opening in 2007 at a cost of over $10 million dollars.

A lot goes into maintaining such a beautiful course.  A staff of 10 to 15 people work daily on the course utilizing over $1,000,000 worth of mowers, tractors and equipment.   

Our Superintendent, Scott Dunbar, holds a degree in Turfgrass Management from Penn St. University and has earned the status of a Certified Golf Course Superintendent.

The condition of the course, besides being meticulously maintained, is irrigated with a computer monitored 1300 head 3 row sprinkler irrigation system and pump house as opposed to typical one-row systems found at most courses.

Our technicians work out of a 6,000 square foot building complete with a machine shop and fertilizer / fuel storage.

The greens are 100% sand (not many courses can say that) providing great drainage and high-quality play with smooth, consistent putting surfaces, and firm, fast conditions.

The turf is Bentgrass which is widely known as the best for our climate and is utilized by courses such as Augusta National.  It’s ideal as it allows balls to roll easily, with less resistance, for smooth, fast play.

Why do we do all this?  We love golf!

On The Green