638 Dimmock Hill Rd,
Binghamton, New York 13905-6039
Dimmock Hill Golf Course is a Public, 18 hole golf course located in Binghamton, New York.
The original 9 hole course took 5 years to build and was opened on Memorial Day, 1975. The architect, builder and designer of the golf course is Michael Senio, an Endicott, New York native. The second 9 holes was added in 1996.
The 18 hole layout was carved out of a virgin hardwood forest and encompasses 139 acres of rolling landscapes. There are 5 ponds on the course, all of which are designed to capture and store surface water run-off. The largest pond (6 acres, 270,000 square feet, average depth of 8 feet), contains over 2 million gallons of clean irrigation water, which would be enough water to irrigate the golf course two hours a day for 180 consecutive days and still have an abundant supply remaining. The pond is designed so that, from a typical summer thunderstorm, any downpour will completely fill the pond, so they never run out of water even in the most arid of conditions.