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What is now the Orchard Park Country Club golf course, was originally owned and operated as The Park Country Club of Buffalo. The course was designed in 1916 by renowned architect Walter J. Travis. His storied golfing career (including 3 United States and 1 British Amateur Championship) was only further accoladed by his distinguished course design of 67 courses with recognizable names like Westchester CC and The Garden City Golf Club. In 1946, the Orchard Park Country Club was founded, with both the course and the club operating under that name for over the past 75+ years. The Orchard Park Country Club is a proud member of the Walter J. Travis Society.

In the mid 90’s, Brian Ault created an impressively modernized practice facility highlighted by a plethora of teeing ground for OPCC members. Holes 17 and 18 were removed to create this space; holes 5, 6 and 12 and 13 were either newly created or redesigned around the picturesque quarry pond.

Golf at OPCC

The Orchard Park Country Club layout is known for varying shaped greens, a premium on shot placement and greenside shot-making.

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Practice Facilities

The practice facility is centrally located and easily accessible for golfing members and for guests on the day of play. The driving range runs parallel to the first hole, approximately 50 yards from the clubhouse. The Titleist range balls are provided complimentary, and the outside staff team will replenish the golf balls frequently.

The landing area of the driving range has 8 targets, ranging from 35 to 220 yards. The two tee decks are extremely generous in size (29,000 square feet), which means you will have fresh grass from which to hit each day.

There are two practice greens for your use. The green near the golf shop is intended for putting practice; the green nearest the driving range is primarily designed for greenside chipping and pitch shots. A tightly mown chipping area allows for your practice to simulate the fine OPCC course conditions. Putting is permitted on this green when others are not present.

Golf Outings

OPCC looks forward to hosting your next golf outing at our 18-hole Walter Travis designed course. We offer three different tiered golf outing packages, which allow outings to select which package best fits their group’s needs. We know that the ability to customize your golf outing to fit your event is important, so there is also a selection of food & beverage add-on items to assist in making your golf outing truly special. We look forward to assisting you with your corporate or philanthropic event!

For information, please reach out to our Events Manager, Jamie Ball at [email protected]

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Only soft spikes are allowed. Open toe shoes, flip flops and sandals are not to be worn on the golf practice facility or golf course.
Men are required to wear a collared shirt, with sleeves, that is tucked in. Hats are to be worn facing forward. Gym shorts, tennis shorts, jogging shorts or short-shorts are not permitted. T-shirts, denim of any kind are not permitted. Golf shorts should be of an appropriate and respectable length. Hoodies are permitted only if they are sold with the OPCC logo or a small logo from another club. 
Ladies may wear golf shirts with a collar, golf shirts without a collar but with sleeves. A woman's golf shirt may be untucked providing it is within two inches beneath the belt line. Skirts, skorts, dresses, slacks or capris are permitted with the understanding they will be of an appropriate and respectful length. Gym shorts, tennis shorts, jogging shorts or short-shorts are not permitted. T-shirts, denim of any kind are not permitted. Hoodies are permitted only if they are sold with the OPCC logo or small logo from another club.
Junior golfers are required to follow the dress code requirements as outlined above.
Upon request, a guest locker is available for the day, pending availability. The shower facility is also available to member-hosted guests on the day of play.
Cellular phones should be placed on vibrate mode when on the course or practice range. Other electronic devices should be used in a manner that does not cause a distraction to others.
It should be the goal of all players to complete an 18 hole round in four hours or less. It is the responsibility of each player in the group to keep pace with the group ahead. Stopping for lunch or for a period more than 5 minutes will cause players to lose their turn on the 10th tee. When a group has not lost a clear hole, but it is apparent that the group behind can play faster, it should invite the faster moving group to play through.
For your convenience, a bag drop is located near the golf shop and 1st tee. Feel free to leave your clubs with a uniformed outside staff attendant prior to parking.

Golf Shop Contact Information

It is the pleasure of the Orchard Park Country Club golf shop team to serve you during your OPCC experience. You can expect friendly, knowledgeable team members who warmly combine hospitality and golf knowledge for you and your guests. Golf shop purchases, lessons and club fitting are available to both OPCC members and non-members.

You may phone the golf shop 716-662-3458 or e-mail our professional team below:


Gary Occhino, PGA


Head Golf Professional


Kevin Johnson


Senior Assistant Golf Professional


Cameron Eddy


Assistant Golf Professional


Logan Pfister


Junior Assistant Golf Professional

Golf Shop Hours of Operation

January – February Closed
March Wednesday—Saturday
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
 April Tuesday—Sunday
10:00 am - 5:00 pm
 May - August Tuesday—Friday
8:00 am - 6:00 pm

7:00 am - 6:00 pm
September - October Tuesday—Friday
9:00 am - 5:00 pm

8:00 am - 5:00 pm
November - December Wednesday—Saturday
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Monday Hours May through September 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm
All hours are weather permitting