New Member Open House
Saturday, January 22 at 10:00am


We are hosting a New Member Open House on Saturday, January 22 at 10:00am. There will be assorted pastries, muffins, coffee and juices provided. We encourage you to bring friends that you think would also enjoy Membership at Timber Banks! There will be a quick presentation, a time for Q&A and a tour of the clubhouse.

Please call to RSVP: (315) 635-8800

RSVP by December 8th to:

To Our Members,

First and foremost, we, the management and staff at Timber Banks, want to thank you for your support during the 2021 season.  The weather put a damper on the season at times, but in the end, we felt the year was a success and we hope you did as well.

As we head into 2022, we feel Timber Banks is moving in a very positive direction.  We will continue to make improvements to the property as we did in 2021.  The clearing of brush and trees on the course not only improved playability but also turf health and will continue in 2022. In addition, the clubhouse will be fully operational in the Spring.  Also, in 2022 you will have a better member experience when you arrive on property with the addition of club storage & cleaning service along with locker rooms for men and women.

Our membership rates for the 2022 season are listed below.  As a loyal member, you will receive a 10% discount off the current rate.  To receive this discount, you must sign up and pay between January 4th and February 28th, 2022.

If you have any questions, please feel free to email me at or call my office 315-635-8800 ext. 4.

Please Join Us!

Saturday, December 18th
Cocktails: 6PM
Dinner Stations: 7PM


Plus tax & gratuity.



Timber Banks Harvest Dinner
Paired with The Prisoner Wine Company
Wednesday, October 27, 2021, $130 pp

First Course

Honey Nut Squash Soup with Sea Scallop
amaretto cream, toasted almonds, local maple syrup

Second Course

Crispy Pumpkin Fritters
parmesan cheese, black truffle, fresh herbs


Apple Cider Granita

Third Course

Braised Angus Beef Short Ribs
truffled potato, roasted carrots, red wine reduction

Fourth Course

Buttermilk Panna Cotta
concord grape soup, meringue, candied pistachios

Locally Sourced
Herbs of Fabius

No Substitutions
Limited to 30 guests


Please RSVP to by October 21st

Timber Banks Clubhouse Opens this Summer!

We are so excited for its completion and for you to get to enjoy it.

We are growing here at Timber Banks, which means our team is growing! We are looking for fantastic individuals to join our team, we are hiring: Wait Staff, Bartenders, a Floral Designer, Production Team, Culinary Team, Dish Crew and Housekeeping. If you know of anyone who may be a good fit, please let them know about our Job Fair! Please also share with your friends on social media.

Job Fair

June 21, June 28 July 8 | 12PM-5PM & 6PM-8PM

Applications can be filled out on our website beforehand.



We are pleased to host a Titleist fitting event

that gives golfers access to high quality fittings!


Here’s what a golfer can expect to experience during their fitting:

A 45 minute fitting with a Titleist Product Specialist

Fitting conducted with an extensive matrix of Titleist metals, irons and wedges

Precision data from a Trackman ball flight monitor


Join us Wednesday, May 12th from 1PM-6PM to get fit for Titleist clubs

or have your product questions answered.



Shop our gift cards online or in the Pro Shop for the perfect Valentine’s Day gift.


Members, join us for our holiday pro shop sale happening NOW!

Golf Buddy AIM range finders

aimL10 Laser Range Finder for $179.95

reg. $299.95

aimW10 Watch for $179.95

reg. $299.95

aimV10 Voice for $79.95

reg. $149.95

Titleist Pro V1 golf balls for $39.99

reg. $48.00

Contour FLX gloves for $11.95

reg $15.95

Titleist Vokey Wedges for $119.95

reg. $159.95


All in stock TaylorMade and Titleist golf bags – $60 off!

All apparel and headwear – Buy 1 Get 1 FREE (equal or lesser value)


Come grab your golf gifts or treat yourself!

Sale valid for in-stock merchandise only.

The most intriguing grips in pro golf


A substantial subsection of the golf canon is devoted to romanticizing Ben Hogan and his technique. And that includes his grip, which is shown in the photograph shown above for Life Magazine in 1947—before he weakened it to stop hooking and went on to dominate golf through the mid-1950s.

Even with all of the changes in equipment, clothing, agronomy and, most of all, the ball, how the best players hold the club has stayed mostly within a familiar set of parameters. “There has always been debate about grips—should you be weak, strong or in the middle,” says top Arizona teacher Terry Rowles, who coaches Aaron Baddeley and Martin Trainer on the PGA Tour.
“But the span of grips has always been the same. Henry Cotton looks like Tiger Woods. The action item is how players match their grip with the way they release the club.”
A stroll back through history reveals Arnold Palmer (“The Grip,” Rowles calls him) with his weak right hand turned toward from the target, Johnny Miller with both of his hands set weak and Lee Trevino and David Duval (below), who both believed you couldn’t grip it strong enough, or turned away from the target.