last updated 12/09/2017





Celebrating 40 Years of Service!!


Scott Pieper was honored Monday at the Annual Club Meeting in recognition of his outstanding service and dedication over the past 40 years.  His hard work and commitment created the top notch golf course we enjoy playing today!


Many thanks Scott from the Membership and the Board!!!


Pictured with Scott is his wife Nell and son Doug.





Lockport Golf and Recreation Club Policy


The Lockport Golf and Recreation Club is owned and operated by the Membership of the club for the exclusive use of the members and their guests.   Each year, at the end of the golf season, on a date determined by the club General Manager, the facility of the Lockport Golf and Recreation Club is closed for the season.  It remains closed until, on a date determined by the club General Manager, it is deemed playable and the “COURSE CLOSED FOR THE SEASON” signs are taken down.


During the time that the course is closed for the season, any unauthorized person who willfully comes onto the property south of the main parking lot will be considered a trespasser and will be turned over to proper authorities for prosecution.




Approved 2/21/17






Frost and/or Freeze Rules


Please be aware that the usual rule applies that when there is a frost or freeze, the course will remain closed until the frost or freeze lifts. Remember that frost can occur at temperatures above freezing, sometimes as high as the low 40’s if conditions are right. Please make your golfing plans accordingly.

Thank you,

Scott Pieper


Lockport Golf Club




Golf Tip

by Brett Thomas


Drill for a Stable Base
To practice feeling centered during the golf swing.  Take your normal stance and wedge a golf ball under the outside of each foot causing your feet to pitch inward.  Your lower body will stay in place as your upper body rotates back and through without much lateral movement.
Staying centered is crucial key for good contact and consistency.
I like to think I am swinging in a phone booth. It is the only way I can draw the ball.


Good luck !!
See you on the course!


CDGA -How to Repair a Ball Mark!

Click below to view a video of the proper way to repair a ball mark on the green.

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CDGA Handicaps and Equitable Stroke Control

Many of you know what Equitable Stroke Control or ESC is, but it is questions asked very often. ESC is the downward adjustment of individual hole scores for handicap purposes in order to make handicaps more representative of a player's potential scoring ability. ESC sets a maximum number that a player can post on any hole depending on the player's Course Handicap. It is used only when a player's actual or most likely score exceeds his maximum number based on the table below. There is no limit to the number of holes on which a player may adjust his or her score. Basically, we all occasionally have those holes where we seem to forget how to play this game, and ESC brings that score back to reality without allowing it to affect our handicap more than it should. The tables below show exactly how it works:

Course Handicap ESC Maximum

9 or less                 Double Bogey

10-19                      7

20-29                     8

30-39                     9

40 and above        10



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