A private club, you get what you pay for at Ontario. The course is kept in absolutely fantastic condition, and it is consistently ranked as one of the most difficult rounds in the Rochester area. Besides the course, they have a pool, a relatively well stocked pro shop, and a clubhouse which is fairly new. It isn't cheap but if you happen to catch it when they are offering a deal, you can't beat Ontario.
There are some fun holes at Winged Pheasant that make this course a joy to play. It all starts off with a par 5, with a bunker right in the middle of the fairway. The 5th hole is also fun, with a very narrow fairway and woods that completely block the slight dogleg left to the green until you're right up near it. The course is kept in good shape and the greens fees, restaurant, and pro shop are reasonably priced.
Durand Eastman offers a really cool round of golf for a very good price. It's only 15 or 16 dollars for 18 holes (more for carts)! And this course sure is a lot of fun. There are a ton of hills, which does make it a bit difficult to walk, but they add to the fun of the play. Because of the value, Durand Eastman does get a ton of play, and tends to get kinda ripped up from it all. But considering how many people really play it, I think the staff does a good job keeping it in fairly good shape.
Having never stayed at the resort, I can't comment of those facilities. However, I have played at the golf course and I must say that it is really a treat. This is a Bobby Jones design, and the course is great all around - its difficult, pleasing to the eye, and kept in very nice shape. One thing that sticks out in my memory were the bunkers - the were so perfectly white. Some greens here are very tough. All of this does come at a price though - 50 or 60 dollars for 18 holes with a cart, depending on the day you play.
Wayne Central is pretty standard for a school district. It's small compared to some of the others in the area - Webster is huge - but bigger than Williamson and some others; they have a little over 1000 students in the high school which is grades 9-12. There are good and bad teachers throughout the whole system, though that's most likely going to be the place at most every school. They just made a big addition onto the high school which includes a new wing, a new track, and lots of other improvements in the school facilities, in addition to the performing arts center which is still quite new. The sports teams, other than wrestling and girls volleyball, are quite average.
I am in awe of this course. The links-style of play, the hills, and the way this place is kept just blows me away. Reservior Creek is definitely one of my favorite courses, and it is a very challenging round. It doesn't get all that much play, or at least it doesn't show it. It is a steal at around $40 to ride for a round, and you will want to ride, or it is quite a hike.
Victor Hills is pretty much a phenomenon. It is just wild to have so many holes at one facility - 63 in all. There are 3 full size courses, all of which are challenging and fun to play, and then there is the fun little 9 hole executive course. It's kept in nice shape, even though all the courses get quite a bit of play. The price is reasonable, around 40 bucks to ride for a full round. The executive course is not as expensive.
Eagle Vale offers a round of challenging play on a nice course for a pretty reasonable price. It is kept in very nice shape, and there are some amazing holes. Eagle Vale has even been named an official Audubon Sanctuary, and is home to lots of wildlife. At peak hours the parking lot can get crowded, but it's not like you have to walk a half mile to get to the club house.
Webster Golf Club offers a whole lot in one place. There are two courses - the easier West course which gets a lot of play (and therefore isn't usually in very good shape), and the harder East course which is kept up well and offers a fun and challenging round. Besides the courses, they have a very nice driving range and a great banquet facility on the East side. Rounds are priced well, as are carts, and the staff is relatively friendly.
Midvale is really a gem. A Bobby Jones design, the entire course is challenging and beatiful. The staff is knowledgeable and friendly and they do a very good job at keeping up the course. The pro shop is quite well stocked and the prices aren't too bad, and greens fees are reasonable as well. The 9th hole is one of the fun ones, it is a par three that is so steeply sloped upwards you can't even see the surface of the green.