The Hudson National Golf Club offers its guests a stay-and-play experience: after enjoying a round of golf with the majestic view over the Hudson River, you can move to the outdoor terrace of the clubhouse and spend time socializing and dining, all the while enjoying the scenery and the overall atmosphere of serenity.
The 18-hole course was designed by Tom Fazio and became available for the game back in 1996. It holds the title of the second-highest elevation in Westchester County. With 7101 yards of length from black tees, this course has a rating of 74.8 and a slope of 145. It may sound challenging, but players will certainly enjoy the general playability of the course combined with some remarkable views, which received many accolades from visitors.
Practice facilities are in operation at the club, and include an indoor golf simulator – with the help of teaching professionals even beginner-level players will be able to enhance every aspect of their game.
Bear in mind that the club is private and membership is required to attend: members gain access to all club’s facilities and are allowed to bring their guests along with them (fivesomes are allowed only with preliminary permission).
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