Golf Courses in New York

Schuyler Meadows Club

(518) 785-8558

17 Schuyler Meadows Club Rd, Loudonville, NY 12211, United States

seven days a week

The Schuyler Meadows Club pays a lot of attention to history, as even its golf course was designed to mimic George Washington’s residency at Mount Vernon. The 6,900 yards layout was carefully designed by Devereux Emmet in 1927 (with some minor updates presented by Brian Silva and Bruce Hepner later… Read more…

Hollow Brook Golf Club

(914) 734-1500

1060 Oregon Rd E, Cortlandt, NY 10567, United States

8AM–6PM Tuesday - Sunday; Monday closed

The 18-hole golf course at Hollow Brook Golf Club takes a 250-acre territory of land and features a mountainous panoramic view from one side and meadows from the other – a perfect mix of challenge and aesthetical enjoyment when it comes to the game of golf here. Amateurs and professionals… Read more…

The Tuxedo Club

(845) 351-4543

1 W Lake Rd, Tuxedo Park, NY 10987, United States

9:30AM–8:30PM Sunday-Friday; 10AM–8:30PM Saturday

Sometimes everyone needs an opportunity to escape from the bustle of the big city – and The Tuxedo Club aims to provide just that, maintaining its status as “one of the most unique private clubs in the world”. The reasoning behind such exclusivity lies in the club’s deep involvement in… Read more…

Niagara Falls Country Club

716-282-1204

505 Mountain View Dr, Lewiston, NY 14092, United States

12 p.m. - 7 p.m. Monday; 7:30 a.m. - 7 p.m. Tuesday - Friday; 7 a.m. - 7 p.m. Saturday & Sunday

As you could have guessed already, the golf course at Niagara Falls Country Club sits near the famous landmark of the same name. The club uses this advantage wisely – even their official logo features thematically designed Niagara Escarpment. Established in 1901, currently, this private membership-owned club delivers family-oriented service…

The Golf Club of Purchase

(914) 328-5047

10 Country Club Dr, Purchase, NY 10577, United States

Nothing shouts of luxury as the fact that The Golf Club of Purchase has been repeatedly referred to as the place for game and recreation for the Wall Street “big shots”, according to the Business Insider magazine. And, by all means, this place doesn’t seek to draw attention, as even… Read more…