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FORE Westchester

Golf in Westchester County has a national history like no other. It’s the home to famed Winged Foot Golf Club in Mamaroneck and its two courses designed by legendary architect A.W. Tillinghast, hosting five U.S. Opens, the 1997 PGA Championship, two U.S. Women’s Opens, a U.S. Senior Open and two U.S. Amateur Championships.

Perhaps the best course in the world? “That may be, but there is quite a golf course down the street,” said Jack Nicklaus, the all-time leader in major titles with 18, referring to another Tillighast gem, Quaker Ridge Golf Club in Scarsdale. Other celebrated courses brand Westchester County as a golfing paradise, including longtime Westchester Classic and Buick Classic host Westchester Country Club in Rye; site of the famous 38-hole final match in the 1923 PGA Championship between legends Gene Sarazen and Walter Hagen at the Pelham Country Club and; of course, the oldest golf club in America is embraced in Westchester County at St. Andrews Golf Club in Hastings-on-Hudson.

Today, Westchester County continues to provide excellence, including a strong commitment to public play.

The six Westchester County-managed courses include: Dunwoodie Golf Course with its dramatic topography and steep slopes; picturesque Hudson Hills Golf Course, known for its grand vistas; historic Maple Moor Golf Course named for its many maple trees; recently renovated Mohansic Golf Course; Saxon Woods Golf Course with its rolling, wooded landscape; and the long and narrow Sprain Lake Golf Course.

Within this county you’ll find New York’s only Pete Dye design, Pound Ridge Golf Club. This offers all the modern challenges one would expect to encounter when teeing it up on a Dye classic. Pound Ridge Golf Club is considered a bucket list must for the serious golfer.

Westchester County residents – from all levels of playing ability – understand firsthand this sport is truly a way of life to the area.

Golf tourism is a staple to this county’s livelihood. Since the pandemic business leaders network more and more outside the office. What better way to meet people and do business than on these magnificent fairways and pristine greens located throughout Westchester County.  

One hundred years have come and gone since some of those historic courses and legends were created. Westchester County is creating more extraordinary history as it continues onward as a leader in the golfing industry. 

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Driving Ranges

Dunwoodie Golf Course
Wasylenko Ln., Yonkers
Tel: (914) 231-3490

Mohansic Golf Course
Baldwin Rd., Yorktown Heights
Tel: (914) 862-5283

Sports Underdome
657 Garden Ave., Mount Vernon
Tel: (914) 663-2323
Indoor golf facility and playing fields.

Sprain Lake Golf Course
Grassy Sprain Rd., Yonkers
Tel: (914) 231-3481

Game on Golf Center
701 Dobbs Ferry Rd., White Plains
Tel: (914) 592-6553 Year-round golf featuring Toptracer ball tracking technology. Ten covered mats for all weather.  Seventy-five lighted tees. PGA teaching pros. Grass tee area.  Private short game area.

Yorktown Golf and Baseball Center
2710 Lexington Ave., Mohegan Lake
Tel: (914) 526-8337
Two-tier, 36-stall, heated practice tees. PGA teaching pros. Pro shop, baseball batting cages.

Miniature Golf

Playland Park
Playland Pkwy., Rye
Tel: (914) 813-7010

Saxon Woods Park
Mamaroneck Ave., White Plains
Tel: (914) 381-4843

Tibbetts Brook Park
Midland Ave., Yonkers
Tel: (914) 557-5046

Yorktown Golf and Baseball Center
2710 Lexington Ave., Mohegan Lake
Tel: (914) 526-8337