New York

Top 100 Golf Courses - New York

Bethpage (Red)

41st New York - Best in Area

Second only to the 18 holes on the Black layout at the five-course Bethpage State Park complex, the Red course is known to some as “Baby Black,” giving ample indication of the challenge that awaits here.

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Silo Ridge

42nd New York - Best in Area

The course at Silo Ridge Field Club started out in 1992 as the private Segalla Country Club. It then morphed into Island Green before being refashioned by Tom Fazio in 2016.

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Tuegega

43rd New York - Best in Area

It’s said that course architect Donald Ross accomplished his first hole in one when playing the short 7th hole at Tuegega Country Club, shortly after he designed the Lake Delta layout in 1921.

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Pound Ridge

44th New York - Best in Area

It took more than ten years from conception to delivery but seasoned commentators will tell you that Pete and Perry Dye’s course at Pound Ridge Golf Club was well worth the decade-long gestation period.

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Glen Oaks Club (White & Blue)

45th New York - Best in Area

The White and Blue nines form the course of first choice at Glen Oaks Club, a 1971 Joe Finger creation. Joel Weiman of McDonald Design Group recently renovated all twenty-seven holes, with trees removed and bunkers rationalized.

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Huntington

46th New York - Best in Area

Devereux Emmet designed the Huntington Country Club course back in 1911. It’s been altered since then (including Emmet again in 1928) but there’s still enough character left to set it apart from many others in the area.

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Park Country Club

47th New York - Best in Area

Host to the 1934 PGA Championship, Park Country Club in Williamsville is a C.H. Alison layout. Ian Andrews recently removed trees, improved grassing lines and upgraded bunkers, modifying some and restoring others.

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Sands Point

48th New York - Best in Area

Sands Point Golf Club was formed in 1928, when A. W. Tillinghast was invited to modify an existing 9-hole layout and construct another nine. Despite many alterations, Tilly’s trademark deep greenside bunkers survive.

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Old Oaks

49th New York - Best in Area

Old Oaks Country Club was founded in 1936 with the merger of Oak Ridge and Purchase Country Club. Despite losing a third of A. W. Tillinghast’s original 27-hole layout to road construction, 18 of the old master’s holes endure.

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Turning Stone (Atunyote)

50th New York - Best in Area

The longest of three 18-hole layouts at the Turning Stone Resort, Tom Fazio’s Atunyote golf course extends to 7,315 yards from the back tees. It hosted the BC Open in 2006, the last time that particular PGA Tour event was played before the introduction of the FedEx Cup.

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Leaderboard

Rank Name Courses reviewed
1 M. James Ward Courses Reviewed 32
2 Fergal O'Leary Courses Reviewed 20
3 John Sabino Courses Reviewed 18
4 David Davis Courses Reviewed 11
5 Larry Berle Courses Reviewed 10
6 Javier Pintos Courses Reviewed 8
7 Mac Plumart Courses Reviewed 5
8 michael nowacki Courses Reviewed 4
9 Joey Chase Courses Reviewed 4
10 john schick Courses Reviewed 4