New York

Top 100 Golf Courses - New York

Apawamis

61st New York - Best in Area

Founded initially as a social organization in 1890, Willie Dunn Jr. laid out the course at the Apawamis Club in the early 1900s. Dunn served as the head professional at Westward Ho! and also designed the original course at Biarritz Le Phare with his brother Tom...

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Laurel Links

62nd New York - Best in Area

The 18th at Laurel Links Country Club was considered good enough to be included in the MGA’s “Modern Dream 18” holes. The rest of Kelly Blake Moran’s 2002 creation was also thought good enough to stage the 2017 Met Amateur Championship.

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Onondaga

63rd New York - Best in Area

The Onondaga Golf & Country Club course in Fayetteville was designed by Walter Travis in 1918, twenty years after the club’s foundation. Ian Andrews altered five holes on the front nine recently but most of the original architect’s work remains.

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Schuyler Meadows

64th New York - Best in Area

Despite being touched up by Brian Silva in 1985 and Bruce Hepner in 2010, Devereux Emmet’s 1927 Schuyler Meadows Club routing, which sits next-door to the campus of Siena College, remains largely intact. There’s even an old-fashioned yardage imbalance between the two sides.

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Saratoga National

65th New York - Best in Area

Laid out on a flat site, Roger Rulewich, a former associate of Robert Trent Jones, designed the course at Saratoga National Golf Club. With holes routed around wetlands, many forced tee shots are required.

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Hollow Brook

66th New York - Best in Area

A 9-hole Mungo Park course operated at Peekskill between the wars, but the course in play today at Hollow Brook Golf Club near the Catskill Aqueduct in the hamlet of Cortlandt Manor is a modern 2004 Eric Bergstol creation.

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The Tuxedo Club

67th New York - Best in Area

The New York State Thruway ended The Tuxedo Club’s original course, so the architect of the day (RTJ) was enlisted to create a new layout a couple of miles south of the original where Stephen Kay revised three holes in 1991.

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Niagara Falls

68th New York - Best in Area

A.W. Tillinghast laid out the course at the Niagara Falls Country Club at Lewiston (home of the Porter Cup) in 1919. The course has been altered down the years, first by Robert Trent Jones, then by Geoff Cornish and Brian Silva, before Tripp Davis was called in to rediscover the origins.

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Turning Stone (Atunyote)

69th 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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Golf Club of Purchase

70th New York - Best in Area

Listed by Business Insider as one of “The 12 Golf Courses Where Wall Street Big Shots Love To Play,” The Golf Club of Purchase is a 1996 Jack Nicklaus Signature layout that’s routed through woodland where wetlands also create challenge.

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New York Leaderboard

Rank Name Courses Played
1 James Gold Courses Played 72
2 Richard Levine Courses Played 68
3 Joseph Andriole Courses Played 67
4 M. James Ward Courses Played 63
5 Paul Rudovsky Courses Played 60
6 BAM Courses Played 55
7 James VanArsdall Courses Played 43
8 David Harak Courses Played 42
= Bill Vostniak Courses Played 42
10 Fergal O'Leary Courses Played 41