Putnam County Golf Course "Where Golf Meets the Scenic Beauty of the Lower Hudson Valley" A unique golfing experience awaits at Putnam County Golf Course located in the town of Mahopac, New York in Putnam County. This 18 hole championship course designed by William F. Mitchell offers patrons a challenging 6800 yard par 71 venue with spectacular vistas nestled within the scenic beauty of the Lower Hudson Valley. The daily fee course is open to the public and boasts 4 sets of tees to provide a player friendly atmosphere for all to enjoy. With its rolling hills and elevation changes, Putnam County Golf Course truly defines the landscape of golf in the Hudson Valley.
Hawk Pointe Golf Club is a premier lifestyle club located in scenic hills of northwest New Jersey. The Club offers Members and Guests a hospitable, relaxed atmosphere that provides championship golf, resort swimming pool, great tennis and multiple restaurant options. It is the perfect venue to relax with the family, entertain friends or conduct business.
Knob Hill is a semi-private golf club located in Manalapan, New Jersey. The club offers a rounded experience that includes a state-of-the-art, 18-hole course designed by Mark McCumber. Other features at Knob Hill include The Sycamore Grill Restaurant, open seven days a week for lunch and dinner; a full service pro shop; and a banquet room that seats approximately 175 people. The facility is utilized for various functions from business meetings and golf outings to weddings. The golf course at Knob Hill is open all year round.
Broadacres Golf Course at Orangetown is a 9 Hole golf course that is situated on 65 pristine acres in Southern Rockland County on the New York-New Jersey border. The location of the course makes it easily accessible for residents of both states and is only a 20 minute ride form midtown Manhattan. The golf course design offers dynamic elevation changes, undulating greens and narrow fairways surrounded by towering oaks trees. The course plays to a 9 hole regulation 3,138 yards and offers patrons the opportunity of an 18 hole experience from alternate tees for a total of 6,276 yards when played again.
St. Petersburg Country Club opened as Lakewood Country Club in 1924. Charles Hall was the developer of Lakewood Estates and Herbert Strong designed the golf course. The name was changed in May of 2000 to reflect that we are “The Club” of St. Petersburg and the only true private equity owned club in South Pinellas County. St. Petersburg Country Club is a well-rounded country club, offering its members all the amenities and facilities for enjoyable sporting and social activities such as golf, tennis, swimming, yoga, weight lifting, cardio, dances, parties, and much more!
The Club at Chatham Hills emerges—unlike any terrain familiar to Central Indiana.
Located in Westfield, Indiana, this land has been passed down for eight generations, originally purchased as a part of the Northwest Territory. Indiana’s beloved poet James Whitcomb Riley recited stories in fireside readings, children explored the creeks and hills, families farmed the fields, and memories have been made around fire pits tucked beneath the tree canopies. With its rolling hills, lush forests, trickling creeks and steep ravines and historic farmstead, it seems like a world away. But it’s been here all along. With quick access to Indianapolis’ main artery, US 31, just off the 191st street interchange, you can get here and there and go to and fro within minutes.
Not often can you find a 27 Hole Golf Facility that is easily accessible from three different states, Blue Hill Golf Course provides just that. The picturesque property with rolling terrain located adjacent to the Lake Tappan reservoir is conveniently located minutes from the Garden State and Palisades Parkway’s in the Pearl River section of Orangetown, New York in Southern Rockland County. Blue Hill sits on the New York/New Jersey border, only 20 minutes from midtown Manhattan and 40 minutes from Connecticut.
Spook Rock Golf Course was once selected as one of the Top 25 Public Golf Courses in the United States, by Golf Digest Magazine. Built on beautiful, rolling, parkland terrain, this course offers a varied layout of holes along narrow, tree-lined fairways. There are a number of doglegs, well-placed fairway bunkers and water on seven holes that make approaching the well-guarded greens a true test of your golfing skills. Both accuracy and distance control are at a premium. Spook Rock has hosted numerous prestigious tournaments including a PGA qualifying round, several Metropolitan Golf Association Men’s and Women’s Public Links Championships, and the Rockland County Amateur to name a few. You need to play the course to appreciate its true beauty and challenge.
Peddie's beautifully maintained, 18-hole, par-72 course challenges golfers at every skill level. When not on the links, you can visit our pros or work on your swing on the range or practice facility. Our comfortable clubhouse offers a place to enjoy time with friends and family or relax with a bite and a drink.
The Peddie Golf Club is a private facility for members and their guests.
Concordia Golf Club is a challenging 6,200 yard championship 18 hole course designed by Brian Adult and Tom Clark. Concordia boasts 3 sets of tees, a grass driving range, a practice putting green, clubhouse and restaurant. The Golf Course resides within the active adult Concordia community, just minutes from Exit 8A off the New Jersey Turnpike in Monroe Township, New Jersey. Accuracy and shot making is a must at Concordia!
Two Courses. One Master. Championship Golf and Par 3 Course designed by Legendary Course Architect, Pete Dye.
Holliday Farms will feature an 18-Hole Championship Course and 9 Hole Executive Course as well as a Short Game Practice Area and Driving Range. With Pete Dye, a world-renowned architect at the helm, having designed this unique and rolling golf sanctuary over the past two years – there is so much heart and history embedded in this course layout beyond the rolling terrain, rippling creeks and brooks as the course itself blends into the natural landscape.
The 18-hole "Renaissance" golf course at the Renaissance Country Club in Manchester, New Jersey features 4,262 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 63 (61 from the white tees). The course rating is 60.4 and it has a slope rating of 101. Designed by J. Christopher Commins, ASGCA, the Renaissance golf course opened in 1999.
The Arnold Palmer signature design offers a golf course of uncompromising standards as the central feature of the golf community, the nine-hole par three course is strategically planned to be in perfect harmony with the Central Jersey landscape. Golfers enjoy views of the natural surroundings that complement the wide, lush fairways of the golf course. The facility also has a driving range, putting green and a golf pro shop. Together, all of these amenities have helped to create unparalleled golf course real estate in Middlesex County.
In the late 1920’s, Medford Lakes was a very popular vacation community located in the New Jersey pines, some eighteen miles southeast of Camden and within easy reach of Philadelphia. One of Medford Lakes prominent citizens, Leon Todd, believed that a golf course was needed to provide its residents and summer visitors with a complete range of recreational and sporting opportunities. In 1929, Leon Todd’s dream became a reality when the Medford Lakes Development Company acquired the 115 acre Shrider Farm. This group then hired a Scotsman, Alexander H. Findlay, to design and build the original nine holes of the Medford Lakes Golf Club.
Alex Findlay, known by many as the “Father of American Golf”, was not only a top golfer for many years but was a prolific golf course architect with at least two hundred designs to his credit, including such area courses as Tavistock, Llanerch Country Club and Burlington Country Club. At Medford Lakes, His skillful use of both water and trees gave the course, though on the short side and with few changes in elevation, both interest and charm.
MLCC opened for play in 1930. Twelve years later, the golf course was incorporated as the Medford Lakes Country Club. Its first President was Charles Morrison, who remained in office until 1946 and almost single-handedly piloted the club through its difficult formative years, raising the funds necessary to put it on a sound fiscal basis.
For its first 40 years, Medford Lakes played its golf over the original ‘Findlay’ nine holes. In 1969, after acquiring additional land from the Todd family on the north side of Tabernacle Road, the club decided to expand the course to eighteen holes. Harold C. Purdy, who had apprenticed as a construction supervisor under Robert Trent Jones in the mid-1950’s, designed and built the new holes. Purdy, a native of Wabash, Indiana, would ultimately be involved with 50 courses in New Jersey- 35 new designs and 15 others which he remodeled or expanded.
MLCC is known for the value it provides in offering excellent camaraderie supported by an opportunity for members and guests to have a fun and enjoyable experience. Enjoy your stay.
When you cross the threshold of our clubhouse, you’ll follow in the footsteps of notable figures in history. Astor (1901), Roosevelt (1901), Rockefeller (1911), Chaplin (1919) and Crosby (1928) are just a few of the distinguished guests who signed Trenton Country Club’s leather-bound registry as they entered to dine with colleagues or enjoy an afternoon on one of America’s first golf courses.
The site was formerly the “Oaklands” estate (circa 1808)--the summer residence of George Whitefield Woodruff, a lifelong New Jerseyan. In 1798, President John Adams appointed and uprooted George Woodruff to serve as US District Attorney for Georgia. His absence left his brother, Aaron Dickinson Woodruff, to select the site and oversee the construction of a suitable summer house, a long and arduous duty he performed while serving as Attorney General to NJ also at the behest of President Adams.
Trenton Country Club formally opened its doors in 1897, the vision of six enterprising area businessmen. By 1899, local papers referred to Trenton Country Club simply as “The Country Club” when they revealed results of golf and tennis matches and details of parties and the fashions worn by guests. Early club activities also included horseback riding, skeet shooting and baseball. In 1935, TCC’s pool facility was opened with great celebration.
Today, our members mark their own history--with a legendary putt or a medal at a swim team event. We invite you to be a part of our extraordinary family and share in its exciting future.