Douglaston Golf Course is located in Queens and is accessible via Long Island Expressway and Grand Central Parkway. It has been one of the landmarks of public golf in Manhattan since the early 1960s and offers beautiful views of the skyline.
A scenic and challenging 18-hole course that requires precision, skill and power with numerous water hazards, sand bunkers and mature landscapes. The 6438-yard par-72 layout challenges golfers of all levels and offers a reasonable price. We believe that over 300,000 rounds were played on the five courses at Bethpage State Park, starting in the clubhouse area.
Bethpage State Park was developed on a property that once belonged to the Yoakum family. The Yoakums leased the property to the Lenox Hills Corporation, which used it to build the Lenox Hill Country Club.
Also known among regulars as Vanny, this is the oldest public course in the United States and ideal for those who want to escape Manhattan and relax for a few six hours. Show up at 10 am and go singles to make sure you can play 18 holes before sunset.
Designed by A. W. Tillinghast, the course is a fixture on the PGA Tour and hosts many of the tour’s championship events. The course also offers a well-stocked pro shop, club rental, ball and cart rental, as well as golf retail. All of these amenities are unique to Long Island Golf, and the picturesque clubhouse makes this Long Island Golf Club a talking point.
Private and public golf courses are offered for adults and children aged 7 and over. Fees exclude rates for teens and we believe include a surcharge.
Lexington – Lexington Golf Course is a must on your next Las Vegas golf trip. At Lexington, they will take you to the maximum with challenges, risks and reward opportunities. Boulder City Golf Course – Boulder City has been voted by Vegas Golfer Magazine for three years in a row as the best bargain course in southern Nevada and will welcome you like an old friend.
As an avid golfer in the New York Area, it’s helpful to be able to play on many different courses. The unfortunate thing for golfers in New York is that many of the courses are private facilities and the traffic to and from the courses is not fun. But as someone who has lived and played golf in and around New York City for 12 years, I know plenty of people who have a pretty good idea of how to play, shop, hit and practice.
The top five in the GolfWeeks ranking of the best public access courses in the state round out Trump Golf Links, Ferry Point in New York City, Turning Stone Resort, Atunyote Course in Verona, Leatherstocking in Cooperstown and Sagamore at Bolton Landing. Overall, the top five public courses in New York have an average rating of 67.6, which is the same as elite private courses.
The back nine at Byrne contains several long par-4 holes such as the 12th and 15th, which is considered by master golfers as one of the most difficult holes in the United States.