Westchester County owns and operates six beautiful 18-hole courses located in the north, central and southern areas of the county. These courses are amoung the finest public courses in the country, offering beautiful landscapes and diverse terrain.
Each course has a practice putting green. Driving ranges are available at Mohansic, Sprain, Dunwoodie and Saxon Woods.
Pro shops, golf carts, lockers and restaurants are available at each course.
Professional instruction is available at every course from a PGA pro.
Tee time reservations may be made online. Reservations may also be made by calling the individual courses. Walk-up reservations will also be accepted at the courses. Reservations made on the automated telephone line will no longer be accepted.
The courses are:
- Dunwoodie, Yonkers
- Hudson Hills, Ossining
- Maple Moor, White Plains
- Mohansic, Yorktown Heights
- Saxon Woods, Scarsdale
- Sprain Lake, Yonkers
Golf Courses are scheduled to open March 15
The golf courses are scheduled to open for the season on Wednesday, March 15, weather and conditions permitting. Tee time reservations may be made online. Reservations may also be made by calling the individual courses. Walk-up reservations will also be accepted at the courses. Any available E-Z Reserve spots will be sold at the courses. E-Z Reserve enables golfers with a Westchester County Park Pass to block out a regular Saturday or Sunday tee time for a period of 25 weeks. Download the 2017 E-Z Reserve Application and rules.
Making the grass greener at Dunwoodie Golf Course
Work will soon begin on the $2.3 million replacement of the old irrigation system at Dunwoodie Golf Course. The new, modern system is designed to make the grass greener and the playing more enjoyable. The system will be entirely computerized and can be controlled remotely by staff.
The project will include replacement of water lines along with shut-off valves, pumps and other major components. The new system will have additional spray heads, enabling greater flexibility. It will have the ability to pinpoint watering as needed instead of the current broadcast spraying, which can be wasteful. Landscaping enhancements are planned as well.
The project is expected to be completed by the start of the 2017 season.