Maple Moor golf course hole number 17


Maple Moor was named for the abundance of maple trees on the land. This property was originally part of the Griffen family farm. Howard J. Griffen settled the farm in 1879 and built on it a cider mill and four-story barn. Griffen’s son later became mayor of White Plains. The course was designed by Tom Winton. When acquired by the Westchester County Parks Commission in 1925, there was already a 9-hole golf course on the property. By the end of 1927, all 18 holes were unveiled to the public.

Maple Moor was recently renovated with new bunkers, sand traps, cart paths, irrigation systems, drainage systems with retention ponds, as well as extensive renovations around the course.

The course also has practice greens and a catering facility in the clubhouse.

Course Statistics
Yardage 6,374
Par 71
Rating 71
Slope 129
Acres 140

Dress Code
Proper golf attire must be worn at all times. The dress code policy is designed to maintain an atmosphere consistent with the tradition of golf.