mmconstrnMaple Moor Golf Course is closed to members of the public (including those skiing, sleighing and walking) during a major construction project. A date for reopening will be announced.

Maple Moor 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 also has practice greens and a catering facility in the clubhouse.

Course Statistics

Yardage:  6,374    Par:  71   Rating:  71      Slope:  129 
  • Admission and fees: County park pass is not required for admission
  • Directions: 1128 North Street, White Plains
  • Hours: Open seven days a week, 8 a.m. to dusk, year-round.
  • Phone: (914) 995-9200
  • Acres: 140
  • County parks map
  • Locker rooms
  • Practice green
  • Restaurant: North Street Tavern and Wood Fired Pizza (914) 437-7111
  • Pro shop