Centennial Golf Club is in Carmel, New York, about an hour north of New York City and 20 minutes west of the Connecticut border. Centennial's design is in keeping with the richest traditions of the game; the total golfing experience here is on a level with the country's most prestigious private clubs. The 27-hole championship golf course was designed by Larry Nelson, who called this 340-acre tract, with its rolling hills, ponds, natural rock outcroppings and breathtaking views, "the most naturally suited to golf" he has ever seen. Every aspect of this premier facility provides the best the game has to offer on a "pay for play basis."
No matter which nine you play – the Meadows, Lakes or Fairways Course – you'll find each hole to be a totally distinct and memorable golfing experience. Centennial's large multiple tees are positioned so that any combination of the three nines can be accommodating to the beginner, or a test of over 7,100 yards for the most accomplished player.
The Meadows and Lakes nines have the most elevation changes and water. The Fairways nine is a more traditional tree-lined course, and the newest of the three courses. As you stand on the range, the Meadows course is on the far left and the Fairways course is on the right, with the Lakes course between them.
The golf carts are equipped with ProLink Global Positioning Satellite System (G.P.S.)