Best Golf Courses Near White Plains, NY
A little more than 30 miles from New York City, White Plains, sometimes referred to as the “Intellectual Capital” of New York, offers everything from culinary delights to museums to fine arts and everything in between. There are also plenty of parks, including the Battle of White Plains Park, which was established in 1976. Among the other outdoor activities in the area is golf, and that includes some of the region’s best courses like private Westchester Hills Golf Club, Scarsdale Country Club in Hartsdale and Country Club of Purchase. There are some good public options, too, such as Old Oaks Golf Course, a 1925 A.W. Tillinghast design that was renovated by Finger, Dye and Spann 75 years after it opened. Other public golf courses in the area include Maple Moor Golf Course, a White Plains municipal that opened in 1923, and Saxon Woods, a very popular course in Scarsdale.