New York Golf Course & Resort Reviews

Rome Country Club

Rome Country Club: A classic course in central N.Y. merges history, good design and hard work by family owners

Rome Country Club is one of the more beautiful classic golf courses in central New York. Located in the northwest corner of Rome in the foothills of the Adirondacks, this semi-private, 600-acre facility was originally a nine-hole private club. Today, Rome Country Club is an 18-hole design that continues to get high marks for its conditioning and layout. It's a must-play course in the area, Katharine Dyson writes.
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French Woods Golf Course in Hancock

French Woods Golf Course in Hancock: Attracting visitors to the foothills of the Catskills

Hancock, in the foothills of the Catskills, seems hardly a blink in the road just off Route 17, yet the new French Woods Golf Course is attracting people from New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. They come for a good golf experience at a great price along with comfortable lodging and outdoor pursuits such as fishing and hiking. With green fees and a cart less than $40, French Woods, along with Bass Cabins accommodations, add up to a golfer's find.
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Turning Stone Resort - Atunyote Golf Club

Tom Fazio's Atunyote course headlines full menu of golf and casino action at Turning Stone Resort in upstate New York

With 72 holes and a major casino, Turning Stone Resort is the largest golf resort in New York state. But even though it is located within a relatively easy drive of roughly 30 million people, too few golfers in the New York City metro area know about it. That needs to change, Larry Olmsted writes.
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