Destination Guide

Destination: New York Metro

Included in the 11,842 square miles of the New York City Metro area, the most populous region in the country, are New York City as well as cities in New Jersey and Connecticut. High energy Big Apple has theaters, ethnic neighborhoods, cultural assets like the Lincoln Center and Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Empire State Buildings, Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island. Certainly New York City is a-buzz with activity night and day.

Those living in the Big Apple without a car, can expect to get their golf fix at places like the New York Golf Center in Chelsea Piers or Drive 495 in Soho where you can practice your swing, putt and take golf lessons. In New York anything is possible, even golf amidst the skyscrapers.

Since you can play 18 holes in an hour on the simulator at Golf Manhattan on 25th Street, you'll be left with plenty of time to take in a Broadway Show, dine on ginger duck and mooncakes in China Town, shop cool boutiques and high-end stores, browse art galleries and catch a game in Yankee Stadium.

Those looking for real turf to play, can travel to eastern Long Island, Staten Island, New Jersey, Connecticut or Westchester County, N.Y. You can drive or take public transportation. For example to get to Mosholu Golf Course in the Bronx, you take No. 4 subway to the last stop, Woodlawn Road, while Dyker Beach Golf Course in Brooklyn -- near the site of the largest battle of the American Revolution, the Battle of Brooklyn, and one of the oldest golf courses in New York -- is just across the street from a Manhattan Express bus stop.

The beauty of playing in so dense an area are the other things you can do when you've holed out. After playing the busy Douglaston Golf Course or the tree-lined Forest Park Golf Course in Queens, whether you're a Mets fan or not, you'll love the new Citi Field in Flushing where there really isn't a bad seat in the stadium and the concessions are fun.

Typically urban golf courses are built on limited land space so they are shorter than today’s new monster-length tracks. And since Metro New York is home to hundreds of golfers, don't bank on zipping around in less than four hours. Your mantra: Relax and enjoy the day.

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Dunwoodie Golf Course
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Yonkers $33
Lake Isle Country Club
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Eastchester $42
Maple Moor Golf Course
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White Plains $33
Sprain Lake Golf Course
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Yonkers $33
Silver Lake Golf Course
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Staten Island $19
Saxon Woods Golf Course
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Scarsdale $33
Jacob Riis Park Golf Course
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Queens $10
Woodland/Lakeside at Blue Hill Golf Course
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Pearl River $31
Broadacres Golf Club
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Orangeburg $20
La Tourette Golf Course
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Staten Island $41
Clearview Park Golf Course
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Queens $39
Forest Park Golf Course
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Woodhaven $26
South Shore Golf Course
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Staten Island $37.48
Kissena Park Golf Course
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Flushing $24
Split Rock at Pelham - Split Rock
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Bronx $36
Mosholu Golf Course
Tee Times
Bronx $14
Dyker Beach Golf Course
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Brooklyn $36
Marine Park Golf Course
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Brooklyn $36
Van Cortlandt Park
Tee Times
Bronx $25
Lakeside/Pines at Blue Hill Golf Course
Tee Times
Pearl River $31
Douglaston Golf Club
Tee Times
Queens $29
Pines/Woodland at Blue Hill Golf Course
Tee Times
Pearl River $31
North Woodmere Park Golf Course North Woodmere $18
Pelham Bay at Pelham - Split Rock
Tee Times
Bronx $36
Scarsdale Golf Club Hartsdale $113
Siwanoy Country Club Bronxville $80
Hampshire Country Club Mamaroneck $40
Par-3 at Westchester Country Club Rye $55
Richmond County Country Club Staten Island $75 - $90
Lawrence Yacht & Country Club Lawrence $52
Woodmere Club Woodmere $50 - $75
Ardsley Country Club Ardsley On Hudson $100
Metropolis Country Club White Plains $75
Sands Point Golf Club Sands Point $60
Brae Burn Country Club Purchase $75
West at Westchester Country Club Rye $85 - $125
Rye Golf Club Rye $75 - $95
Inwood Country Club Inwood $70
Country Club of Purchase Purchase $75
Quaker Ridge Golf Club Scarsdale $100
Leewood Golf Club Eastchester $65 - $80
Old Oaks Golf Course Harrison $100 - $125
Sunningdale Country Club Scarsdale $50 - $59
Deepdale Golf Club Manhasset $100
West at Winged Foot Golf Club Mamaroneck $100
The Saint Andrew's Golf Club Hastings On Hudson $90
Fenway Golf Club Scarsdale $84 - $100
Westchester Hills Golf Club White Plains $100
New York Hospital Golf Course White Plains N/A
Century Country Club Purchase $20
Fresh Meadow Country Club Lake Success $83
East at Winged Foot Golf Club Mamaroneck $100
Knollwood Country Club Elmsford $65 - $85
Flushing Meadows Golf Center Flushing $15.00 - $17.50
Rockland Country Club Sparkill $100
Elmwood Country Club White Plains $75 - $90
Pelham Country Club Pelham Manor $90 - $110
Lake Success Golf Club Lake Success $17 - $90
Plandome Country Club Plandome $50
South at Westchester Country Club Rye $85 - $125
North Shore Towers & Country Club Floral Park $62 - $67
Bonnie Briar Country Club Larchmont $100
Wykagyl Country Club New Rochelle $90
Willow Ridge Country Club Harrison $60
Rockaway Hunting Club Lawrence $200
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