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Golfing On Your Trip To The Adirondacks

We have suggested a few Adirondack scenic and challenging golf courses, each presenting a unique opportunity to do what you love, at some of the most beautiful links in New York.

man and woman golfing in the Adirondacks

Suggestions For Golf Trips To The Adirondacks

If you are planning a trip centered around golf, or would like to golf as part of your Adirondack vacation, enjoy breathtaking views of the mountains and wilderness lakes from the cedar-lined fairways and rolling greens of our signature golf courses. From scenic to stately - Adirondack area golf courses merge the wild beauty of the upstate New York landscape with the very best in course design.

Some of our top courses were designed by golf's elite athletes. Craig Wood, who won the U.S. Open and Masters in the same year, designed the Lake Placid course which bears his name. The Lake Placid Club's Mountain Course was designed by Alistair Mackenzie - the same architect of Augusta National and Cypress Point.

The Saranac Inn Golf Club in Saranac Lake has been recognized by Golf Digest as one of four U.S. courses one hundred years or older to receive four and a half stars. Nearby, the Malone Golf Club in Malone has been called one of the "Best Places to Play" by Golf Digest.

The 18-hole Sagamore Golf Course features breathtaking views of Lake George and was designed and built under the supervision of Donald Ross in 1928. This par 70 championship course uses the natural environment to give each hole its challenge and beauty.

Bringing the whole family or a group? If you are looking for more things to do in the area, check out local summer festivals, fun events and great restaurants for a memorable golf getaway weekend that's fun for everyone.

Wherever you chose to play golf in the New York Adirondacks, the incredible courses are as diverse as the wilderness from which they are carved.

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