(2023 Golf Season Scheduled to Open March 15, weather permitting.)
It’s time to tee up as the six Westchester County-owned golf courses open for the season on Wednesday, March 15, weather and conditions permitting.
Westchester County Executive George Latimer said: “Spring is around the corner, which means the 2023 golf season is about to get underway. We are proud to provide excellence and a strong commitment to our public courses that provide County residents with high-end conditions at affordable prices.”
Tee time reservations may be made online (non-Park Pass holder) or by phoning the individual courses. Walk-up reservations will also be accepted. The courses are Dunwoodie and Sprain Lake in Yonkers, Hudson Hills in Ossining, Maple Moor in White Plains, Mohansic in Yorktown Heights, and Saxon Woods in Scarsdale. All of the courses have onsite restaurants, halfway houses, and full-service pro shops. Driving ranges are available at Dunwoodie, Mohansic, Saxon Woods, and Sprain Lake.
Any available E-Z Reserve spots will be sold at the courses. E-Z Reserve enables golfers with a Westchester County Park Pass to block out a regular Saturday or Sunday tee time for a period of 30 weeks.
Commissioner of the Department of Parks, Recreation and Conservation Kathy O’Connor said: “It’s time to dust off your golf clubs, gather your foursome and play on the best public courses around. After the 18th hole, stop at one of the restaurants, relax and tally up your scorecard.”