Review: Quaker Ridge Golf Club

Although Quaker Ridge keeps a low-profile, those who have been fortunate to experience it firsthand know it is very well-deserving of its Top 100 status and is undoubtedly one of the best parkland designs in America. Characterized by numerous strong par fours, impeccable conditioning, and several unique quirks, I can’t say enough positive things about Quaker Ridge. This is a course I could play for the rest of my life and never tire of. … More Review: Quaker Ridge Golf Club

Review: Golf Links at Ferry Point

Trump’s Ferry Point is a fantastic links-style course in the Bronx that is rightfully deserving of its Top 100 spot thanks to impeccable conditioning and breathtaking views of the Manhattan skyline and Whitestone Bridge. While you’ll pay a premium New York price to play here, tourists should view this course as a closer, albeit slightly inferior, alternative to Bethpage. … More Review: Golf Links at Ferry Point

Review: Bethpage State Park Golf Course – Black Course

Simply put, Bethpage Black is one of the best pure course designs in the world. The history, conditioning, and name recognition more than make up for lackluster amenities, and I found the course much more playable than people give it credit. Every serious golfer should experience the Black at least once in their lifetime. … More Review: Bethpage State Park Golf Course – Black Course

Review: Bethpage State Park Golf Course – Red Course

Course Name: Bethpage State Park Golf Course – Red Course Designer: A.W. Tillinghast (1935) Location: Farmingdale, New York History: Bethpage State Park is the largest government-owned golf complex in the country, with five courses sprawling out from the clubhouse. Along with the Blue, the Red Course was the first to open in 1935 as a WPA project. Immediately … More Review: Bethpage State Park Golf Course – Red Course