Reachable for long hitters, avoid the right side fairway bunker off the tee on this hole. The fairway slopes from right to left while the green slopes from back to front. A possible birdie hole.
On this dogleg left, a slight draw is the desired tee shot. You must avoid the lateral water hazard on the right side. The left side gives your best approach angle to a difficult, two-tiered green that slopes from back to front.
This short, well-bunkered par 3 requires an accurate short iron shot to a small green that is very fast from back to front.
Fairway bunkers on the right come into play for the longer hitters. Your approach to this big green, guarded by a pond on the left, will be determined by the hole location.
On this intimidating Par 4, waste bunkers and water guard the left side. Accuracy is more important than length. Play the hole as it is designed and you can score.
This great Par 4 is a straightaway with no hidden problems. You must avoid the waste bunkers and water down the left side. Pulled approach shots will find the greenside bunker. This green slopes from front to back.
After a straight tee shot, the hole doglegs slightly to the right as you near the green. A lay-up to the left of center near the crossing cart path leaves the best angle for your approach to this beautiful, two-tiered green.
On this strong Par 3, a deep bunker guards the right front of this very large green. To make par, an accurate mid-to-long iron is required.
An uphill, Par 4 winner! A straight 190-230 yard tee shot is needed to set up your approach to this blind, two-tiered green. Short is better than long, but taking one or even two extra clubs may be need to reach the uphill green. Par is a great score.
Grip it and rip it if you dare, but this short hole is very well-bunkered. This difficult, undulated green will test your short game.
A straightforward Par 4 except for the fairway bunkers–one on the left and one on the right. A solid tee shot leaves a short iron into the green, giving you a very good scoring opportunity.
Don’t let the yardage deceive you. A very accurate iron shot is required to par this hole. The green is well-bunkered with a severe drop-off beyond.
Avoid the fairway bunkers on the right. A well-positioned second shot leaves a short approach to a green that slopes from back to front.
One of our easier holes to score on has a forgiving landing area allowing you to let your tee hot fly. Accurate second shots to this relatively small green should leave a makeable birdie putt.
This Par 4 is a good test. A solid, left center tee shot is required for this tree-lined fairway. A mid-to-long iron remains to be a large green guarded by a deep, rightside bunker.
The fairway bunkers on the right are in play on this slight dogleg to the left. The fairway slopes severely from right-to-left. This tricky green slopes from front to back and left to right.
This elevated green makes club selection difficult. The green slopes from right to left, bringing the left greenside bunker into play for any pulled shots. Aim for the middle of the green. Take your par and run to the next tee.
New York Country Club’s signature hole, with the clubhouse at the top and the New York City skyline behind it. A well-placed second shot leaves a short third to an elevated green that is very fast from back to front.