Golf in West Haverstraw

$50 for $100 Worth of Driving-Range Balls at Fairview Golf Center

Fairview Golf Center

Elmsford

Golfers at the double-deck driving range hit balls from covered, heated bays

$100 $50

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Round of Golf with Cart Rental and Range Balls During the Weekend or Weekday (Up to 44% Off)

Centennial Golf Club SEASONAL

Carmel Hamlet

27-hole championship course leads golfers across a multitude of landscapes as they make their way over hilly fairways with lush greenery

$100 $59

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$75 for One-on-One Golf-Swing Evaluation at John DelVecchio School of Golf ($150 Value)

John DelVecchio School of Golf

Westchester Golf Range

Golf instructor with 25 years of teaching experience dissects swings with one-on-one instruction and detailed video assessment

$150 $75

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30-, 60-, or 90-Minute Private Golf Lessons with Golf Professional Adam Aronson (Up to 56% Off)

Adam Aronson at the Jon Manos Golf Academy

Jon Manos Golf Academy

Professional golf instructor Adam Aronson tailors his instruction to help you improve your swing and overall game during private lessons

$100 $49

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One or Three Private Golf Lessons for an Adult or Child at Bull Frog Golf (Up to 58% Off)

Bull Frog Golf

Closter Golf Center

Regardless of age, instructor Ted Spielman improves swing mechanics, lowers scores, and makes the game more fun

$75 $35

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One or Three Private, 30-Minute Golf Lessons Including Video Swing Analysis at Junior Sports NJ (Up to 62% Off)

Junior Sports NJ

Closter

Enthusiastic instructors help golfers improve their game in lessons that include video swing analysis

$60 $29

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$99.99 for Golf Lesson with Swing Analysis, Evaluation, and Custom Exercises ($345 Value)

Garden State Golf Academy

Garden State Golf Academy

Instructors track players’ swing with modern technology and offer corrective tips, as well as custom exercises, to improve power and control

$345 $99.99

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Select Local Merchants

Designed by course architect Dick Wilson, Garrison Golf Club’s 18-hole course covers the tree-lined hills, valleys, and ravines of the Hudson Highlands as golfers drink in sweeping views from 800 feet above the Hudson River. Without disturbing the native birds and wildlife, the course artfully integrates the natural terrain into a challenging layout, featuring multiple shots that must clear deep chasms and rolling fairways that create tricky hill lies and test golf carts’ vulnerability to motion sickness. Stone walls and mature oaks and hemlocks add to the stately scenery as players grapple with testy hazards, such as those encountered at the par three 17th hole, where tee shots must find a putting surface buttressed by sprawling trees, sand traps, and a stream.

An Audubon International–certified course, Garrison Golf Club’s environmentally friendly efforts include a 2-acre organic farm that sprouts heirloom tomatoes, nine kinds of lettuce, and other greens incorporated into dishes at Valley and Terrace Grill, the club’s onsite restaurants. Guests may also opt to wind down at World’s End Bar, a cozy spot ideal for sipping cocktails or interrogating fellow players about the veracity of their scorecards.

2015 Route 9
Garrison,
NY
US

Rain. Snow. Sunshine that just won't quit. None of that matters at Fairview Golf Center. The center's two-tiered covered driving range stands in defiance of the elements, letting golfers of all ages and skills launch balls towards five target greens spaced from 60 to 200 yards. A total of 76 tees blanket the facility, and the structure's lower level stays heated during winter months.

Golfers can work on their game by themselves at the range or take advantage of private sessions from Fairview's faculty of PGA instructors. These experts also host group clinics for kids and adults. Golfers who want to practice putting or fishing balls out of a water hazard with their toes can head to Fairview's outdoor mini-golf course.

Before a game, golfers head to the pro shop to stock up on equipment. Staffers there often have customers hit a few balls at the range. That way, they can fit the best wood or iron from brands such as Titleist and Nike.

300 Waterside Dr
Elmsford,
NY
US

Yorktown Golf & Baseball Center is best described by its sounds: the whiffing of clubs on the driving range, the steely rattling of baseballs on batting-cage walls, and the gentle burbling of the mini-golf course's waterfalls. Surrounded by verdant greenery, the 14-acre sports center offers outlets for competitive players and casual ball-whackers alike, beginning with an 18-hole mini-golf course replete with obstacles such as waterways and feral know-it-all golf pros. Within the four baseball and softball batting cages, pitches hurl toward batters at speeds ranging from 40 mph to 85 mph. Practice shots soar from the two-tiered driving range's 36 covered hitting stations, and players hone their short games on the putting greens and sand traps. In addition to providing ample practice opportunities, the center staffs a stable of knowledgeable golfers and batters to lead private and semiprivate lessons and curate a full pro shop.

2710 Lexington Ave.
Mohegan Lake,
NY
US

National Golfworx's driving range spills out across a rolling verdant horizon, a picturesque scene punctuated by golfers whacking their way through practice rounds. Two buckets, each containing 90 balls, arm golfers with ample ammunition for sending dimple-faced orbs on long flights or attempting to hit tin ducks at the course's shooting gallery. Select from 45 hitting spots and a wide range of yardages to perfect techniques with multiple clubs and angles. Lighted tee boxes accommodate nighttime drivers, removing the need for cumbersome headlamps or glow-in-the-dark putters.

Route 6
Baldwin Place,
NY
US

Since 1959, a golf path dreamed up by architect William F. Mitchell has been acquainting players with the hilly terrain of the Lower Hudson Valley. Putnam County Golf Course started out as a private club, but became open to the public when the county bought it in 2004. Players can amble over bent grass greens and rye grass fairways kept to country club standards, but without having to golf in their tuxedos. Afterwards, retire to The Grille Room to fill up on wraps and sandwiches, burgers from the grill, or breakfast sandwiches served all day.

Course at a Glance:

  • 18-hole, par-71 course

  • Total length of 6,800 yards from the back tees

  • Course rating of 72.8 from the back tees

  • Course slope of 128 from the back tees

  • Four sets of tees per hole

187 Hill St
Mahopac,
NY
US

In 1927, The Sedgewood Club was established as a sanctuary where Manhattanites could escape from the rushing grind of the city. The club's spot between two large ponds?named China and Barrett?and amid 1,200 acres of protected woodlands provided a quiet respite for its visitors, who came to enjoy diversions such as golf, tennis, and enjoying time away from the city's hourly air-raid sirens.

Today, visitors cross into this enchanted expanse via a rustic wooden bridge. On the other side await a 9-hole golf course, red clay tennis courts, and a beach for sunbathing and swimming along China Pond. The club's timber boathouse rests beside the pond as well, where it hosts programs such as jazz performances and yoga.

810 Golf Ridge Rd
Carmel,
NY
US