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Adirondacks Region Golf

Enjoy breathtaking views of the Adirondack Mountains and wilderness lakes from the cedar-lined fairways and rolling greens of our signature golf courses. From scenic to stately - Adirondack golf courses merge the wild beauty of the Adirondack 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 the "Best Places to Play" by Golf Digest.

The Adirondacks boasts 60 challenging golf courses at some of the most beautiful locations in New York.  At the end of the day, enjoy craft brewing, farm-fresh dining and relaxing entertainment.      

        

                   Sagamore Golf Course

Honored by Golf Magazine as one of its Silver Medal Resorts, the 18-hole Sagamore Golf Course commands stunning views of Lake George and was designed and built under Donald Ross's personal supervision in 1928. In classic Ross fashion, The Sagamore Golf Course uses the natural environment to give each hole its challenge and beauty. Lush fairways are narrow and lined with hardwoods, while deep bunkers surround undulating greens. The Sagamore’s par 70, championship course is located on the mainland and features a practice range, professional instruction and an award-winning Pro Shop. Shuttle service is provided between the golf course and the resort. 

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            Saranac Inn Country Club

A classic Scottish design, Saranac Inn Golf Clus is rated 4 1/2 stars by Golf Digest’s Places to Play. “The best course in the Adirondacks is immaculately maintained with friendly service and spectacular greens, tees and fairways.”   The course has great variety, with a mix of long, medium and short par 3’s, 4’s and 5’s. The Saranac Inn Golf Course is for all you golfers who know that golf is a love/hate relationship. Some holes you’ll love, some you’ll hate, but there will be no forgetting the great golf and fantastic fun. “It is a course that doesn’t do ambivalence and it doesn’t do cookie cutter.” It’s also a course you’ll play and want to come back to again and again.

                    Lake Placid Golf 

The Lake Placid Golf Club offers  spectacular golf in the heart of the Adirondacks.  Award-winning courses offer a unique variety of golf for players of all abilities in a truly breathtaking setting.  Measuring 7,006 yards from the championship tees, this par 71 course represents Scottish Links style golf at its best with bunker-laden fairways, native fescue, and large undulating greens.  Our Mountain Course was laid out in 1910 by Alexander Findlay, and redesigned in 1931 by Alister MacKenzie, whose designs include Cypress Point and Augusta National, home of the Master's. Measuring 6,294 yards with smaller greens and more tree-lined fairways, this course begs for the straight shot. Its scenic vistas appeal to players of all levels. 

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                    Malone Golf Club 

Robert Trent Jones transformed the Malone Golf Club into a world-class 36-hole golf course. Taking the best elements of the existing Malone 18-hole course, designed by the legendary Donald Ross and Willard G Wilkinson, Jones added his unique design and challenge.  According to Golf magazine, the result is "36 outstanding holes with irrigated fairways, bent grass greens and gleaming white sand bunkers."    Robert Trent Jones' layout was best described in a New York Golf magazine article which said, 

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