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1000 Islands-Seaway Golf

The 1000 Islands-Seaway region offers golfers a wonderful variety of experiences  Whether you’re a scratch handicap or novice duffer, you’ll find scenic championship-caliber courses.  More importantly, they offer the hospitality that makes your day on the course a memorable one. You’ll really love the relaxed pace of the Islands and be pleasantly surprised. with the affordable greens fees.  With great courses in both the U.S. and Canada, you can tell your friends you went on an international golf tour! 


         Thousand Islands Country Club

The Thousand Islands Country Club is the premiere golf resort on the St. Lawrence River, in Northern New York State. The Thousand Islands Country Club features two scenic 18 hole golf courses that offer not only challenging layouts, but scenic views of both the St. Lawrence River and the Lake of the Isles.  The Old Course is an iconic layout designed by famed golf course architecht Seth Raynor. The Old Course winds through some of the most unique terrain on Wellesley Island and offers several views of the St. Lawrence River. Originally built in 1894, the Old Course is one of the oldest golf courses in the United States and one of the most revered in Northern New York State.

                  Watertown Golf Club

Watertown Golf Club is located at Thompson Park, and the excellence of the play here has garnered some national media attention. Golf Digest magazine has called it one of the finest golf courses in Northern New York. Watertown Golf Club takes pride in creating a fantastic, memorable day of golf for all who visit. It is more than just an excellent on-course experience. This facility is also the premier venue in the area for fundraisers, tournaments and banquets or weddings. Watertown Golf Club is scenic, friendly and world-class. This is a must-experience day of golf.

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