For the Avid Golfer
For the visiting golfer looking to play, we’ve got everything from a fun executive nine to a championship track that will challenge the scratch player.
1) Saratoga Spa Golf Coursesaratogaspagolf.com
(Includes an 18-hole par 72 and a 9-hole par 29)
Enjoy the generously wide fairways, but beware of all the stately old pines.
2) Saratoga National Golf Clubgolfsaratoga.com
You’ll pay if you stray, but this is a lovingly maintained, big time golf course.
3) McGregor Links Country Clubmcgregorlinks.com
This semi-private club is where NBC golf analyst and former LPGA star Dottie Pepper learned the game.
4) Airway Meadowsairwaymeadowsgolf.com
Three covered bridges, a little airport, and a black angus beef farm all within the golf course area.
5) Brookhaven Golf Coursebrookhavengolfcourse.com
This is a picturesque walk and kids play free with a paying adult.
6) Saratoga Lake Golf Clubsaratogalakegolf.com
Enjoy the scenery. It’s cut out of a forest, and a little river runs through it. You might also want to pack an extra sleeve of balls.
7) The Ballston Spa Country Clubballstonspacc.com
This semi-private club has been around since 1925 and it has that pretty, old parkland feel.
8) Pioneer Hillspioneerhillsgolf.com
This walk in the woods is magical, but bring extra balls if you’re not a straight hitter.