Westchester’s best 18 holes test your golf savvy, skills, and strategy
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Old Oaks Country Club #17
425 Yards, Par 4
An altimeter rather than a tape measure might be the best way to measure the true distance on this tough dogleg left. The tee shot is uphill — and needs to draw to stay in the fairway — and the second shot is even more uphill. Even if you reach the green in regulation, danger awaits if the hole is cut anywhere close to the false front. More than one aggressive putter has watched his or her ball roll back down the hill so that the climb begins all over again.
Next tee: Ardsley Country Club #2