The Garrison Golf Club is an 18-hole, par 72 championship golf course. Perched some 800 feet above the Hudson River with stunning views of the rugged Hudson Highlands terrain as its backdrop, few courses in the country are favored with as lovely a setting.
Designed in 1961 by architect Dick Wilson as a challenging highlands course, it is characterized by a varied topography with woodsy, rolling hills, many elevation changes, tough tee shots over deep ravines, side hill lies and challenging greens.
The front nine are close fitting, with rolling, heavily treed terrain, which drops several hundred feet before three uphill holes bring you back to the pro shop. The back nine, set on a shelf among the hills, are more open and forgiving, but precise shot making is still rewarded, especially on the 17th hole, where the green is nested among trees, sand, and water. Well-groomed, graced with mature oaks and hemlocks and stitched with stone walls, The Garrison golf course is unmistakably in the spirit of the region.
Men: 72 Women: 72
Course Rating / Slope:
||71.3 / 130
||70.0 / 128
||69.3 / 122