Golf Digest has rated The Sagamore as the “5th Best Public Course in New York State.” Conde’ Nast named it a top U.S. resort course and Golf Magazine honored it as a Silver Medal Resort. This Donald Ross track was designed and built with his careful supervision in 1928. As part of a $75 million restoration in 1985, the legendary course was fully restored according to Ross’ original blueprints.
In classic Ross fashion, this beautiful lakefront, hillside course takes full advantage of its natural environment. From the elevated first tee, you have a breathtaking view of Lake George and the Adirondacks. The holes are routed naturally through an upland meadow and the Adirondack woods. To add an accent to the mountainside terrain, Ross planted heather from his native Scotland.
A year-round resort and sports paradise, The Sagamore also offers first-class lodging, a European-style Spa and Sailing School.
Casperkill Golf Club, located in Poughkeepsie, was designed by the legendary Robert Trent Jones, Sr. Built in 1944, the course offers a classic Robert Trent Jones challenge, with magnificent ancient oaks, tranquil ponds and the meandering Casperkill Creek. The course is rated Four Stars by Golf Digest. Its elevated tees (four sets), well-manicured fairways, and terraced greens make every round a unique challenge. The course’s gently rolling hills are a natural part of the landscape, giving golfers unique vantage points as they navigate this classic design.class lodging, a European-style Spa and Sailing School.