The Saranac Inn Golf and Country Club were awarded 2006 Golf Digest Best Places to Play.
Saranac Inn Golf and Country Club were founded at the turn of the century and designed by renowned Scottish Pro and Architect Seymour Dunn. The course was designed using the natural terrain to provide a wonderful golfing experience, with spectacular mountain views, pure mountain air, and a memorable fragrance emanating from the balsam firs that line the course.
Fully irrigated with bent grass greens, the course has a reputation as one of the most carefully maintained and challenging resort courses in the Northeast. By not overlooking any details, Jim Connors and Steve Wilson have continued a tradition of offering a course that is par-excellent. In fact, one can almost practice putting on the bent grass tees.
These high standards result from an understanding of what today’s golfers are looking for, with a motel overlooking the first tee, restaurant, and lounge.