Westchester Public Golf Courses Set To Open

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Westchester Public Golf Courses Set To Open

Tee time reservations may be made online or by calling the course directly, officials said.

Westchester County-owned golf courses will open soon for the season, weather and conditions permitting. (Shutterstock)

WESTCHESTER COUNTY, NY — Believe it or not, it's time to play golf.

Before spring officially arrives — and after we turn the clocks forward an hour — the six Westchester County-owned golf courses will open for the season Monday, weather and conditions permitting.

County Executive George Latimer said, over the past two years, the county's golf course have seen the highest attendance in more than 20 years.

"It's time to break out your golf clubs and have some fun on the best public courses around," he said. "I encourage you to come on out and enjoy the beauty of our well-manicured Westchester County Golf Courses."

Tee time reservations may be made by visiting this website or by phoning the individual courses. Walk-up reservations will also be accepted.

The courses are Hudson Hills in Ossining, Maple Moor in White Plains, Mohansic in Yorktown Heights; Saxon Woods in Scarsdale; and Dunwoodie and Sprain Lake, both in Yonkers.

All of the courses have onsite restaurants, halfway houses and full-service pro shops. Driving ranges are available at Dunwoodie, Mohansic, Saxon Woods and Sprain Lake.

Any available E-Z Reserve spots will be sold at the courses. Those allow golfers with a Westchester County Park Pass to block out a regular Saturday or Sunday tee time for a period of 25 weeks.

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