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Orange County TourismSpring is the perfect time to hit the beautiful Hudson Valley greens

Orange County, N.Y. –  From seasoned golfers to those teeing off for the first time, anyone looking for a day on the links can find a course that’s right for them in Orange County this spring. Golfing is a great way to take in the picturesque Hudson Valley landscape while getting exercise.

“Lush greens and easy tee times attract golfers to Orange County all through the season,” said Orange County Tourism Director Susan Hawvermale. “Come feast on our greens and dine at our remarkable 19th hole restaurants.”

Top golf courses in Orange County include:…

Spring is the perfect time to hit the beautiful Hudson Valley greens

Orange County, N.Y. (May 10, 2016) - From seasoned golfers to those teeing off for the first time, anyone looking for a day on the links can find a course that's right for them in Orange County this spring. Golfing is a great way to take in the picturesque Hudson Valley landscape while getting exercise.

Sunny Hill Resort & Golf Course Earns Top Nod from TripAdvisor & Parenting Advice Powerhouse

Greenville, N.Y. (March 13, 2016) - Sunny Hill Resort & Golf Course in Greenville, NY, an all-inclusive family resort in New York's Catskill Region, was named one of Parents Magazine's "10 Best All-Inclusive Travel Resorts," in the March 2016 issue, and a Travelers' Choice for Family Hotels in the U.S. by TripAdvisor.

Greene County, N.Y. - Spring comes early to the Great Northern Catskills of Greene County - at least it does on the golf course. Stay in the Catskills and play the region's courses this spring to save on tee times, accommodations and meals with early bird packages at the area's premier golf
resorts.

Greene County offers challenging, expert-designed courses amid the stunning natural beauty of the Hudson Valley and
towering Catskill Peaks. Book a Catskill golf getaway, or play for the day at a top resort and enjoy package perks including
unlimited golf, same-day replay and delicious meals.

Verona, N.Y. - Turning Stone Resort Casino, home of three of the country's premier public/resort courses, is pleased to announce that the golf season is well underway. Whether you prefer to play the longest of Turning Stone Resort's three championship courses - Atunyote, design by Tom Fazio - or are looking to whet your golfing appetite with a quick round at Sandstone Hollow - a nine-hole, par three course designed by Rick Smith - Turning Stone offers luscious settings and incredible challenges for golfers of all grades.

The Whiteface Club in Lake PlacidThe most scenic drives in the Northeast await!

Lake Placid, N.Y. - Golfers are invited to swing into spring in the Adirondacks, where the season's brilliant greens, striking mountain scenery and challenging layouts await!

The Lake Placid region itself offers more than 90 holes of time-tested golf on century-old courses amidst the highest mountains in New York State. Here is a list to begin this season's scorecard collection:

Catskill Golf ClubPlay Golf on a "Pay when you Play" basis for the First Time Since 1928

 

 

 

 

 

Catskill, N.Y. - The Catskill Golf Club, a former membership course since 1928, located on Brooks Lane in Catskill, New York, is opening to the public for the first time today, May 1. Under new ownership and recently renovated, you can now "pay when you play" on one of the Hudson Valley's top 18 hole golf courses while experiencing the scenic beauty of the Northern Catskill Mountains. The pool and tennis facilities open June 1.

Whiteface Club & ResortIconic golf club is 11th best course in the state overall and has recently invested heavily in new fairway and greens equipment


Lake Placid, N.Y. - With golf season approaching in the Adirondacks, the Whiteface Club and Resort, on the shores of Lake Placid, has collected more prestigious awards from Golfweek Magazine.

The John Van Kleek-redesigned layout, in consultation with Walter Hagen, is ranked 11th in New York State among Golfweek Magazine's 2014 Best Courses You Can Play. It is also ranked fourth among classic clubs in the state.