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Note: Due to changes in programming related to Coronavirus, please check with event organizers before making plans.

Spring and summer offer endless opportunities to attend memorable sporting events in New York State. Hit the links for big-time golf tournaments, take yourself out to a ballgame, or if racing is more your speed, head to the track for fast-paced action. New York features some of the world's best-known teams, venues, and events, so get ready to plan your trip for the experience of a lifetime!

Baseball games are played in every corner of the state, from the famed Yankee Stadium and Citi Field to minor league stadiums in Syracuse, Buffalo, Binghamton, and beyond. And of course, no baseball trip to New York would be complete without a visit to the National Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown. (Check out our guide to baseball in New York here.) Thoroughbred racing fans head to Saratoga Race Course at a track that's hosted horse races since 1863, while auto racing fans gear up for a trip to "The Glen," or Watkins Glen International, host to annual NASCAR and other well-known racing events.

That's not all! The world's best-attended sporting event returns to Queens every August, when the top-ranked tennis players compete at the U.S. Open August 24–September 13.

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