Outstanding Northern Greens Await
90 Holes, 5 Courses, 4 Locations... are you up for the challenge?
With a picturesque landscape, natural air-conditioning, and plenty of amenities - including 5 courses and 90 challenging holes - upstate New York golfing is on par with the best.
Speaking of on par - why not make a weekend out of it and explore all of our courses at par? While you're at it check out our Putts And Pints tour!
Find out for yourself why a Golf Week Magazine article rated the Malone Golf Club East course the "Best Pure Classic Nine" in the world. While you're here, see if you agree with New York Golf magazine's description of Robert Trent Jones' layout of the Malone Golf Club West course: "The challenges are numerous: strong wind effect, major water hazard, serious trouble behind the green and sand bunkers ringing the putting surfaces."
The Saranac Inn Golf & Country Club, located in the heart of the mountains, was designed in classic Scottish fashion using the natural terrain to offer spectacular mountain views, pure mountain air, and is hailed as the most-immaculately maintained course in the Adirondacks.
With astounding views, The Tupper Lake Golf and Country Club established in 1932 provides an interesting and rewarding challenge for both the high and low handicapper.
Many elevated greens, narrow fairways, and lush rough make Highland Greens Golf Course an enjoyable challenge for our clientele. With views of southern Quebec and Ontario, the course sits in the Northern Adirondack Foothills overlooking the scenic St. Lawrence river valley.
Are you ready fore it?
Extend your dollars as far as your swing. Take advantage of our special packages and you'll play longer, stay in comfort, and enjoy great perks including unlimited golf!
Packages are available at all of our golf courses including the 36-hole Malone Golf Club East and West courses designed by Robert Trent Jones and Donald Ross; the 18-hole Saranac Inn Golf & Country Club designed by Seymour Dunn; the 18-hole Tupper Lake Golf & Country Club designed by Donald Ross; and the 18-hole Highland Greens Golf Course.
New in 2017: Putts and Pints