With golf courses and driving ranges in all five boroughs, New York City is an excellent, if unlikely, destination for golf. The Bronx is also home to the oldest public golf course in America, Van Cortlandt Golf Course. Public golf courses offer everyone the opportunity to pay as you play, rather than paying an annual fee for membership. Some of the golf courses feature a store with apparel and equipment sales and rental, a snack bar and wet bar, banquet halls, and professional instruction.
Mosholu Golf Course And Driving Range in Bronx provides 9 holes of challenging golf for the beginning golfer, as well as the low handicapper, in all of US. Mosholu Golf Course And Driving Range is a Public golf facility.
Van Cortlandt Park Golf Course in Bronx provides 18 holes of challenging golf for the beginning golfer, as well as the low handicapper. It's been around since 1895, making it the oldest public course in the country.
Pelham Bay Course at Pelham Split Rock Golf Club in Bronx provides 36 holes of challenging golf for the beginning golfer, as well as the low handicapper. Pelham is more bucolic. Both Pelham and Split Rock Golf Courses are part of Pelham Bay Park, the city’s largest park. Both courses share the same clubhouse that offers a full-service snack bar and a fully equipped pro shop.