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Private Golf Course - Mount Kisco Country Club

Mount Kisco

Westchester County

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Mount Kisco Country Club, a private club, is located at 10 Taylor Road, Mount Kisco, NY 10549 in Westchester County.

From Mount Kisco Country Club: "Established in 1928 Mount Kisco Country Club is located in Westchester County. The membership enjoys a traditional golf course maintained to the highest standards. The membership enjoys full country club facilities for the entire family including golf, tennis, fine dining, casual dining, and pool as well as an active summer children’s program. The Club's staff is dedicated to providing outstanding friendly and professional service.

About Mount the Golf Course
"In the early 1920s John Lawrence purchased the famous Annandale Farms from the estate of the late Moses Taylor, one of the nation’s leading bankers and industrialist from 1855 to 1882. Lawrence wanted the golf course to be special, so he turned to Tom Winton, a famous Scottish- born greens keeper turned golf architect. During the 1920s, Winton constructed Mill River Country Club in Stratford, CT, and the well-known Westchester courses of Mohansic, Sprain Lake, and Maple Moor. Winton started his design for Lawrence Farms in 1926. He became known as “the peer of all links’ architects” and he molded Lawrence’s golf course into 115 acres of rolling acres set in a natural depression between low wooded hills, well-bunkered greens, and a persistent stream in play for 13 holes.

"The Lawrence Farms golf course opened for play in 1930. The course hosted a number of local events and some international competitions in the 1930s. The club’s first professional, Bill Goldbeck, was a talented competitor, winning the 1935 Westchester Open by a six-stroke margin over the reigning PGA champion Paul Runyan and defending Westchester Open champion Willie McFarlane.

"In the late 1930s, it was given a maintenance check by another golf course icon, A. W. Tillinghast. During World War II, the old Mt. Kisco Golf Club was forced to close and most of its members joined the Lawrence Farms Country Club. These new members had sufficient influence to change the name of Lawrence Farms Country Club to the Mt. Kisco Country Club. Today’s golf course has the same Winton architectural plan, except at the 17th green, which has been moved back and to the left, behind the creek.

"The course was molded on 115 rolling acres, set in a natural depression between low wooded hills. The course is a par 71, 6,552 yard course that has no blind shots to its small, well bunkered greens. The most notable feature of the Mt. Kisco course is the persistent network of streams that cross 13 holes, half the time presenting a major obstacle to be traversed. The course also gains some of its resistance to scoring from its small greens, several of which are devilishly bunkered."

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Golf Course Information
Country Club
18-hole regulation length course
Blue = 6552 / par 71
White = 6280 / par 71
Gold = 6089 / par 71
Red = 5454 / par 73

Course Rating / Slope
Blue 72.4 / 144 | White 71.1 / 141
Gold 70.2 / 138 | Red 72.5 / 132

Location: Mount Kisco

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