Maple Moor Golf Course first opened for play in 1923. The course was designed by Archie Capper. Tom Winton redesigned this course in the 1930's.
Maple Moor was named for the abundance of maple trees on the land. This property was originally part of the Griffen family farm. Howard J. Griffen settled the farm in 1879 and built on it a cider mill and four-story barn. Griffenâ€™s son later became mayor of White Plains. When acquired by the Westchester County Parks Commission in 1925, there was already a 9-hole golf course on the property. By the end of 1927, all 18 holes were unveiled to the public.
Named for the many maple trees on the property, Maple Moor Golf Course is a fairly flat course that is easy to walk and features wide-open fairways. The greens are large and slow, and water comes into play on six holes.
Blue tees: par-71, 6,374 yards, 71.0/129
White tees: par-71,6,065 yards, 69.5/125
Yellow tees: par-74, 5,645 yards, 67.6/121
Red tees: par-74, 5,645 yards,
$31 (cart not included), played on Wednesday, March 2013 at 8am
User friendly, playable course. Excellent greens and consistent sand traps. Mostly wide tree lined fairways. Water comes into play on a few holes. Just enough to keep it interesting. Well manicured and clean course. Staff is friendly and courteous. Restaurant serves good food and is reasonably priced. Would definitely recommend this course to any level of player.
$31 (cart not included), played on Monday, May 2010 at 2pm
The layout is enjoyable, but the pace of play is always 5 or more hours.
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