The Old Oaks Country Club golf course first opened for play in 1927. The course was designed by A.W. Tillinghast.
The Club is set on 220-acres in lower Westchester County, located 25 miles north of New York City. The facilities include an 18-hole Tillinghast designed golf course. The 80,000 square foot clubhouse, built in 1898 and renovated several times (as recently as 2001), includes a ballroom, member grill room, pool area, dining room, two outdoor terraces, outdoor fountain garden, and an arbor garden. The club also has 10 Har Tru tennis courts; an Olympic-size swimming pool; a 10 acre driving range; 16 resident suites; 5 cottages; locker room facilities; massage facilities; and card rooms.
A.W. Tillinghast was the architect of two golf courses for the Progress Country Club, now named the Old Oaks Country Club. The 9-hole course, which was built first, no longer exists, its land being required for the construction of Interstate Highway 684, and the18-hole course remains to this day as one of the finest golf courses in Westchester County. The 18-hole course at the Old Oaks Country Club plays to a par-70 and a maximum distance of 6,503 yards. The course rating is 72.3 and the slope rating is 139.
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