Richmond County Country Club, is a Private, 18 hole golf course located in Staten Island, New York.
Richmond County Country Club first opened for play in 1895. The course as we know it today was designed by Robert White, the first President of the PGA of America.
The course offers an incredible view. With dramatic changes in elevation, players are surrounded by a spectacular view of the Atlantic Ocean and New Jersey highlands.
The outward nine routes players towards the highest point on the course where the ninth green and tenth tee are perched overlooking the entire property. The inward nine brings you back to the spectacular club house.
Black tee: par-71, 6,619 yards, 72.1 / 128
White tee: par-71, 6,325 yards, 70.8 / 126
Red tee: par-74, 5,577 yards, 73.6 / 127
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