Bronx New York Golf Courses

Mosholu Golf Course & Driving Range
Pelham Split Rock Golf Club - Pelham Bay Course
Pelham Split Rock Golf Club - Split Rock Course
Van Cortlandt Park Golf Course

Featured Golf Course Review:
Mosholu Golf Course & Driving Range -- ON THE LOW
Review by: Doctor Solid I am a novice player (or hacker). I think this is a great place to learn. I don't know anywhere else in the city where you can walk up on a nice weekend and not wait long to play. The POOR DRAINAGE on Hole 1 in the fairway 20 yds. from the green makes this blind approach shot unfair. That and more yardage markers are my only complaints. The greens are well kept for a municiple course. The fairways are maintained well. The long holes, narrow fairways, and blind approach shots make this course challenging even though there are no bunkers and two water hazards. Their practice facilities which include a practice range, a sand bunker, at least two chipping areas, and a putting green is ideal for the novice golfer to work on their game.
From Yorkville, NYC

Golf Courses: Additional Golf Course Reviews:
Mosholu Golf Course & Driving Range -- Temp Course Modifications Underway
Review by: John Lyons The course is undergoing a major renovation as the city is putting in a water plant under the main driving range and first hole. The temp course is in pretty good shape and some of the holes are quite nice, including the 408 yard number one and the 151 yard number 9. If you can overlook the temporary club house, you'll have a great experience.
From Manhattan, New York

Van Cortlandt Park Golf Course -- A Great Course For Beginners
Review by: AJ This course is great for beginners, which may explain why it can take so long to play the course during regular hours, especially on the weekends. The fairways are fairly wide, the rough is pretty light, and, although the greens can be fast, they are large enough and flat enough that you can play aggresively towards most of the holes. Although water comes into play on two holes, unless you mishit short and low you can easily clear these. There enough greenside bunkers to give opportunities to work on sand saves and a few fairway bunkers to present opportunities to work on picking it off the sand. If you can hit it over 270 and straight there are opportunities to eagle on several of the par 4's. If you want to avoid the crowds try going during twilight hours. If you do you'll find that quite often there is no one in front of or behind you so you can play through the whole course in less than 2 hours.
From Manhattan