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sprainridgeMarch 18, 2019 -- Golfers of all ages and skill levels will be pleased to learn that the golf courses owned by Westchester County will open for the 2019 season on Wednesday, March 20. The County owns and operates six world-class golf courses across Westchester, giving both residents and visitors alike the opportunity to get out on the green.

Westchester County Executive George Latimer said: “Though the local outdoor landscape has yet to fully reflect it, March 20 is the first day of spring. Everyone who loves spending time out on the links will surely be glad to break out their clubs and take to our beautiful fairways and greens.”

Tee time reservations may be made at golf.westchestergov.com or by phoning the individual courses. Walk-up reservations will also be accepted. The County’s six golf courses include Mohansic in Yorktown Heights; Saxon Woods in Scarsdale; Hudson Hills in Ossining; and Dunwoodie and Sprain Lake, both in Yonkers. Maple Moor Golf Course in White Plains is currently under construction; its opening date will be announced later on this season.

Any available E-Z Reserve spots will be sold at the courses. E-Z Reserve enables golfers with a Westchester County Park Pass to block out a regular Saturday or Sunday tee time for a period of 25 weeks.

New this year is that Westchester County is now operating Hudson Hills Golf Course.

“Hudson Hills will continue to be our premium golf course,” added County Executive Latimer. “It will open with the other courses this week but stay tuned for a special welcome event later this spring.”

Information about Westchester County golf courses is available at golf.westchestergov.com.