About New Paltz
Visitors flock to New Paltz for a variety of reasons, from swimming in glacial lakes and cycling the Wallkill Valley Rail Trail to visiting the famous Mohonk Mountain House resort.
This challenging nine-hole, par-36 golf course is located on the same winding street as New Paltz's famed historic district of stone houses built by Huguenot settlers in the late 17th century.
New Paltz Golf Course was built in 1972 along the Wallkill River. Course architect Hal Purdy's design transformed 3,460 yards into a combination of length, water hazards, natural marshes and trees, with views looking toward the neighboring Shawangunk Mountain range. It has been hailed as the "Best Nine-Hole Course in the Hudson Valley" by GOLFLINK.com New Paltz Golf Course has two restaurants: Garvin's and the clubhouse's casual Upstairs on 9 Cafe. Tee times are required on weekends. Features: driving range, two putting greens, carts, rental clubs, clubhouse/pro shop, lessons, dining and bar, group outings, twilight rate and senior discounts.
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