The members at Westchester Hills Golf Club have a full calendar of events and newly renovated amenities to keep them busy all year round. Our new pool facility features a Junior Olympic heated pool, kiddie pool area, luxury chaise lounges & day beds, along with our Pool Grill that provides some delicious poolside offerings.Learn More About Us
Members can enjoy competitive golf tournaments, tennis, swimming, fitness, a full calendar of social events, casual and gourmet dining, and much more.Membership Opportunities
Westchester Hills Golf Club dates all the way back to 1913 when it was designed by the first Head Pro, Peter Clark. The course features fairways lined with mature trees, rolling hills, and contoured greens. Westchester Hills also features practice facilities including a driving range and two large greens to fine-tune your short game.View the Course
Specializing in golf tournaments, family celebrations, and business functions, Westchester Hills Golf Club is the perfect venue for any event. Let the picturesque views of the golf course serve as the backdrop and our newly remodeled clubhouse provide a welcoming environment for you and your guests.Plan Your Event Today
Our club was incorporated on November 1, 1913, under the name Gedney Farm Country Club. The Club began as a recreation facility associated with a nearby resort hotel called the Gedney Farm Hotel.
In 1921 the Club purchased its property from Gedney Farm Hotel and changed its name to Westchester Hills Golf Club.
In 1924, Westchester Hills had a minor clubhouse fire. The Club decided to build a new fireproof clubhouse with an internal sprinkler system. Noted architect Frank Moore created a new Northern Italian-style structure which opened on April 15, 1926.
In 1949 a four lane bowling alley was built behind the the present-day Golf Shop. The facilities were used seven days a week, with 149 games, on average, nowled each day in the first year. Men's bowling was held on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday nights; ladies' bowling on weekends; children's bowling on Saturday mornings.
In 1953 our membership decided to add a swimming pool to our list of amenities offered. This swimming pool is still one of the biggest staples at Westchester Hills today for all members. Each and every summer season we look forward to a packed swimming pool and kids area. It wouldn't be summer without the organized swim team and many swim games each weekend.
In 1961, the first annual Governor's Day was held at Westchester Hills to honor past and present board members. The event included lunch, a golf tournament, and a black tie dinner. Until the death in 2012, Bud Treacy attended all but one of the Governor's Day events. Our Governor's Day event is something we look forward to each year to relive the long history of Westchester Hills Golf Club!
In the early 1980's, the first irrigation system was installed on the golf course. Prior to this, the course had no rough, and balls would roll a long way after landing. With irrigation came tall rough surrounding narrow fairways. The course changed from a wide open "bomb it anywhere" course to more of a position course.
In 2000 our membership decided it was necessary to built a kids area and kids pool at the club. Our membership started growing with more and more young families and that is still the case today. Our youngest Westchester Hills members are still utilizing that same kids pool with mushroom today!
In 2006, Kevin Morris retired and was replaced by his assistant golf pro, Jason Gobleck, who was our fourth Head Golf Professional at Westchester Hills Golf Club through 2018.
In 2012 Troon Golf Management was hired and our membership took on a large project to renovate the clubhouse, halfway house, outside patio and pool locker rooms. We couldn't be happier with the renovations that were done and we thank our entire membership for their help and support!
In 2018, Brian Giordano becomes the 5th Head Golf Professional in Club history.
In 2019, our Club continues to be a place to call home for a robust group of members who live our motto, "Fore the Joy of It!"