Ardsley Country Club
img Founded in 1895, Ardsley Country Club is one of the oldest and most distinguished private clubs in the country. Situated on top of North Mountain Drive just 20 miles north of Manhattan, the clubhouse is the former mansion of Frank Gould. From the terrace, members enjoy a panoramic view of the majestic Hudson River and the cliffs of the Palisades. The charm and intimacy of the surroundings combined with an informal, welcoming atmosphere that caters to families creates a “second home” feeling among its diverse membership. There is much to take advantage of, from golf, to tennis, the pool, camp, and even curling – the only rink in the entire metropolitan area. Yet, the biggest raves are reserved for the superb cuisine, for which Ardsley is renowned. Fine dining with a spectacular view – what more could you ask for? Contrary to its name, Ardsley’s 18-hole, par 71 golf course winds through two Rivertown properties – Irvington-on-Hudson and Dobbs Ferry. The scenic course takes advantage of the natural beauty of both flatlands and rolling hills with rock outcroppings so typical of Westchester County. Come prepared to share that beauty with the wildlife that live here – deer, wild turkeys, red tailed hawks, a red fox, coyotes, ponds with fish and turtles (and golf balls), and one family of bald eagles.
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