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Mansion Ridge Scorecard
An ideal opening hole. The mounds on the right help guide a mishit tee shot back towards the fairway. A strong drive down the right center will leave a mid-to-short iron approach. The green slopes back-to-front and is very receptive to a well-struck second shot.
A medium length par 3 plays to an elevated green guarded by a bunker on the left. Be sure to use enough club, since you’re better off long than short.
The caretaker was an essential element in the smooth operation of a large estate. He was truly a “Jack-of-all-Trades” who oversaw every task from tending to the vegetable gardens to mending stone walls. The last known caretaker on the property lived in a small but comfortable cottage behind the second tee.
An underrated hole, where your drive should favor the left side. A precise approach is required to hold a well-protected, narrow, and undulating green.
In former times, stagecoaches regularly passed behind the third green as they traveled along a portion of the old Orange Turnpike, the principal colonial roadway to Goshen.
Big hitters beware; your best drive may leave you with a downhill approach on this shortish par 4. An iron or fairway wood down the left side will leave you a level lie for your second shot. The green slopes front-to-back.
Hope you’re warmed up by now. Here you’re confronted with the first forced carry of the round. Your well-struck drive should favor the right side of the fairway, and will leave you an exacting mid-iron into a kidney-shaped, well-fortified green. Note that the local rule calls for players who don’t clear the environmental area on their first attempt to proceed directly to the drop area.
Two forced carries makes this one of the most intimidating holes on the course for the intermediate player or first-time visitor. However, a Nicklaus-like tee shot and a fairway wood or long iron down the sloping fairway may leave the golfer with a putt for eagle.
The marshland, which lies along the left of the seventh fairway, is one of the many beautiful and mysterious sites on the estate which remains intact—a sensory treat for the eye and ear.
Great hang time on this tee shot makes this a fan favorite. Favor the left center of the fairway to avoid the sharp drop-off on the right side. Consider an extra club and avoid the cavernous bunker that guards the right side of this elevated green.
Although grand in its entirety, each estate harbored special places like the site of the ridge, now the eighth hole. This majestic parcel of rich land stands proud above its shadowed paths. Tranquil afternoons were enjoyed with picnics spread across this soft, moss-covered clearings.
A rare par 5 that serves as the number 1 handicap hole is also a textbook example of a risk/reward hole. Highly skilled players may gamble they get home in two—provided they are willing to challenge the two sets of scrub area to reach an elevated, well-protected green. Mere mortals should lay-up to the fairway’s edge or play to the landing area on the other side of the environmental area. No matter what you card here, you’ll be anticipating your next crack at our most challenging hole.
A breather hole opens the back nine and calls for a fairway wood or long iron down the left center, and a short approach to an open-entranced, tiered green. You may consider an extra club on your approach, as it plays slightly uphill.
In another era, brilliantly colored perennials swept across the tenth hole from tee to green. Upon entering the terraced garden, visitors spoke in hushed tones while they soaked up the splendor of the carefully tended beds of flowers.
It’s bombs away on this long and straightforward three shot hole. After a well-placed drive down the right center, you may want to go for broke as the green accepts low running approaches, which will funnel right to left.
From the spring beauty of the apple blossoms to its sweet autumn fruit, the apple orchard surrounded the eleventh tee. The harvest was plentiful and the fruit delicious.
Club selection is at a premium at this beautiful par 3 with stacked, tabletop tees playing over water to a large, well-protected green. Going long is as much trouble as coming up short, as peril looms behind the cart path over the green.
Plenty of fresh water was essential to the well-being of the livestock. The small pond that makes the twelfth hole one of the most picturesque was the watering hole where the dairy herd drank when put out to leisurely graze on this far corner of the estate.
Beware of this sleeper par 4, which bends slightly to the right. Place your tee ball down the left side, which will leave you a mid-to-long iron to a deep green which slopes back-to-front.
You must hit your best drive of the day, preferably left center, to have a direct line to the green. Your approach plays slightly uphill to a large, gently sloping green. The quarry-like green complex might look familiar as it has been featured in various golf publications.
A long, straight tee shot needs to be followed by a long, straight fairway wood. This will leave you a pitch off a downslope to a two-tiered putting surface guarded by bunkers left and right.
Favor the left center of this sloping fairway, avoiding the bunker on the right. Take an extra club or two for your uphill approach to an undulating, well-bunkered green surrounded by mounds.
One of the longest par 3’s in all of Hudson Valley plays to a large, flat green protected by two gaping bunkers on the left side.
A one-room schoolhouse once stood behind the area of the seventeenth green. Located only about a mile from the original village of Monroe, this was just one of many such schools which served small communities.
One of the Metropolitan area’s most exhilarating finishing holes will likely determine the outcome of close matches. A booming drive will catch the fairway’s downslope, leaving you a mid-to-short iron into a green that slopes back to front. Golfers who miss left will find a watery grave.
|Tour||367||151||406||359||189||422||524||356||539||3313||363||531||167||440||446||528||390||233||478||3576||6889||74.4 / 140|
|Championship||344||136||382||338||162||395||499||340||514||3110||342||510||142||418||404||508||373||202||453||3352||6462||72.3 / 136|
|Players||334||118||365||325||150||368||488||324||503||2975||336||502||118||386||378||484||352||173||430||3159||6134||70.5 / 133||76.3 / 144|
|Resort||306||104||355||285||137||292||467||292||489||2727||320||479||95||374||347||459||324||167||410||2975||5702||68 / 125||73.5 / 136|
|Mansion||279||95||326||251||116||234||402||252||452||2407||252||405||73||290||216||429||188||142||383||2378||4785||68.1 / 129||67.6 / 120|