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400 Croton Dam Rd
Ossining, NY  10562-1704
United States
P: (914) 864-3000
F: (914) 864-3003
www.hudsonhillsgolf.com
Hudson Hills Course

18 hole regulation length course

Municipal golf course

71 par | 6,935 yards | 129 slope

73.3 rating


Hudson Hills Golf Course


The 18-hole "Hudson Hills" course at the Hudson Hills Golf Course facility in Ossining, New York features 6,935 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 71.The course rating is 73.3 and it has a slope rating of 129. Designed by Mark A. Mungeam, ASGCA, the Hudson Hills golf course opened in 2004. Billy Casper Golf manages this facility, with Joe Rafferty as the General Manager.

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Reviewed August 12, 2018

Well designed tight course with many challenging holes, many which require precise tee shots. It's been a wet and rainy summer, but the course was in good shape despite all the rain.

Reviewed August 11, 2013

Nice challanging track, long second shots on the 4s. Greens rolled and fast. Why do they charge so much for this Muni? Thats why I dont play there much. 2nd hole tee shot has minute landing area. Number 7 is a beast. I also dont need my clubs wiped down after a round by an eager 17yr old with his hand out for a tip, adds insult to injury but I guess you can refuse and feel like a @$!*%.

Reviewed July 25, 2010

Nice course and nice scenery, but too pricey for what it is. Even as a municipal course with the local resident discount it costs more to play here than any of the courses out at Bethpage... including the Black (a US Open course) so I obviously can't help but let that influence the perceived value of this course.

Course itself is interesting with a lot of elevation changes. However, I have to question the design a bit... A few holes are a bit too close together without adequate protection from wayward shots (eg green on 14 makes you a sitting duck for anyone who slices their tee shot on 4 and every time I have been here someone came within feet of being seriously injured). Can't see how nobody saw that as a problem area during the course layout.

Maintenance is decent although again considering the price it should be better. Many of the bunkers were simply hardpan with no fluffy sand in sight... yet when you finish they have a bunch of kids lined up to pounce on your bag and rub your clubs down. I keep my own clubs clean... give those kids a rake and get them out there to get the bunkers sorted out.

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Reviewed March 16, 2009

Great views and challenging. Worth a round, but price tag may not have you coming back for more.

Reviewed June 08, 2008

Reviewed March 25, 2008

I played this course on 3/25/08. Sunny 45 degrees. Staff was most helpful and pleasant. Went out alone. No hurry. Fees at $75 was high. I can play Ash Brook for $20 and walk. It must be beautiful in summer. Looking forward to play again with some friends. I had a good round.

Reviewed September 04, 2007

Over-hyped course that was designed to be upscale but hasn't lived up to that title. For the steep greens fees they charge one would expect more than burned up fairways, bare spots on the greens and more than a couple of holes where it is tough to tell which fairway is yours from the tees. Nice course but not worth the high price (which doesn't include the 10 balls that you will lose!).

Reviewed August 23, 2007

Very nice course. Don't let the Municipal fool you, this is a very well maintained course. The price tag may be a little steep for non residents, and never expect less then a 5.5 hour weekend round on a nice puclic course in this area. Take this advice. Residents play for $40 on a weekday after 3pm were you will put in an easy 3.5 hour round. That makes this course one of the best bargains i have ever played.

Reviewed May 23, 2007

Eh...... its ok

This course is alright, not particularly fond of it, but it can be a challenging course.

Reviewed August 04, 2006

Good course, but the time and money are steep

A nice, young course, HH offers some challenging holes (from the blues). LOng ball helps and there is a lot of foregiveness with back and forth holes alongside one another. A few too many blind tee shots and a lot of unflat lies, but fun nonetheless. What gets you is the average 5.5hr round and $115 non-county resident ($80 for a resident on a county course is still too much).

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  • Latest Scores
Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
1 Samuel B. 32 67 35 05/16/10
2 derek C. N/A 66 66 04/16/08
3 Andrew S. 21 89 68 04/18/09
4 chris T. 16 85 69 07/15/17
5 Brendan B. 21 90 69 06/20/10
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Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
4 chris T. 16 85 69 07/15/17
42 chris T. 16 91 75 05/06/17
82 Henry M. 20 99 79 07/09/16
127 RYAN K. 5 89 84 05/23/15
68 Leonard C. 14 92 78 07/20/14

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About Hudson Hills

Hudson Hills Golf Course

Golf Only facility

Managed by Billy Casper Golf

18 regulation holes

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Joe Rafferty, General Manager
Grover Ley Alexander, Superintendent
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