1195 North Avenue,
New Rochelle, New York 10804
Office+1 (914) 636 8700
Pro shop+1 (914) 636 8700
Fax+1 (914) 636 7179
Golf proJohn Deigan (Head Golf Professional)
Original layout at this location by club member Lawrence E. Van Etten (1905). Later substantial modifications by Donald Ross (1919), and A.W. Tillinghast (1931); modifications by Arthur Hills (1993); major renovation/restoration by Bill Coore & Ben Crenshaw (2006).
2 mi N of New Rochelle / 15 mi NE of Manhattan, NYC.
Wykagyl Country Club: located just north of New York City, this renowned and much-admired private club previously enjoyed a long association with the PGA Tour and more latterly with the LPGA Tour. Exuding a predominantly tree-lined feel, with open spaces, rocky outcroppings and plenty of swirling undulation also in the mix, Wykagyl is certain to give your all-round game a thorough examination.
Originally known as the Pelham CC, it was felt that a new name was needed when the club was forced to move from its first home in Pelham Manor to New Rochelle. Some believe the new name "Wykagyl" was supplied by a founding member, Mr William K. Gillett. He merely took some of the letters of his own name, substituted Y's for I's, and added an A for euphony. Others believe the name is associated with local Indian tribes and villages. Wykagyl is a private club, exclusively for the use of members and their invited guests.
Private club - guests may only play if hosted by a member.
Wykagyl Country Club has staged many top level events over the years. From 1990 until 2007 it was a regular stop on the LPGA Tour, hosting the Japan Airlines and then Sybase Big Apple Classic. Notable winners here included Betsy King, Juli Inkster, Beth Daniel, Michele Redman, Annika Sorenstam, Sherri Steinhauer, Rosie Jones, Gloria Park, Paula Creamer and Lorena Ochoa. (See our Tournaments section >by Venue >Wykagyl CC).
2019/20 Golf Digest rating: 20th best course in New York state.
Solheim Cup: can Europe defend the most prestigious team trophy in women’s professional golf, when the 17th Solheim Cup is played out at the Inverness Club in Toledo, Ohio (Sept 4-6).
Italian Open: Nicolai Højgaard recorded his first European Tour win (Sept 5), just a week after his twin brother Rasmus landed the European Masters title (Aug 29); the first brothers to win back-to-back on the European Tour.
The San Roque Club: "... how best to revitalise a course that had previously been fit to play regular host to the European Tour’s qualifying school finals..." by Toby Ingleton.
New 27-hole golf complex to be built in southern Belgium
A new golf complex in southern Belgium, close to the border with Luxembourg, will start construction in June 2021.
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