Quaker Ridge Golf Club

  • 69
    Golf Digest ranking:
  • 39
    Golf Magazine ranking:

Quaker Ridge Golf Club

Architect: A.W. Tillinghast
Year: 1926

146 Griffen Avenue
Scarsdale, New York 10583
(914) 723-3701

Course Access: Private

driving range available
walking only - caddies available


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The Itinerant Golfer

Quaker Ridge Golf Club

For the last three years I have made an annual pilgrimage to New York for a summer golf trip. The first year I played one Top 100 course, the next year I played two and this year I was going to try for three. Quaker Ridge was one of the places I really wanted to play but I didn’t have any contacts. Unlike some of the other New York area Top 100 courses, Quaker Ridge keeps a very low profile. There have been no majors contested there and it is considered a bit of a hidden treasure - so much so that the course’s nickname is “Tillie’s Treasure" after the architect A.W. Tillinghast. Because the course flies under the radar I was having some trouble with it. I ended up contacting a golf friend in New Jersey and he put me in touch with Matt, a member at Quaker Ridge. Matt and I exchanged email and he very kindly agreed to host my New York compadre, Jay, and me for a game there. When the day arrived that we were to play Jay and I made a short drive from his house in Harrison over to Scarsdale where Quaker Ridge is located. After parking the car we were directed to the locker room where we quickly changed into our golf shoes. Around the clubhouse Quaker Ridge has the feel of a club with an active membership. There were people coming and going, the parking lot was full, groups were eating… More >