Westchester Country Club (West)

Westchester Country Club (West)

Architect: Walter Travis
Year: 1922

99 Biltmore Avenue
Rye, New York 1891
(914) 967-6000

Course Access: Private

driving range available
motorized golf carts and caddies available
on-site accommodations


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The Itinerant Golfer

Westchester Country Club (West)

The West Course at Westchester Country Club is best known for hosting an annual PGA Tour event between the years of 1967 and 2007. When the event, now known as The Barclays, became part of the season ending FedEx Cup playoffs the powers that be decided the location would be a rotating one. 2007 was the last year that Westchester Country Club hosted the tournament and as far as I know there are no plans in the immediate future for the event to return. As I mentioned in my profile of the South Course I was here with my friends Jay, Rob and Steve to play in our annual 4 man tournament we call the Fred S. Ridley Cup. The tournament consists of a one fourball match, one foursomes alternate shot match and four singles matches (two for each of us). The singles matches were all played on the West Course which is clearly the tougher test between WCC’s two courses. I went into some of the history on WCC in my profile of the South Course so I’m going to cut straight to the chase here. Unfortunately, I didn’t really get a whole lot of photos from the West Course despite playing it twice. We were engaged in some pretty heated matches and I was a little more focused on my game than I was in clicking photos. Below are a few of the ones that turned out decent. Here is a look at the 2nd hole from the… More >