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Course Information

Centennial Golf Club in Carmel, New York, is pictured in the fall 


Centennial Golf Club features a 27-hole championship course designed by Larry Nelson, a member of the World Golf Hall of Fame and winner of the U.S. Open and two PGA Championships. Nelson has called the 340-acre layout at Centennial with its rolling hills, ponds, natural rock outcroppings and breathtaking views, "the most naturally suited to golf" he has ever seen. Between the three nine-hole courses, Meadows, Lakes and Fairways, golfers enjoy a totally distinct and memorable experience. Centennial's large multiple tees are positioned so any combination of the three nines can be accommodating to the beginner or a test of more than 7,100 yards for the most accomplished player. Centennial Golf Club is home to the Met area's finest practice facilities. It's double-ended driving range and bunkered target greens are complemented by an extensive short-game area designed by Dave Pelz with three putting greens and two separate chipping and bunker areas. Centennial also hosts Dave Pelz Golf Schools and GolfMadeSImple Schools from May through September.

Course Information

  • 27 Holes (Meadows, Lakes & Fairways nines)
  • Designed by Larry Nelson winner of the U.S. Open and two PGA Championships.
  • Opened in 1996
  • Yardages: Meadows (Par 36); 3516, 3224, 2900, 2604 Lakes (Par 36); 3599, 3300, 2959, 2604
  • Fairways (Par 36); 3534, 3314, 2941, 2604

Open for daily fee play