The Thousand Islands Country Club is the premiere golf resort on the St. Lawrence River, in Northern New York State. The Thousand Islands Country Club features two scenic 18 hole golf courses that offer not only challenging layouts, but scenic views of both the St. Lawrence River and the Lake of the Isles.
Old Course at Thousand Islands Country Club
The Old Course was designed by famed golf course architect Seth Raynor. Raynor’s unique style along with views of the both the St. Lawrence River and the Lake of the Isles, makes the Old Course a must play for any golf enthusiast. Built in 1894 it is one of oldest golf courses in the United States and one of the best courses in Northern New York. The Old Course is overflowing with character and charisma. From links-style fairways to meandering holes cut from lush forests, the Old Course has many aspects to offer the golfers. The signature hole is the #11, a Par-4 also called Windmill Hole, where you tee off from an elevated tee with breathtaking views on the Lake of the Isles beyond the green.
Lake Course at Thousand Islands Country Club
Legend has it that George Boldt’s wife, Louise, enjoyed being rowed through the islands in one of the estate’s St. Lawrence rowing skiffs. To accommodate her and keep her safe from possible foul weather on the river, Boldt installed a maze of protected gondola canals on the Boldt’s Wellesley Island properties.
Lots of water to test your accuracy, yet within reach of higher handicapped players, the Lake Course winds its way through Boldt Castle’s historic gondola canals.