Glens Falls Country Club
For over 100 years, Glens Falls Country Club has been providing a premier golf experience for golfers of all capabilities. Designer Donald Ross created a true masterpiece destined to test all who dare to play its challenging holes while providing opportunities for relaxing, friendly golf in a breathtaking setting. Ride or walk the paths traveled by many of the great golf legends during the Glens Falls Open, a PGA tour stop from 1929 to 1939. Play the same shots that challenged the likes of Sam Snead, Byron Nelson, Ben Hogan, Gene Sarazen, and Walter Hagen. Their stories have joined the lore of the Glens Falls Country Club.
With consistently superb conditions, we marvel at the beauty of our Golf Course. Our Course Superindent, Chris Frielinghaus, CGCS, has been with our Club since 1989. The dedication and commitment of Chris and his crew provide meticulous attention to the care and maintenance of our course.
Our course drainage is one of the best of any Golf Course in NY State. Heavy rain on the Course yeilds to play in under an hour; some say it’s a miracle.
Anyway you look at it Golf at Glens Falls is a true test and thrilling experience for Golfers of all levels.
The Glens Falls Country Club is a private, member-owned country club with over 400 members, located in Queensbury, NY. The club is filled with a rich history and fond memories. After more than ten decades, it continues to provide its members and guests with exceptional service and a friendly atmosphere. With so much content and information available in 2020, stumbling across a “hidden gem” has become progressively more difficult. Yet, this Ross course 30 minutes north of Saratoga Springs was off the radar as recently as five years ago. Situated between the Adirondacks and Green Mountains, the short par-4 5th with its “top hat” green through the par-3 9th to a Volcano green complex are as good a series of Ross holes as you’ll find. The excitement doesn’t let up with the course finishing with its penultimate hole across hilly land to a green in a saddle and a par-3 finisher played across the edge of a lake.