Plans for a proposed multiyear project to rejuvenate Westchester Country Club’s two 18-hole courses and expand the club’s teaching facilities got underway at the end of last season. The first step, a major investment in golf learning, broke ground in the fall. It includes reshaping the range to improve visibility; the expansion of the short game area; and building a new year-round teaching studio with five enclosed hitting stations, plus club fitting and other amenities.
Also on the drawing board are major changes to both courses. The West Course may be lengthened from its current 6,980 yards, and four holes may see new tees and/or green complexes. The South Course is slated for wider fairways and repositioned bunkers to improve playability for less skilled players and longer hitters.
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