West Point Golf Course

West Point Golf Course

Designed by renowned architect Robert Trent Jones, the West Point Golf Course opened in 1946 and continues to play to rave reviews.

Narrow fairways, water features, dog-legs, up- and downhill par-3s, greens that demand precision from your irons, elevation changes and breathtaking views are all a part of the West Point Golf Course experience.

Playing just over 6,000 yards and to a par of 70, the West Point Golf Course tests all of your shotmaking skills.

One of the most scenic courses in the Northeast, the West Point Golf Course is located just off of Route 9W between the Stone Lonesome and Washington Gates of the U.S. Military Academy.

A four-time host of the Patriot League Championships, the West Point Golf Course features a large clubhouse, top-of-the-line pro shop, small restaurant and plenty of dining space for post-tournament awards.

In addition to the challenging course and spacious clubhouse, the Army golf team also benefits from the D'Prsa Short Game Area. Donated in 2000 in memory of Major Gen. Charles S. D'Orsa, a 1932 West Point graduate, the short game area is used exclusively by the Black Knights and provides a training ground for chipping, putting, rough and sand work.