Pelham Bay and Split Rock Golf Courses

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Pelham Bay and Split Rock Golf Courses

Pelham Bay and Split Rock Golf Courses

Pelham Bay Golf Course Scorecard

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Hole

Hole #1

Start the course off with a solid shot off the tee and an easily avoided water hazard on the left, leaving a simple approach shot into a receptive green free of bunkers and hazards.
 
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Hole #2

While this is reachable in two with a well-placed drive as long as you miss the fairway bunker, your approach to the green will be a little more demanding as there are bunkers on both sides of the three-tiered green.
 
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Hole #3

Short but not easy, the third hole has two bunkers protecting its hilly fairway, making a seemingly straightforward hole much more difficult.
 
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Hole #4

This dogleg right requires a well-placed tee shot around 215 yards, leaving you with a short iron uphill to our most recognized green: a two-tiered green with an eight-foot elevation change.
 
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Hole #5

The toughest hole on the front nine, Hole 5 is a dogleg left that requires a tee shot favoring the left side of the fairway to provide the best view for your approach.
 
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5

Hole #6

The shortest par 4 on the course gives long hitters the chance to reach the green from the tee shot. With only one greenside bunker, the reward is much greater than the risk.  
 
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Hole #7

Tee shots favoring the right side of the fairway will steer clear of the fairway bunkers and provide the best angle for approach. The two-tiered green narrows at the back with bunkers on both sides.
 
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Hole #8

The eighth hole’s sprawling green features one large undulation in the center, making placement crucial on your tee shot.
 
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Hole #9

Wrap up the front nine with another very reachable par 5. A tee shot in the fairway will allow you to lay-up before the fairway bunker, or if you’re feeling ambitious, you can go for the green. This is one of the few holes without a greenside bunker.
 
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Hole #10

The back nine begin with the longest par 4 on the course, which is also one of the straightest holes at Pelham Bay. The only trouble you’ll find are the bunkers 20 yards short-left of the green.
 
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Hole #11

A slight dogleg left with little trouble will allow you to be aggressive with your tee shot and cut the corner. With a solid drive, you’re only a wedge away from a pleasantly receptive green.
 
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Hole #12

The two-tiered green on Hole 12 looks easy from the tee, but a miss on either side will land you 10 feet below in the course’s deepest bunkers.
 
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12

Hole #13

Keep your tee shot in the fairway for the best chance at holding this elevated green. The fairway slopes down toward a creek running across the fairway, 40 yards short of the green.
 
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Hole #14

This uphill dogleg left is the longest hole on the course. Your second shot will play uphill and blind with a fairway bunker on the right. An aggressive third shot will be rewarded as you’ll be aiming at the largest green on the course.
 
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Hole #15

Off the tee, you’ll hit slightly uphill and over a small pond. With only one bunker through the fairway, a solid drive will be rewarded, leaving you with a short wedge into another two-tiered green with greenside bunkers.
 
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Hole #16

The longest par 3 on the course features a green surrounded by grass mounds but no greenside bunkers.
 
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Hole #17

Favor the right side of the fairway bunker and let it rip. The green, angled left-to-right, has a bunker guarding the right and back, but be careful; the bunker is not visible from the fairway.
 
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Hole #18

Your approach shot will look somewhat intimidating with a fairway bunker and fescue grass blocking your view of the green. Take dead aim at the pin on the course’s most undulating green and hope that your luck carries through this last hole.
 
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INTOTMen'sWomen's
Back40947519037343229039315447231884543741564415423312173384393292648070.3 / 117
Middle39045918035542228038314746030764323631484305212912103264193140621669 / 113
Handicap3913711751511 21214810166184    
                        
                        
Par M/W45344
5
443536
37
4
5
434
5
5
4
434435
36
71
73
  
                        
                        
Forward34639816132929127037314441227244113411374083082112053133602694541870.4 / 112
Handicap9515113137171 86184101416122    

Pelham Bay & Split Rock Golf Course is New York City's only 36 hole facility. Both courses are located in Pelham Bay Park (NYC's largest park) in the Bronx, lying east of Co-Op City and just south of Westchester County. The Pelham Bay Course was built in 1901 and is a links-style layout. With it's expansive fairways and forgiving layout, Pelham Bay Golf Course is the perfect location for the beginner and experienced golfer alike. Pelham's sister course, Split Rock Golf Course, is a championship caliber John Van Kleek classic design. A shot-makers course, it is a challenge that forces you to use every club in your bag. Whether you are looking to develop your skills or challenge your game, Pelham Bay & Split Rock Golf Course is the golf experience for you.