For nearly 100 years, Sullivan County Golf Club’s fairways have carried golfers over and across the hillsides of Liberty, New York. Just around the corner from the once legendary Grossinger’s Resort and not far from the fields that hosted Woodstock, Sullivan County GC has seen a lot of history—including a transatlantic flight to Denmark that departed from its 8th fairway in 1931. Designed by Maurice McCarthy and Len Rayner (longtime pro and superintendent at Leatherstocking), it was the highest course in the state of New York when it opened in 1925.
With 9 greens and 18 tees, Sullivan County’s holes offer a variety of length and challenge. The course overlooks a stunning mountain valley and plays across a trout stream where you are free to stop and drop a line. The full course measures from 5,000 to 6,000 yards, depending on the routing you choose.
Our pro shop offers refreshments and beer, and horse shoes and a fire pit await you following your round. At just 2 hours from downtown Manhattan and 3 hours from Philadelphia, we encourage you to spend a weekend in this corner of New York by booking rooms at any one of these nearby properties.
Under new management for the 2023 season, we hope you’ll consider visiting Sullivan County Golf Club soon. Our goal is to offer a quality, affordable, unpretentious golf experience.