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The Met Golfer

On an otherwise typical Tuesday afternoon at Anglebrook, the driving range was closed to clear the way for a helicopter to land, and not long after, VIPs from the MGA, the Golf Channel’s Matt Ginella, two-time MGA Player of the Year Joe Saladino and a few media members were whisked out to our 13th hole. Three pars later, they loaded back into the helicopter and sped off to play another of the best holes in the Met area.

Matt Sullivan, Anglebrook Golf Club General Manager 



MGA Golf at Anglebrook  

“Michael Karger burns up Mid-Amateur with 65 to win by one stroke”

"Plush as Augusta, with velvet-smooth greens and fairways." —Rick Lipsey, Sports Illustrated

“… there’s something especially appealing about holes that have the fairway run at an angle to the line of the drive from an elevated tee. It changes your perspective, and poses a different challenge than we’re used to.”
Jeff Neuman, editor, The Met Golfer



“Without doubt, Anglebrook has one of the most daunting and challenging, and exhilarating finishing holes in the entire Metropolitan area. After playing 17 wonderful golf holes, here comes Anglebrook’s No. 18, with its strategic tee shot to a split fairway, followed by a long carry over a ravine to a well positioned green, framed by a surrounding hillside and the clubhouse in the background. What a superb way to finish a round of golf!”
Chuck Stogel, PGATOUR.COM

The Journal News

“Anglebrook is without a doubt one of the premier golf courses in the New York metropolitan area. Not only are the golf holes very strong, but the views of the surrounding area from the high points of the golf courses are exceptional. The last design of Robert Trent Jones Sr., Anglebrook certainly is one of the best-kept secrets in Westchester County. Once people become more familiar with it, there may soon be a waiting list for potential members.”
Rick Remsynder, The Journal News

LINKS Magazine

“Anglebrook is the ideal combination of challenge and charm-the kind of course you’d love to play everyday, but only the privileged few get that opportunity …”
Evan Rothman, LINKS Magazine