Rees Jones, Inc.

Golf Course Design & Architecture

Rees Jones, Inc.
Old Oaks Country Club
Purchase, New York
Image: TPC Danzante Bay
Course Type
Design Role
Steve Weisser

Client Course Description

Old Oaks Country Club was organized in 1925 as an offshoot of the Progress City Club located in Manhattan. Thereafter, it was successively known as Progress Country Club, Purchase Country Club, Pine Ridge Country Club, and again Purchase Country Club.

A.W. Tillinghast was the architect of two golf courses for the Progress Country Club. The 9-hole course, which was built first, no longer exists, its land being required for the construction of Interstate Highway 684. The 18-hole course remains to this day as one of the finest golf courses in Westchester County.

The Club has hosted the USGA’s US Open Qualifying Tournament several times, as well as the Metropolitan Golf Association’s Senior’s Tournament.

Designer Notes

Designer implemented a long range master plan and a complete restoration of the golf courses while also updating the golf course features to today’s standards.

Course Photos

More Information

For more information about Old Oaks Country Club, please visit the course’s website.