Rees Jones, Inc.

Golf Course Design & Architecture

Rees Jones, Inc.
Quaker Ridge Country Club
Scarsdale, New York
Image: TPC Danzante Bay
Course Type
Design Role
Bunker Renovation
(1992, 1993, 1994, 1995)

Client Course Description

The par-70, 6,772-yard A. W. Tillinghast design – often called “Tillie’s Treasure” – is frequently mentioned when accomplished golfers are asked to name the best course in the Metropolitan New York area. In 1925, the purchase of additional land at the northern corner of the property prompted the Club to bring Tillinghast back to change a few holes. Since then, there has been very little change, Robert Trent Jones added some new tees and took out some outdated bunkers in 1965. From 1991–1993, Quaker Ridge, with the assistance of Rees Jones, restored all the bunkers and added 5 new championship and 4 new forward tees.

Course Photos


Tournament Year(s)
Curtis Cup 2018
U.S.G.A. Walker Cup Matches 1997


Award Publication
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses Golf Digest
Top 100 Courses in the World and U.S. Golf Magazine

More Information

For more information about Quaker Ridge Country Club, please visit the course’s website.