Beekman Country Club - Taconic/Highland
Tucked away in the foothills of the Berkshires, Beekman Country Club sits right where the mountains rise from the Hudson Valley, which provides spectacular views throughout the 27-hole golf course. Divided into three nines, the holes offer three different 18-hole courses with unique but equally scenic vistas. The Taconic/Highland combination starts with the most challenging nine of the three and ends with the most picturesque. The Taconic nine features narrow fairways and tricky water hazards. The back nine hardly gets any easier. The Highland climbs up over 500 feet, giving golfers a panoramic view from the valley to Stormville Mountain. The par-3 fourth hole on the Highland nine is the club's signature. Noted for its beauty, the hole is especially stunning in the springtime when the dogwood trees that line its fairways are in full bloom.
|White (W)||72||6195 yards||74.0||129|
|Red (W)||72||5275 yards||69.6||119|
|Blue M: 72.0/127||168||454||413||165||430||530||340||380||391||3271||357||316||535||195||577||321||395||170||395||3261||6532|
|White M: 69.5/123 W: 75.6/130||161||446||384||160||421||465||313||348||381||3079||344||297||510||172||558||302||381||162||390||3116||6195|
|Gold M: 66.3/116||160||410||365||155||386||399||285||330||275||2765||290||240||440||140||473||251||326||140||351||2651||5416|
|Red M: 65.1/113 W: 70.3/121||154||399||356||155||366||387||275||322||269||2683||285||234||433||134||465||240||319||135||347||2592||5275|
|Junior M: 55.0/101 W: 55.4/107||154||145||245||150||235||75||155||185||174||1518||125||230||270||115||135||147||196||85||224||1527||3045|
Food & BeverageSnacks, Restaurant
Available FacilitiesClubhouse, Meeting Facilities, Banquet Facilities
Great Round of Golf
This was my first time playing Beekman and I was pleasantly surprised. The different nine-hole courses proved fun and challenging. The course was in great shape and the staff hospitality on the course was accessible and the employees friendly and helpful. Great course to play and I would recommend it to anyone.
Great and fun course
I love this course and layout. The fairways and greens are in great shape. Unfortunately the tee boxes and rough really need to be cut. They are operating with a short maintenance crew so overall considering with the pandemic they're doing a good job. Thank you for being open!! This is a great course and look forward to playing it again.
great for the covid problem
they had it set up perfect grill open cart girl driving so nice to see had a great time thank you and the corse was awesome
Great course, immaculate condition
Been coming here forever. Great course, great layout. Mid season condition. Only negative; Golfnow dropped the ball once again, advertising and charging for a "cart included", knowing well that the courses in NY are temporarily forbidden to use carts, walking only. Not the courses fault. 27 holes of great golf holes, pristine shape, challenging and worth every penny. Highly recommend, I'll be back again this summer.
Great Early Season Conditions
Green grass throughout the course. Early season turf conditions were excellent! Greens are small, but were holding shots well. Cart path strictly enforced so know that...maybe call ahead before reserving a tee time because the seniors in front of our group were having a hard time. Staff were all extremely accommodating, except for the young lady in the booth...seemed a littlepreterbed to be there...but overall, clean carts and single riders only. Great day of early golf!
Course is in Great Shape! Great to see the Cart Girl, Outdoor tent to open Soon!
Nice day on the course in November
Course is in very good shape including traps, tees greens and fairways.
STILL A PLEASANT DAY ON THE COURSE
A nice place to play. Fairways and greens kept very nicely. Don't feel rushed when playing. Staff helpful and friendly. Will be back.
Interesting, but spotty.
Many areas on the 18 we played (Valley and Highland) should have been marked off as ground under repair. Many bare spots immediately around greens (#8 on Valley really was in bad shape, bunker was like concrete). Greens had just been aerated, and wasn't aware of that - most courses would not be doing that this early in season - so putting was quite problematic. Might be interested to play again if conditions were better (no aeration and less ground under repair).
I like the course but it is starting to be neglected.
A shame because it has a lot of potential.
Only go there if i get a good price.
gas not electric carts.. no gps..yardage markings on course not good . fairways and greens had areas under repair or were worn out. many holes, especially highland 9, fairways are close and parallel. we had 2 instances of errant line drive tee shots almost hitting us.
Incompetent golf course management. This course has always had issues with how they manage tee times, pace of play and how they send groups out at the turn. I figured I would give them another chance. Huge mistake!!! I will never play here again. The starter sends us out on the Valley 9 and I look up there and see three groups backed up on the tee box. I look over at Highland and it’s wide open. I ask the starter if we can go out on Highland and he says, “absolutely not”, kind of rudely I might add. So we go to the Valley and it’s a stop and go nightmare the entire nine. The group in front of us were holding up the entire course and there were 2 1/2 holes open in front of them. Of course we didn’t see a Ranger out there once, so it was just further confirmation that the course could not care less about pace of play. We stopped at the clubhouse at the turn to grab something quick, but it took 40 minutes to get out of there. When we went back to the starter (different starter than morning) to play the back nine, we were paired up with another group and sent up to the Taconic nine. Highland was wide open again. We drive up to the Taconic and it was backed up with 3 groups, all of whom were complaining about the backup. We decided to return the cart and go home. It really is unbelievable that Beekman can’t figure out how to send groups out and make the turn without a huge bottleneck. It’s not rocket science guys. Go to some seminars and learn how to do it.