Trump Golf Links Ferry Point - no. 18
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Trump Golf Links Ferry Point - no. 18
With the Whitestone Bridge in the background, the par-5 18th is the finishing hole to an unique golf experience in New York City. Mike Bailey/Golf Advisor
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Trump Golf Links at Ferry Point - no. 1
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Trump Golf Links at Ferry Point - no. 1
From the very first hole, it's evident that walking is the best way to experience Trump Golf Links at Ferry Point. Mike Bailey/Golf Advisor
Trump Golf Links at Ferry Point - no. 3
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Trump Golf Links at Ferry Point - no. 3
The long, par-3 third is one of the more difficult holes at Trump Golf Links at Ferry Point in New York. Mike Bailey/Golf Advisor
Trump Golf Links at Ferry Point - no. 6
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Trump Golf Links at Ferry Point - no. 6
A cemetery sits to the right of the sixth tee at Trump Golf Links at Ferry Point in New York. Mike Bailey/Golf Advisor
Trump Golf Links at Ferry Point - no. 6
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Trump Golf Links at Ferry Point - no. 6
The difficult and long par-4 sixth at Trump Golf Links at Ferry Point plays into the Manhattan skyline. Mike Bailey/Golf Advisor
Trump Golf Links at Ferry Point - no. 7
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Trump Golf Links at Ferry Point - no. 7
It's almost all carry if you decide to drive the short par-4 seventh at Trump Golf Links at Ferry Point. Mike Bailey/Golf Advisor
Trump Golf Links at Ferry Point - no. 9
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Trump Golf Links at Ferry Point - no. 9
Like the finishing hole, the par-4 ninth at Trump Golf Links at Ferry Point also has the Whitestone Bridge in the background. Mike Bailey/Golf Advisor
Trump Golf Links at Ferry Point - no. 12
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Trump Golf Links at Ferry Point - no. 12
Presidential candidate and billionaire Donald Trump aced the short par-3 12th during Trump Golf Links at Ferry Point's grand opening in 2015. Mike Bailey/Golf Advisor
Trump Golf Links at Ferry Point - no. 14
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Trump Golf Links at Ferry Point - no. 14
The par-14th at Trump Golf Links at Ferry Point plays straightaway. Mike Bailey/Golf Advisor
Trump Golf Links at Ferry Point - no. 15
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Trump Golf Links at Ferry Point - no. 15
Like most of the greens at Trump Golf Links at Ferry Point, the par-5 15th's has a good bit of movement in it. Mike Bailey/Golf Advisor
Trump Golf Links at Ferry Point - no. 16
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Trump Golf Links at Ferry Point - no. 16
One of the more difficult holes at Trump Golf Links at Ferry Point is the par-4 16th, which plays around water. Mike Bailey/Golf Advisor
Trump Golf Links at Ferry Point - no. 17
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Trump Golf Links at Ferry Point - no. 17
The par-3 17th at Trump Golf Links at Ferry Point plays back across the water. Mike Bailey/Golf Advisor
Trump Golf Links at Ferry Point - no. 18
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Trump Golf Links at Ferry Point - no. 18
Playing 576 yards from the tips, the par-5 18th hole on the Trump Golf Links at Ferry Point is a three-shotter for most players. Mike Bailey/Golf Advisor
Trump Golf Links at Ferry Point - practice facilities
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Trump Golf Links at Ferry Point - practice facilities
Trump Golf Links at Ferry Point has outstanding practice facilities, including practice bunkers and chipping green. Mike Bailey/Golf Advisor
Trump Golf Links at Ferry Point - clubhouse
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Trump Golf Links at Ferry Point - clubhouse
Although it's temporary, the clubhouse at Trump Golf Links at Ferry Point is more than adequate. Mike Bailey/Golf Advisor

Framed by New York City, Trump Golf Links at Ferry Point is a premium muni experience

BRONX, N.Y. -- Some 25 years in the making, Trump Golf Links at Ferry Point is a premium municipal course in the heart of the New York City area, located in the Bronx next to Ferry Point Park.

Designed by Jack Nicklaus , this links-style course is a championship layout with plenty of difficult bunkers, undulating greens and high fescue to catch wayward shots. Though the course was built by billionaire and presidential candidate Donald Trump, it's owned by the city of New York.

Plans call for a $10-million clubhouse to completed in the next year or so. In the meantime, though, a temporary clubhouse more than does the job, with a bar and grill, extensive golf shops, pavilion for outings and comfortable mean's and women's restrooms.

Green fees for this walking-friendly course range from just under $150 for New York residents to around $200 for nonresidents. Carts are extra.

Mike Bailey is a senior staff writer based in Houston. Focusing primarily on golf in the United States, Canada, the Caribbean and Latin America with an occasional trip to Europe and beyond, he contributes course reviews, travel stories and features as well as the occasional equipment review. An award-winning writer and past president of Texas Golf Writers Association, he has more than 25 years in the golf industry. Before accepting his current position in 2008, he was on staff at PGA Magazine, The Golfweek Group and AvidGolfer Magazine. Follow Mike on Twitter at @MikeBaileyGA and Instagram at @MikeStefanBailey.
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