Golf

Submitted by guest blogger Elisabeth Marchbanks. Above is a photo of Walter Hagen, circa 1923, making a spectacular drive on the new Saranac Inn Golf Course with a foursome. Hagen made the 18 holes in 70 swings, creating a record for the course.  The pro's pro  The Saranac Inn Golf Course was once part of the famous Saranac Inn Resort... [Read More]
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Author:Anonymous
Categories:Golf, Summer
What requires no skill, no scoring, and only a sense of fun?Arctic Golf.In times past, many northern communities had a Winter Carnival. Avid Carnival goers would hit balls for distance out on the frozen lakes, despite them being covered with snow. It was called Arctic Golf. This lives on with Tupper Lake's Fire and Ice event, which includes a golf tournament on the snowy golf course.But Saranac... [Read More]
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Author:Pamela Merritt
Categories:winter, Golf, Family fun, Events, Cultural
Golf and the Adirondacks have had a long and passionate relationship. By the turn of the 19th century, luxury resorts and Great Camps were springing up all over the Adirondack Park. Golf courses soon followed, and Saranac Lake has just the right kind of terrain.Golf in the United States can be traced back to 1828, when Charles B. Macdonald returned from college in Scotland with a set of... [Read More]
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Author:Pamela Merritt
Categories:Summer, Spring, Outdoor Recreation, Heritage, Golf, Fall

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