Dunwoodie Golf Course is one of six eighteen-hole courses operated by The Department of Parks, Recreation and Conservation of Westchester County. Perched at the top of Dunwoodie Heights in the center of the city of Yonkers, the course has long been a favorite tee time option for players seeking a fun and sporty round. Dunwoodie golf Course is the shortest and easiest of the Westchester munis, and it can be a fine choice for inexperienced players and those who are new to the game. Skilled players also enjoy the game here, as accuracy is essential to score well. The course, which dates back to 1903, spreads out on an attractive, 126-acre site with no houses around. Mature trees encase the golf grounds and line the playing corridors. Several holes enjoy a completely secluded realm. Dunwoodie Golf Course is distinguished by its dramatic topography. You ll find plenty of hills and an attractive mix of narrow and more open holes. While the par-70 layout extends to a top distance of 5,830 yards, the middle set of markers measures 5,441 yards and the forward tees provide an appropriately differentiated challenge at 4,722 yards. The round at Dunwoodie Golf Course starts with five par 4s before players come to the only par 5 and par 3 on the front nine. The more varied back nine features three par 3s and two par 5. For an indication of the short nature of the playing field, note that none of the first three holes at Dunwoodie Golf Course reaches 330 yards as a maximum distance. Nonetheless, each is narrow and challenging. Some of the holes sport intriguing shapes and a creek, the only water hazard on the golf grounds, crosses a couple of fairways. The greens vary in size and provide a good chance to drain a putt. This is a walkable layout, but it is quite hilly, so riding is more common. Practice facilities include a driving range, chipping area, and putting green. The clubhouse features a pro shop and a restaurant facility. Dunwoodie Golf Course in Dunwoodie Heights is a pretty, intimate, and tranquil playing field that locals really love. Don't miss out on a tee time at this venerable Westchester County facility.