Walk past Revolutionary War history at Hudson Hills

Hudson Hills

If you look closely enough, you'll see you walk past history on a lot of golf courses. When you play Hudson Hills Golf Course, just north of New York City in Ossining, you can take a trip back to the Revolutionary War era.

Between the 14th and 15th holes, players walk past a cemetery that dates back to the earliest days of the United States as an independent country. 

Hudson Hills itself is built on a little bit of golf history, with a new course sitting on top of land that was once a private golf club known as Pine Ridge. The Mark Munegam design opened in 2004, some 80 years after Pine Ridge was constructed.

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