Leonard Park

Mt. Kisco, New York     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +0 votes  + Dave "Sweet D" Gross › February 7, 2015
All around course improved by WEDGE members. Thank you

This course is absolutely insane no should be considered on a major PDGA event list.
-  +0 votes  + Travis Bushore › January 11, 2015
-  +0 votes  + Dave Hartmann › August 5, 2014
The course got brand new baskets, has had a lot of the underbrush cleared and currently has new tee pads going in. It has come a long way and continues to get better.
-  +0 votes  + Justin McB › January 10, 2013
Good layout, nice walk in relative seclusion; baskets are old, but agree on the historical aspect, so all good. The one con I have is the amount of throwing uphill with little to no throwing downhill, i.e. little bang for your winded buck. Certainly worthy of multiple visits.
-  +1 votes  + Angelo M › March 26, 2012
Everyone will complain about the baskets, but some are originals from when the course was first designed in 1977. The course is a huge part of the sport's history and that goes for the original baskets.
The signage isn't the best, however maps are usually always provided at tee 1.
-  +0 votes  + Corey Stahl › June 12, 2011
Basically all in the woods. Holes were within reason amongst the forest. No problems following course until hole 15. After the 15th hole, it become very difficult to navigate.
-  +0 votes  + Ven Vardin › January 11, 2011
Great challenging wooded hilly course. Some of the holes state they are part of the original 1977 Ed Headricks design. I'd love to see a history of this course and it's changes posted somewhere.
-  +0 votes  + Colin Butgereit › December 18, 2010
Baskets and tees are pretty bad. Its just a course that has been left in the wayside. Interesting pin placement and course layout.
-  +0 votes  + Tai Grosjean › November 23, 2010
Decent layout, thoughtful holes - but the signage, tees, and baskets are in woefully sad shape. I'd suggest FDR or Cranbury if you're in the area.
-  +0 votes  + Silvio Sanchez › October 12, 2010
-  +0 votes  + Joe Gara › October 3, 2010