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Ferry Point Park

Troubled project gives way to sublime course

Situated near the Whitestone Bridge, Ferry Point’s course has a long and sordid history before finally managing to open in April 2015. Along the way architect John Sanford parlayed his Granite Links gig into collaborating on a design with Jack Nicklaus. Yet just five minutes from New York, the have created a faux-links course that amounts to 7,407 yards of pristine tees, fairways and greens, which should be hosting major tournaments soon.


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