The Edison Club golf course was laid out in 1926 by the legendary Devereux Emmet, whose other creations include Congressional Country Club, host to three U.S. Opens and a PGA Championship.
Nestled on the rolling hills above the bluffs of the Mohawk River, our 27 holes of championship golf provide a solid test for all skill levels. The Edison Club golf course offers a pretty park-like setting, with many of the holes lined by mature trees. Players find plenty of challenges to focus their attentions from our risk/reward doglegged par-fours, sometimes reachable par-fives and formidable par-threes, this is a golf course you simply don’t tire of playing.
In addition, the club offers a practice range with grass tees along with a large practice green with bunker for members and their guests.
If you love golf, you’ll love The Edison Club.
Karsten Solheim did. For three months in 1958, while working on a project at GE, he played The Edison Club. He was also working at that time on his "hollow back" putter design, which would eventually become the Ping putter.
Learn more about our country club's other offerings including our banquet halls, swimming pool and tennis courts.
Our Private Golf Course is enjoyed by our members in New York's Capital Region and available for private group outings.