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.