WHITE PLAINS, NY — County Executive Robert P. Astorino announced that pre-registration will open on Tuesday, Nov.1, for next season’s Golf Westchester’s E-Z Reserve program at the six county courses.
E-Z Reserve enables golfers with a valid Westchester County Park Pass to book a starting tee time on weekends for a series of weeks at their choice of the six courses.
During the pre-registration period, Tuesday, Nov. 1 through Wednesday, Nov. 30, E-Z Reserve holders from 2016 can book the same tee time/day for the 2017 season. If the holder is not interested in keeping the specific time and day, the time will be made available to all golfers in December.
From Thursday, Dec. 1 through Friday, March 10, all remaining E-Z Reserve tee times will be made available to new golfers or past golfers who wish to select a new day or time. These E-Z Reserve times will be available on a first-come, first-served basis and are limited to one tee time per weekend day.
A non-refundable fee of $350 per player is due at pre-registration and payable by cash, check or Visa, MasterCard or American Express. As a bonus for pre-registering, the 2017 E-Z Reserve season is increased from 25 to 30 weeks beginning the weekend of April 1, 2017 and ending the weekend of Oct. 22, 2017.
After this pre-registration period ends on March 10, all remaining E-Z Reserve tee times will only be available at the county courses beginning the first day of play in 2017. These tee times will be sold for a $300 per player fee for 25 weeks. The 25 weeks program starts the weekend of April 8, 2017 and ends the weekend of Sept. 24, 2017. Opening day for the 2017 season will be announced.
Golfers who do not participate in the program can book any available weekend and weekday tee times during the season at golf.westchestergov.com or by phoning or visiting the course of their choice.
The courses are Dunwoodie and Sprain Lake in Yonkers, Hudson Hills in Ossining, Maple Moor in White Plains, Mohansic in Yorktown Heights and Saxon Woods in Scarsdale. E-Z Reserve is only sold at the individual courses directly, although golfers can download, print and complete an application form and read complete program details, rules and regulations at golf.westchestergov.com.