New Season, New Grips!

2022-06-13T18:48:19-04:00April 26th, 2022|General News|

Every golfer knows that it is important to maintain the grips on their clubs and putters. Like a pair of shoes, your grips wear down over time. Rain, sweat, oil from your hands, heat, and dirt all take their toll and cause grips to wear down over time.

Nine New Bridges for TGC

2022-04-21T09:37:50-04:00April 21st, 2022|General News|

Throughout its nearly 100 year history, Ticonderoga Golf Course has evolved and expanded. Major renovations have occurred more recently and are apparent to the many who have played the new tees, greens, and holes.

Seymour’s is looking for a Restaurant Manager

2021-07-01T04:29:49-04:00July 1st, 2021|General News|

We are looking for a Restaurant Manager to join our team and lead our business. You will deliver high-quality menu knowledge and motivate our staff to provide excellent service. Restaurant Manager responsibilities include maintaining the restaurant’s revenue, profitability, and quality goals. You will ensure efficient restaurant operation, as well as maintain high production, productivity, quality, and customer-service standards.

Jay Wells Reflects on the Future of TGC, Our Youth

2021-06-07T03:39:52-04:00June 6th, 2021|General News|

As a member of the TGC Board the last several years, I’ve had a front row seat to the revitalization of Ticonderoga Golf Course. Without a doubt, this year has been the most exciting yet with the opening of Seymour’s Restaurant, the Tap Room, and the new Pro-shop. New buildings, of course, are new beginnings, and with them comes a tremendous amount of hope.

Meet George Mackey

2021-05-20T18:03:55-04:00May 20th, 2021|General News|

2021 marks the 41st season for Ticonderoga Golf Course Head Golf Professional, George Mackey, the longest serving golf pro in Ticonderoga Golf Course history.

Help Maintain the Course

2021-05-04T17:16:20-04:00May 4th, 2021|General News|

Superintendent Joe Tennyson and his team have worked incredibly hard to prepare the course for the 2021 season. Joe’s goal is always to present the best course conditions possible.