Mount Kisco Country Club is the by-product of two rich traditions that date back to 1917. The Town of Mount Kisco welcomed its first golf course in July, 1917, on the former Daly estate property adjacent to the present course, just north of today’s front nine. It was called Mt. Kisco Golf Club, 6100 yards in length, and was the site of the 1923 Westchester Open, won by George McLean with rounds of 74 and 70=144, with Joe Turnesa, two strokes behind in second place.
Since its opening in 1930, there have been only five golf professionals at Mount Kisco. The first was William Goldbeck from 1930 to 1962. He was followed by Bob Johnson for the years 1963 through 1979. Nick Manolios followed for the years 1980 through 2011. He was followed by Chris Case for the years 2012 to 2019. Kevin Ausserlechner is the current Head Golf Professional at Mount Kisco.
Mount Kisco Country Club enjoys numerous golf events for both Men, Ladies' and guests throughout the season. Our traditional Bear Claw Invitational is a three day Men's Member Guest which is a highlight on the calendar. The Ladies Members Guest is also a staple on the calendar with golf and tennis combining to have a spectacular day of golf, tennis, and a gourmet lunch following the day's activities.
The Club offers extensive services for members including golf clinics, lessons, and a full Pro Shop with merchandise for all.