We’re so proud of our local history we have devoted
4 ENTIRE DAYS OF SPECIALS
to Commemorate The Historic Ride of Sybil Ludington in 1777
Check Out These Great Specials!
|Thursday, April 24th||All Greens Fees $17.77 from Open to 2:30 pm|
|Friday, April 25th||All Draft Beers and Hot Dogs at the Fairways at Putnam priced at $1.77|
|Saturday, April 26th||Golf Shop Special - 15 Pack of Pinnacle Golf Balls for $17.77
Sybil Ludington Logo Golf Balls $1.77 Each.
|Sunday, April 27th||Free One Hour Golf Clinic starting at 1:17 pm hosted by PGA & Head Professional, Jim Woods|
Make Your Tee Time Reservations Early and
Join Us For A Truly Revolutionary Experience!
The Legend of Our Logo
The recent change in design and branding of the property’s new logo carries with it historical significance ripe with legend and lore from the early days of Putnam County. The logo is actually a replica of a statue honoring Sybil Ludington on horseback depicting her legendary ride from Carmel to Mahopac.
On the evening of April 26th, 1777, using a small branch to urge her mare, Sybil Ludington at the age of 16 rode a distance of 40 miles to awaken and alert the town’s people of Putnam County that British troops were approaching. Because of her actions 400 men answered her cries and were able to push back the British in the Battle of Ridgefield.
So it is only fitting that the Putnam County Golf Course logo honor the legend and heroine of Putnam-Sybil Ludington.