The Links Golf Club is the official golf club of The Links at Union Vale golf course in LaGrangeville, NY. The Links at Union Vale was founded in 2000 by the Irish Golf Association (IGA). The IGA’s core members were gathered from 16 Irish golf clubs in the New York area. The competitiveness and companionship that distinguish Irish club golf in New York are at the heart of the Links Golf Club. We hold friendly matches on a weekly basis and club tournaments every month. In addition, the Links Golf Club run individual match championships off both handicap and gross scoring. Unique among the Irish golf clubs, we run both a men and women’s division. The Links Golf Club is a proud member of the Irish Metropolitan Golf Association (IMGA) and has won the IMGA club championship in 2000 and 2001 .
The Links at Union Vale is a Stephen Kay designed, links style course located about 90 minutes north of New York City in southern Dutchess County, east of Poughkeepsie. Situated on 200 acres of former farmland, the 18-hole championship course has been selected as one of the top 20 public golf courses in New York by Golf.com and has hosted numerous U.S. Open regional qualifiers as well as the New York Amateur Open. The Links at Union Vale annually hosts the Intercounty Tournament, the premier event among the New York Irish golf community.