The Saranac Inn Golf and Country Club was first established in 1901 and was once part of the famous Saranac Inn Resort. The course was redesigned by Scottish professional golfer Seymour Dunn in 1910. He designed over 300 courses throughout the world and called this course his masterpiece. A classic Scottish design, the fully irrigated course has great variety, with a mix of long, medium and short par 3's, 4's and 5's.The course measures 6,602 yards from the back tees and 5,067 yards from the front tees.The property includes 167 acres of land with dockage on Upper Saranac Lake. There are 11 lodging units on site and a 3,420 sq. ft. club house which features a restaurant, bar, and retail showroom. The property is offered turnkey with all furniture, fixtures and equipment. Golf Digest called it "The best course in the Adirondacks!".