Aymar Embury II Gallery of NYC New Deal Projects - Photo #145 - Individual buildings designed by Embury

Photo: Frank da Cruz, 14 May 2017
See Split Rock Golf House and Course gallery

Split Rock Golf Clubhouse, built in 1934-36 with New Deal funding and labor. Architects: Aymur Embury II[2], John MattNews Hatton[3].

  1. NYC Parks Department Press Release 20 May 1936: Opening Day announcement.
  2. NYC Golf Club Houses, Page Ayres Cowley Architecture, LLC: Conditions Assessment, Restoration, Rehabilitation & Adaptive Re-Use — Pelham / Split Rock Golf Clubhouse, accessed 2 November 2019: "PACA, retained as Architect of Record, prepared a conditions assessment and feasibility study for the enlargement and comprehensive upgrade of the clubhouse, designed in 1936 by Aymar Embury II". PACA is the firm that renovated the building in 2009. Also the Parks Department names Embury as the (or a) Split Rock architect on this page.
  3. Friends of Pelham Bay Park website, Architecture: “Pelham Bay-Split Rock Golf Course Clubhouse. Built in 1936 under Parks Commissioner Robert Moses. Architect: John MattNews Hatton.” Hatton also collaborated with Embury on other prominent NYC New Deal projects, including Astoria Pool and Play Center in Queens, and Betsy Head Pool and Play Center in Brooklyn.