The territory of the club was once owned by a local farmers’ family, before two golf course architects, namely Ben Crenshaw and Bill Coore were commissioned to turn this layout into the 18-hole challenging round for expert players. After the latest renovation in 2000, it stretches on 6414 yards of land (par 71, slope 139) and is known as a private golf course with a fascinating landscape. Holes a protected by deep bunkers and false fronts, and mostly the short game skills are challenged, which makes this course a well-balanced challenge for players of all levels. All of this makes the “a little gem” and it has been awarded the prestigious “platinum club designation” as a top 50 golf club in the country.
Players can rent carts, but no information available on the club rental services, meaning that you are probably expected to bring your club. Practice facilities include a driving range and putting green – not much for full-scale training, but more than enough for a casual pre-game warm-up. Additional facilities include a restaurant for members and their guests, so you’ll have a nice time dining at East Hampton’s 20,00 square foot clubhouse with your significant ones.
The detailed course tour with photos is also available on the website. As the club is private, membership is required to attend – a designated contact form can be found on their webpage as well.
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