Want to enjoy unique views while playing golf? Then the course at the Engineers Country Club might serve as a perfect choice for landscape aesthetic admirers. The club is located in the village of Roslyn Harbor on the Gold Coast of Long Island, which is a scenic place on its own.
The beautiful and well-maintained 18-hole championship course was designed by Herbert Strong – a golf professional and a talented architect. The current length of the course equals 6801 yards when played from the black tees, with a slope of 131 and a rating of 72.7. According to many professional players, the main challenge of the course are… the greens, as strange as it may sound: mastering the putting surfaces and the fabled greens will require every skill and precision, so the course is not amateur-friendly.
But beginner-level players may befit from the variety of golf programs offered by the club: at “Engineers” you can choose from individual lessons tailored following your experience to group clinics for adults and children. Practice facilities include a driving range and large putting green, which makes up a perfect location to work on every aspect of the game.
The golfing season begins in the middle of March and wraps us in late December, so members have almost year-round access to the club facilities. As for the membership, different categories are available (and all are family-oriented), giving full or partial access to the club’s amenities, so checking them out on the official website is recommended.
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