The first thing that the Long Island National Golf Club lets you know on their official website is that the number of available memberships is limited – and while this may scare off the amateurs looking for a golf course to give a couple of swings and casually socialize with friends, becoming a member may be beneficial for those who want to start playing professionally. Let us explain why.

Promising “excellent playing conditions”, the club’s main course features an improved driving range with an enlarged grass tee and additional target greens. In addition to that, practitioners may use a short game area with a practice bunker and two greens – a great option for those who want to polish their swings before going out in the fields. Experience is even more pleasurable with ProV1 practice balls, which are available for use in all of the practice areas, so keep a note of that. Speaking of areas, you can benefit from the practice in the open too, since the club has built a 7000-square foot practice putting green for its members.

The club requires a membership to attend, so the information must be requested in advance via the form on the official website. Once the membership is acquired, the additional information on pricing, dress code and rules and regulations may be accessed via your account page.

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