• Type: private
  • Address: 405 Sebonac Rd
  • City: Southampton
  • County: Southampton
  • State: New York
  • Zip: 11968
  • Call to Book Tee Time: (631) 287-4444

At 405 Sebonac Rd you can enjoy the 18 holes of Sebonack Golf Club. This course has been servicing golfers since 2006 and designed by Jack Nicklaus. This private course in Southampton, NY does not allow metal spikes and play five's are not allowed. The GPS coordinates are: -72.4568813 longitude and 40.9075615 latitude.

 


    Sebonack Golf Club Course Review
    Sebonack Golf Club Course Review

    Sebonack Golf Club Course Review




    The Sebonack Golf Club boasts its championship grade course which was created via an almost unholy alliance between 2 of the biggest names in golf architecture. The Sebonack golf course was first opened for players ten years ago, in 2006 and its quite remarkable for lots of reasons. But its main selling point sort to speak is the three hundred acres of real estate upon which it was built, a beautiful parcel of rolling and rugged woodland, stretching along the breathtaking Great Peconic Bay. Curiously, the Sebonack Golf Club sits in the near vicinity of the National Golf Links of America and also very close to Shinnecock Hills Golf Club (a mile or so), which are 2 of the best resorts in American golf. Despite its august company, the Sebonack Golf Club holds its ground pretty well.

    The golf course was designed by 2 of the worlds most famous architects, Jack Nicklaus and Tom Doak. According to Jack Nicklaus, the day the Sebonack Golf Club first opened, it played and looked very familiar, as it if was there for decades. Despite of Tom Doak and Jack Nicklauss very different philosophies in terms of golf design, the Sebonack Golf Club ended up as a fascinating golfing facility, as it was developed on a site with numerous bumps, humps and elevation changes. The layout of the golf course moves among open land and trees alike, being very similar to a links land. The land upon which the Sebonack Golf Club was built seems to have been the ideal location for a golf course if it ever was one, boasting its extraordinary visual impact of the water-vistas, the expensive bunkers, the rolling fairways and waste dunes. The undulating greens of the Sebonack Golf Club will present you with a real challenge, due to their tricky burrows and swales. The golf course uses masterfully the natural features and contours of the land for creating a unique look and it appears as it was spawned from the wild terrain itself.

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Golf Course Info

Golf Course Information

Course

  • Number of Holes: 18
  • Year Course Built: 2006
  • Course Designer: Jack Nicklaus
  • Par: 72
  • Latitude: 40.9075615
  • Longitude: -72.4568813

Rules

  • Metal Spikes Allowed: no
  • Play Fives: no
  • Dress Code Policy: No denim, collared shirt and bermuda shor required
  • Walking Allowed: no

Amenities

  • Food & Beverage: yes
  • Driving Range: yes
  • Chipping Area: yes
  • Putting Green: yes
  • Practice Bunker: yes
  • Rental Clubs: yes
  • Lockers: yes
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