Huntington New York Golf Courses

Huntington Country Club
Huntington Crescent Club


Featured Golf Course Review:
Huntington Country Club -- Hidden gem
Review by: Robert W. Meagher This course is one of the hidden gems on Long Island. If you have ever played in Ireland, you will get flashbacks. Being a member for 20+ years and having caddied there prior to that, I have seen many changes and all for the better. The fact that the course "seems" wide open is a lessen unto itself. The tall grass that surrounds the holes is a true one shot penalty. In June through October, if you hit into the tall fescue, simply turn 90 degrees and pray to get out on the fairway. Rarely can you club up and reach the green. If you are lucky enough to reach the green, good luck holding it. The greens at HCC are small hard and FAST (11+ on the stimp is not uncommon). If you are looking to take lessons, Jimmy Smoot the PGA pro at Huntington is an excellent teacher who will improve your game whether you are a 1 or a 30 handicap.
From Huntington, NY USA

Golf Courses: Additional Golf Course Reviews:
Eden Valley Golf Course -- good course for beginners
Review by: Joe the Hacker I play this course frequently because it is only 10 min from my home. However, the greens are not well kept and fairways tend to be longer than they should be even though they are cut frequently (my own observation of cutting). Nevertheless, on the front nine the fairways are wide and forgiving. The back nine has some challenging holes for the average player with several water hazards and doglegs. The ninth and 18th holes are long (> 500 yards) par 5 but straight and fun to play because they are wide open. 19th hole could use some renovation. Best time to play, in my opinion, is early (7 am or early) morning.
From Eden, NY




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