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Eisenhower Park Golf Course - White CourseEisenhower Park
East Meadow, NY 11554
Phone: (516)572-0327Fax: (516)542-0015
This particular facility offers three regulation eighteen hole courses. The Red Course is the longest and most challenging because of all its dogleg fairways and sand bunkers. The fairways vary in width, and the greens are fast and in excellent condition. The White Course is elevated and plays straight out away from the clubhouse, then straight back to the clubhouse. The fairways are wide open, and the greens are fast. The Blue Course is the shortest of the three, but it has dogleg fairways, plus sand and grass bunkers that will cause you problems. Beginners will like the pace of golfing here because the courses play slow. Water only comes into play on the Red Course, but there are still flocks of geese flying over head that you may observe while playing the other two courses. There are also discounts available for the disabled and volunteer fire fighters. For tee times call (516) 542-GOLF. This public facility is one of five municipal golf courses in Nassau County. The other courses are Cantiaque Park Golf Course, Christopher Morley Park, N. Woodmere Park and Bay Park.
|Holes: 18||Greens: Bent Grass||Fairways: Bent Grass|
|Dress Code:||Shirt and shoes required|
|Season:||Open all year|
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Ike White (As in Vanilla), Aug 06, 2010
from Nassau County
|Classic Robert Trent Jones design with elevated greens and two green-side traps per hole requires good approach shots. Not terribly long. Greens have been in great shape lately (2010). Flat course makes for a great walking track, but there's not much to the scenery. Given that you are in the middle of densely populated Nassau County, it is a mostly very quiet walk!|