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Timber Point Country Club - White/Red CourseGreat River Rd
Great River, NY 11739
Phone: (516)581-2401Fax: (516)518-2401
This club has three nine hole courses that are played in three eighteen hole combinations. The original eighteen holes were the Red and Blue Courses. The Blue Course is flat and runs alongside the Great South Bay. The putting greens are medium-sized, undulating, well-bunkered, and some are elevated. There are three ponds and a creek that come into play on five holes. The Red Course is flat with tree-lined fairways. The greens are small and difficult to read. There are two ponds that come into play on two holes. The White Course is in the middle of the other two course and was built on flat terrain. There are six ponds that come into play on five holes. There are sand bunkers on the fairways and around the greens. The greens are small on this course.
|Holes: 18||Greens: Bent Grass||Fairways: Bluegrass|
|Dress Code:||Collared shirt, no other requirements|
|Season:||Open all year|
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Course reviews for Timber Point Country Club - White/Red Course
Average Golfer Review (4.0 Stars):
Number of Reviews: 2
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| 1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
Long Island Golf, Apr 04, 2007
|Timberpoit is a well situated golf course for the average day to day player. The blue course is tough when the wind is blowing southwest. You need to manage your game and club selection. The red course will challenge your long and short game. The white course is has excellent water hazard placement so you will need to control the driver. Remembering this is a county course but maintained excellent. The traffic moves well with 3 - 9 hole courses and the starters do work with you. The views of the water and fire island are exceptional.|
| 5 of 6 people found the following review helpful:
great views, Mar 16, 2004
|reviewer: LI Golfer
from Long Island, NY
|The blue course is great (9 holes), followed by the red (9). The white course is a little boring. If you get a chance, play blue and red and enjoy some of the best water front views on Long Island.|