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Long Island National Golf Course1793 Northville Tnpk
Riverhead, NY 11901
Phone: (516)727-4653Fax: (516)727-0405
This links-style course is located near the Long Island Sound and was designed to reward the shotmaker. Even if you keep the ball in play and out of the thick fescue rough, you can still expect some awkward lies due to the hilly fairways. The greens don't offer much in the way of relief, instead they present a challenge by way of their small size and heavy undulation. The finishing hole is a 590-yard, par 5, featuring a slight dogleg left fairway. The narrow landing area is located between two man-made lakes and demands accuracy off the tee, while the green is protected by sand bunkers in front and bordered by fescue to the rear. If you enjoy a challenging round of golf, this course will not disappoint.
|Holes: 18||Greens: Bent Grass||Fairways: Bent Grass|
|Dress Code:||No denim, collared shirt and bermuda shorts required|
|Season:||Mar 1 to Nov 30|
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Course reviews for Long Island National Golf Course
Average Golfer Review (3.0 Stars):
Number of Reviews: 2
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| 2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
Lots of $$$$, Aug 01, 2004
from New York
|This was a very frustrating course for an advanced beginner (high 90's). Stay in the fairway or you can kiss you ball good-bye. That's not a problem because it rewards good shot-making. However, the cost is way over the top for what you get. If you haven't played here before, make sure you get the course layout booklet. Otherwise you will have no clue, and there is NO other description available. Did I mention that they charge a premium for that too? Bring your checkbook!|
| 3 of 7 people found the following review helpful:
wind wind wind, Feb 20, 2004
from LONG ISLAND
|Great course. Great shape. The only problem is the people you may play with. Every now and than you get the stuck-up Hampton type. If you can tune that kind of stuff out you will have a great time. My advice would be to play from the tips.|