The Bridge occupies some 300 acres with fine views of Sag Harbor. The property was once home to the great, old Bridgehampton Motor Racing Circuit. The theme is very much in the spirit of the automobile.
The East course at Oak Hill Country Club grabs all the golfing limelight, but golfers who want to play a largely unaltered 1926 Donald Ross layout should head for the West course.
Another minimalist Coore & Crenshaw design from the start of the new millennium, the course at East Hampton Golf Club occupies a compact, 126-acre property, with fairways set out in two distinct nines.
Robert Trent Jones Snr designed the course at Crag Burn Golf Club with half the holes routed through dense forest and the other half laid out around open meadowland.
Century Country Club was formed in 1898, but its current course dates back to 1924 when Harry Colt’s partner, C.H. Alison, designed it.
Created for the Austro-Hungarian born Adolph Zukor, film mogul and founder of Paramount Pictures, the course at Paramount Country Club was originally designed by A.W. Tillinghast in 1920.
Framed by the Manhattan skyline, Trump Golf Links at Ferry Point is a Jack Nicklaus Signature Design. Situated on top of a former landfill site, it’s the first golf course built in New York City in more than fifty years.
Laid out on the southern shores of Otsego Lake, looking onto Blackbird Bay, the fairways of the Leatherstocking golf course (formerly known as Cooperstown Country Club) lie less than a mile from the National Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown.
The North Shore Country Club course is a C. B. Macdonald and Seth Raynor redesign of Devereux Emmet’s 1912 Glenwood Country Club layout. Tom Doak has since revised the course for its new owner.
Mike DeVries completed the upgrade of the original Seth Raynor layout at Sunningdale Country Club in 2016, rebuilding the greens and rerouting the last three holes to provide a more exciting finish.