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15 Hamptons golf clubs

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We mapped 15 Hamptons golf clubs to enjoy once the East End seasonal bustle returns. From historic public courses to renovated top-end clubs, here’s where you’ll hit the green this summer.

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Sebonack Golf Club

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Complete with water views of Peconic Bay and Cold Spring Pond, this 300-acre golf course was host to the 2013 US Women’s Open—which was the first time that the championship had been played on Long Island. While people come to this golf club to relax with the sport, there are some strict rules: no backwards hats allowed here.

National Golf Links of America

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The National Golf Links of America was founded in 1908 under Charles B. MacDonald, who had studied golf courses in Scotland and England before building this one in Southampton.

Shinnecock Hills Golf Club

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Shinnecock Hills has been host to the US Open four times in the past—2018 marked the fifth time the championship was held here. The club claims to be the oldest organized club in the US, to have the oldest clubhouse in the US, and that it’s the first club to admit women.

Southampton Golf Club

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Designed by famed golf course architect Seth Raynor, Southampton Golf Club recently got a renovation in 2011.

Can't complain

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Noyac Golf Club

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Founded in 1963, the private golf club opens back up in March and closes their season in November.

crushing drives and beers with dad. @raystolz

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The Bridge Golf Club

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This newer—and incredibly exclusive—golf club in the Hamptons had an initiation fee of $600,000 back in 2006. We can only imagine what that fee is going to be this summer.

Gardiner's Bay Country Club

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Located on Shelter Island, this course spans 160 acres. According to its website, “sections of the course date back to 1896” but more holes were added later on in 1915.

Atlantic Golf Club

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Atlantic Golf Course was designed by golf course architect Rees Jones—who designed more than 100 golf courses in his career. Atlantic was host to the Metropolitan Open in 1995.

Crème de la crème ⛳️ #golf #hamptons #newyork #summer

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Bridgehampton Golf Club

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One five-star Google reviewer commented: “Course is beguilingly difficult with monstrously deceptive greens. Members are top notch: friendly, good golfers and accommodating. Leave your innocence in your golf bag and be prepared for surprises.”

Poxabogue Golf Course

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Open to the public, this golf course was rated as one of Dan’s Papers “Best of the Best” in 2017 and 2016. Resident rates start at $18 for nine holes on the weekdays, and $30 for 18 holes.

Sag Harbor Golf Course

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The Sag Harbor Golf Course is a bit smaller than some of the major courses on the East End—the nine-hole facility is less than 50 acres in size, but can be played as 18 holes, too.

Maidstone Club

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The iconic Maidstone Country Club sits on the ocean, and has both an 18-hole and a nine-hole golf course.

East Hampton Golf Club

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This private golf club has a limited number of golf memberships, but offers a practice range, putting green, and a 21,000-square-foot clubhouse to its members.

South Fork Country Club

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This golf course was founded nearly 100 years ago as a nine-hole course, but increased to 18 holes in 2000. One of our readers pointed out that the club has boosted their initiation fee and has a “several year waiting list.”

Man, I missed this place. #MTK #theend

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Montauk Downs State Park Golf Course

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Originally developed in 1927, Montauk Downs was redesigned in 1968 to the golf course that it is now by Rees Jones and his father, Trent. There’s also a swimming pool and tennis courts on-site.

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Sebonack Golf Club

Complete with water views of Peconic Bay and Cold Spring Pond, this 300-acre golf course was host to the 2013 US Women’s Open—which was the first time that the championship had been played on Long Island. While people come to this golf club to relax with the sport, there are some strict rules: no backwards hats allowed here.

National Golf Links of America

The National Golf Links of America was founded in 1908 under Charles B. MacDonald, who had studied golf courses in Scotland and England before building this one in Southampton.

Shinnecock Hills Golf Club

Shinnecock Hills has been host to the US Open four times in the past—2018 marked the fifth time the championship was held here. The club claims to be the oldest organized club in the US, to have the oldest clubhouse in the US, and that it’s the first club to admit women.

Southampton Golf Club

Designed by famed golf course architect Seth Raynor, Southampton Golf Club recently got a renovation in 2011.

Can't complain

A post shared by Emily Wolff (@emilywolff17) on

Noyac Golf Club

Founded in 1963, the private golf club opens back up in March and closes their season in November.

crushing drives and beers with dad. @raystolz

A post shared by Kim Stolz (@kimmystolz) on

The Bridge Golf Club

This newer—and incredibly exclusive—golf club in the Hamptons had an initiation fee of $600,000 back in 2006. We can only imagine what that fee is going to be this summer.

Gardiner's Bay Country Club

Located on Shelter Island, this course spans 160 acres. According to its website, “sections of the course date back to 1896” but more holes were added later on in 1915.

Atlantic Golf Club

Atlantic Golf Course was designed by golf course architect Rees Jones—who designed more than 100 golf courses in his career. Atlantic was host to the Metropolitan Open in 1995.

Crème de la crème ⛳️ #golf #hamptons #newyork #summer

A post shared by Renée Skidmore (@reneegolf) on

Bridgehampton Golf Club

One five-star Google reviewer commented: “Course is beguilingly difficult with monstrously deceptive greens. Members are top notch: friendly, good golfers and accommodating. Leave your innocence in your golf bag and be prepared for surprises.”

Poxabogue Golf Course

Open to the public, this golf course was rated as one of Dan’s Papers “Best of the Best” in 2017 and 2016. Resident rates start at $18 for nine holes on the weekdays, and $30 for 18 holes.

Sag Harbor Golf Course

The Sag Harbor Golf Course is a bit smaller than some of the major courses on the East End—the nine-hole facility is less than 50 acres in size, but can be played as 18 holes, too.

Maidstone Club

The iconic Maidstone Country Club sits on the ocean, and has both an 18-hole and a nine-hole golf course.

East Hampton Golf Club

This private golf club has a limited number of golf memberships, but offers a practice range, putting green, and a 21,000-square-foot clubhouse to its members.

South Fork Country Club

This golf course was founded nearly 100 years ago as a nine-hole course, but increased to 18 holes in 2000. One of our readers pointed out that the club has boosted their initiation fee and has a “several year waiting list.”

Man, I missed this place. #MTK #theend

A post shared by Ryan Scanlon (@_scannzz) on

Montauk Downs State Park Golf Course

Originally developed in 1927, Montauk Downs was redesigned in 1968 to the golf course that it is now by Rees Jones and his father, Trent. There’s also a swimming pool and tennis courts on-site.