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Long Island National Golf Course

There are many beautiful golf courses to tee off at all across Long Island. Located in Riverhead just 15 minutes from the Hamptons and accessible to the general public, the Long Island National Golf Course is one of the fairest and most stunning golf courses in the area.

Designed by world famous golf course designer, Robert Trent Jones Jr., the course offers many recent improvements including new irrigation systems, re-built bunkers, clubhouse restoration and new golf carts. Originally built in 1999, on property owned by the Gatz family, the site was once a sprawling potato farm. Robert Trent Jones Jr., who has notably designed golf courses in Sweden, Hong Kong, Norway, Russia, Malaysia, Singapore and France, to name just a few, as well as throughout the United States, carries on a tradition of excellence in the family business of golf course design.

The Long Island National Golf Course was designed to offer a challenge to experienced golfers, and boasts the feel of a private club that the general public can enjoy. The happy hour scene is hopping at the club’s bar and grill and offers refreshments, cocktails and lunch. The lunch menu includes the ever popular rib-eye sandwich as well as a wide variety of salads made with fresh produce sourced from local Long Island farms.

Check out this events page for local golfing and charity events all over Long Island or this golf course resource page for links to other Long Island golf courses.

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