This 18-hole private golf course dates back to the rich and the famous of the 1920s. The traditional links-like course was designed by C.B. Macdonald in 1925 and later re-worked by Seth Raynor. It measures 6,454 yards from its longest tees and has a par of 70, a slope of 130 and a rating of 71.5. Immaculate conditioning has created a park-like environment and very fast, unique greens, including a tricky punchbowl arrangement. Many of the fairways are tree-lined and straightforward, but the constant wind factor keeps every play interesting. Throughout the course, players can enjoy magnificent views of Long Island Sound. Creek Club also offers a driving range, putting green, on-site golf professional and food and bar services. Walking is allowed on this thoroughly compelling and memorable course.