Quogue Field Club

6 Club Lane
Quogue 11959
Phone: (631) 653-9884
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One of the first 100 golf courses of America and perhaps the oldest in the Hamptons, this private golf course can be played as a full 18 holes or as an executive 9-hole game. It was designed by James Hepburn and R.B. Wilson in 1887 as a Scottish, links-style course. Although it is not huge in size, Quogue Field offers a tough and thoroughly entertaining game. The long course measures 6,146 yards and the short course is 5,230 yards. Both have a par value of 72. The terrain is basically flat with strategically placed sand bunkers, a water hazard on one hole and the unpredictability of frequent ocean breezes. The driving range, Pro shop, equipment rental, golfing lessons for individuals or groups, caddy services and alcohol-free dining facilities are available to members and their guests. The club is open year-round.
 

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