This 1965 municipal golf course offers players a choice of a 9-hole or an 18-hole course. The 9-hole is a par-3 with small, undulating greens and narrow fairways over hilly terrain. There are neither sand bunkers nor water hazards to avoid. The 18-hole course is also hilly and tight with tree-lined fairways and greens that are slightly sloping. While there are no water hazards, numerous sand bunkers can make the game more interesting to play. Both layouts are fairly short and offer several opportunities for risk/reward choices. Golfers of all skill levels will enjoy the unique challenges at Smithtown Landing and will find ample opportunities to work on their short game. This well-maintained course is tucked away in a residential neighborhood on the banks of the Nissequogue River. In addition to the typical golf amenities, it maintains an on-site classroom for golf instruction. Workshops are regularly scheduled by the in-house teaching pro. A bar and café are also on-site. The course is open to non-residents during the week and also when they play with a Smithtown resident on the weekend.