Local resident Seth Raynor designed this 18-hole private golf course free of charge in 1925. It sits comfortably nestled between the National and the Shinnecock Hills courses. Three tees offer golfers a choice of games. The distance from the longest tees is 6,287 yards. The par value is 70 with a rating of 71.3 and a slope of 129. While the front nine holes are very hilly and uneven, the back nine are relatively flat. There are four ponds that become water hazards to four holes. Wind is always a factor to be considered when playing here. Walking the course is permitted. Amenities include equipment rentals, a Pro shop, an in-house pro teacher, a 75-tee driving range, practice areas, beverage cart, snack bar, full bar and a restaurant. The club is open from April through November.