New York

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Talk about bucket list golf! In a triangle sits a few of the best courses in the world, Shinnecock, Sebonack and Nationals. Cross the bay and find Friars Head as a finishing treat of the trip.

Mr Sunday customised the trip according to your liking! If you want to extend the trip, we could also include Garden city, Liberty National and other courses around NY. All of these courses suits good golfers and we recommend the setup being best executed late spring or autumn.

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DAy 1

Arrival day to New York, transfer to private house. The chef has prepared a relaxed dinner paired with fine wines.

 
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Day 2

Sebonack has been carved out of land which seems to have been long-destined to become a golf course.

Sebonack features holes that offer panoramic views of Long Island’s Great Peconic Bay. The visual impact of the water vistas competes for the golfer’s eye with the rolling fairways, expansive bunkers and waste dunes, and undulating greens that present tricky swales and burrows. Meant to look as if manicured by time, Sebonack appears to have fashioned itself from the wild terrain.

Jack Nicklaus and Tom Doak, two designers with dramatically different styles, have used the natural contours and features of the land to create a unique look. The result is that Sebonack looks quite different from its illustrious neighbors and provides a strong golfing challenge for players of all calibers.

 
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DAY 3

Founded in 1891, Shinnecock Hills GC is the oldest incorporated golf club and was one of the five founding member clubs of the USGA.

Shinnecock is laid out utilizing the natural topography of the Shinnecock Hills, and resembles a number of the courses on the British Isles. It has long been recognized as one of the top courses of the world, and has been the scene of the U.S. Open Championship multiple times, the latest in 2018.

 
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DAY 4

Play the 3rd and perhaps the most exciting of the courses in the area, the National Golf Links of America.

The National was founded in 1908 and after studying many of the courses in Scotland and England, Mr. Macdonald set out to build a first class course in the United States which would incorporate many of the better qualities of golf courses in the British Isles. Among the famous holes represented at the National are the Road Hole and Eden from St. Andrews, Alps from Prestwick, Redan from North Berwick and Sahara from Sandwich. The National has inspired a number of golf architects who have made frequent visits to study some of its challenging and enduring features.

 
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DAY 5

The last day the guests are in for a treat, Friars Head is designed by Coore & Crenshaw. A rugged adventure with enormous undulating greens and is a real WOW course. Be ready to be surprised by the last 6 holes.

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Price from 6.000 USD/person