One of Long Island’s most storied golf courses has inked a deal to host The Barclays tournament three times in the next 12 years. New York State officials announced Tuesday that Bethpage Black – the most difficult of five golf courses located at Bethpage State Park – will host The Barclays tournament in 2021 and […]
Conditions outside may be less than optimal for golf right now, but that doesn’t mean you have to wait until March or April before getting out onto the course. As long as there isn’t any snow on the ground, most of the Island’s golf courses will remain open throughout the winter. Make sure to call […]
Have a golfer in your life who’s a little blue this time of year? Cheer them up with some great gifts this holiday season they’ll be itching to use out on the course. Long Island Golf News has rounded up a few items shoppers may want to take a look at when deciding on a […]
UPDATED: Golfers who have played at any of the five Nassau County-owned and operated courses over the last few days may have noticed a slight increase in prices. The changes were approved in the middle of June, and just recently took effect.
Rocky Point’s Rolling Oaks Golf Course offers a full 18-hole experience with a large amount of Par-3s and only two Par-5s, meaning it’s shorter than many other Long Island golf courses. Total par for the course is 65.
There are probably about 30-ish golf course communities in Nassau and Suffolk, from right on the Nassau-Queens border all the way out to the Hamptons.
Port Jefferson Country Club has cut the ribbon on a $2-million renovation project that included the installation of a new irrigation system and various bunker revamps.
Just as quickly and silently as it closed, Wading River’s Great Rock Golf Course reopened last week, bringing with it some new – albeit still undisclosed – owners.
Engineers Country Club is calling a mulligan, engaging in a multiyear restoration that will bring the course back to its early-1900s roots leading by Tripp Davis.
Spring Lake is a challenging, but enjoyable course, especially good for testing all aspects of your game. Prices are fair, ranging from $21 to $68 depending on what day and course you play.