National Golf Links of America (1/5)

The National Golf Links of America was founded in 1908 under the leadership of Charles B. Macdonald.  The golf course was constructed  with the assistance of Southampton engineer, Seth Raynor. It is a prestigious links-style golf course in Southampton, New York, located on Long Island between Shinnecock Hills Golf Club and Peconic Bay.
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.
This private 18 hole course covers 253 acres.


Address: Sebonac Inlet Rd, Southampton, NY 11968, USA
Phone: +1 631-283-0410

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