Shinnecock Hills Golf Course
The course simply known as 'Shinnecock' remains an American classic. William Flynn's 1930s redesign of C.B. Macdonald and Seth Raynor's work has withstood the test of time. Shinnecock Hills, a par 70 of 7,440 yards, is the only course to host a U.S. Open in three different centuries - 1896, 1886, 1996, 2004 and 2018. Its wispy tall grasses waving in the wind give it the majestic look and feel of an inland links. Its rolling topography stands tall, even within golf's most exclusive addresses. The National Golf Links of America and Sebonack are famous neighbors on New York's Long Island.
|Red M: 74.4/140||399||220||469||409||537||453||189||394||435||3505||415||159||469||374||463||409||540||180||426||3435||6940|
|Green M: 72.3/134||388||197||440||378||400||418||178||354||410||3163||406||150||427||360||445||400||512||167||400||3267||6430|
|Blue M: 70.3/129 W: 76.3/140||387||187||410||367||488||375||166||320||379||3079||400||144||399||350||436||355||464||142||372||3062||6141|
|White M: 67.1/125 W: 72.5/131||373||159||390||303||415||362||136||285||307||2730||340||121||396||325||361||288||406||140||289||2666||5396|
Built on stolen land.
It is build on stolen Shinnecock land. They use the Shinnecock logo and name and do not pay royalties to the Shinnecock tribe. They do not even let them on the course. When the course was build numerous Shinnecock burial sites were found and desecrated. DO NOT PLAY THERE. GIVE THE LAND BACK!!
ALS Benefit Tournament
Awesome experience to play an American Classic. Tough but very fun course and an awesome staff. Thank you big time to Shinnecock for allowing the ALS to play there. Truly a world class experience!