Oyster Bay Golf Links

The rare and harmonious blend of the golf architecture’s strategic and heroic philosophies is among the many adorable characteristics that the Oyster Bay Golf Links bear. Although the golf course is exceptionally fair, the ideal fusion of innovation and variety makes this adorable golf vacation destination a great venue for exciting golf games as well as relaxing breaks. In 1983, Golf Digest cited Oyster Bay as the “Resort Course of the Year”. Since then, this magnificent Dan Maples masterpiece has been receiving accolades from other various reputable publications worldwide.

The Oyster Bay Golf Links is nestled on the vast lands where fresh water lakes and marshes abound. And to make the entire golf course as challenging as it can be, Maples added up the cavernous bunkers, the marsh-oriented long and short holes, undulating greens, and the lengthy par 4s. While other layouts thriving in the area utilize the wood chips to accent tee boxes, this unique golf course uses the Oyster shells. Golfers must also try to come up with their own unique golfing techniques to pass through the 6,700-yard par 70 play.

Some of the challenging holes include the Par-4 3rd hole that carries large alternate greens situated on both sides of the pond, and the delicate 17th hole that was considered as one of the par 3s that bears an undersized green. And to complete the challenge, the Par-4 13th will surely test your golfing skills. It is a 330-yard play from the back tees and goes through a steeply elevated green guarded by enormous bunkers. How you’ll get over the diverse hazards, it is completely up to you. Make your golfing games more exciting. Play with family and friends. Look for golf vacation packages now and experience a relaxing break that is beyond compare.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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