White/Red at Timber Point Country Club
|Red (W)||72||5164 yards||64.2||107|
|Blue M: 71.1/125||338||495||155||362||489||137||390||370||405||3141||319||165||486||450||193||389||556||427||315||3300||6441|
|White M: 69.5/122||308||465||136||344||474||120||372||353||393||2965||300||156||455||425||174||366||517||410||290||3093||6058|
|Gold M: 66.2/111||299||417||115||334||446||110||357||338||365||2781||290||142||410||399||168||348||460||387||282||2886||5667|
|Red W: 64.2/107||269||365||100||316||405||97||343||321||341||2557||252||132||365||343||162||308||407||372||266||2607||5164|
Good Long Island Muni
Played this course heading toward 2018 U.S. Open at Shinnecock, and it's readily close to the ISP MacArthur Long Island airport, less than 20 minutes away. 3 nines provide enough variety and flow. Played the Red-Blue combo and finished in just over 4 hours. Seems to be a classic old country club turned public course as the clubhouse was a classic old wooden structure. Staff got us out and answered questions friendly and helpful. Little or no wind the day we played. The Blue 9 is right out on the water, nice views. Conditions were very good to excellent. I'd play this again given the value and conditions.
The course is a tale of 2 nines. The red course is a very mediocre municipal style course. Not bad, just boring and in normal shape. The blue course however, is absolutely beautiful. I think 5 of the 9 holes were on the bay with spectacular views. The course was not overly difficult, but it was well worth the money we spent. The restaurant had great food and had a nice setup. I would definitely recommend this to the weekend warrior type golfers.