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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Montauk Downs State Park is a state park in Montauk, New York, USA. The park is located in Suffolk County near the eastern tip of Long Island's South Fork, about 1 mile (1.6 km) east of the village of Montauk. Montauk Downs State Park includes an 18-hole championship golf course, driving range, tennis courts, swimming pool, and restaurant facilities. Montauk Downs has been consistently rated as one of America's top public golf courses. In 2009, it was ranked second overall in the ...
... you an idea of how tough it was. It was 100 meters longer than Pymble off the back and only a par 70. Tough! Vehicle 2 did a stop at the shops on the way home and we are readying for a BBQ at home. Lots of sport coming up over the coming days, Ryder Cup, AFL Finals and NRL semis so some boys having a snooze this afternoon getting ready for it all. Balls lost count unbelievably ZERO. Handbag Award ...
The Maidstone Club is a private country club on the Atlantic Ocean in the village of East Hampton, New York. In addition to a private beach, pool, tennis house, and club house, Maidstone has both an 18-hole and 9-hole private golf course. The Club derives its name from the original name for East Hampton, which was Maidstone, named after Maidstone in England. It was founded as a nine hole course in 1891 and expanded ...
National Golf Links of America is a prestigious links-style golf course in Southampton, New York, located on Long Island between Shinnecock Hills Golf Club and Peconic Bay. Though the course is noted for hosting the initial Walker Cup in 1922, which the United States won 8 and 4, it has never hosted a major men's championship. The Walker Cup was again held at National in 2013. The private club has been ...
It was a fine, sunny day as we drove out of Manhattan across The Ed Koch Queensboro Bridge (59th Street Bridge), in a zippy white Nissan Maxima sporting Florida plates. It may have accounted for some of the "toots" I received from jealous, assuming New Yorkers put-out by what they perceived as two young, smiling "Garden State" upstarts driving on two wheels and "Feelin' Groovy...."
The song remained the same, looping around my skull, as too did the recollection of the ...