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April 06, 2011

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Blumpkin8er

I wish i had found this website a lot sooner than today. i started this year trying to play all the courses on long island. I am about 3/4 of the way through and it has been great. Just a few comments.

Hole #11 - Eisenhower Blue is the course i play the most because its in my back yard but it should not be anywhere on this list. there are a lot of great courses on LI and that is not anywhere near the top of the list. how about #11 at Mill Pond where you have to either bomb a drive over a river you cant see or lay up and have a long 2nd shot. or if you want a par 5 why not #11 at Pine Ridge? much better par 5 in my book.

Hole #18 - i do not dissagree with this pick at all, i just dont know how The Links at Cherry Creek #18 is not in there. its the only par 6 on the island. i admit it might be a little bit of a gimmick but its still cool to play a 670 yard hole.

Phil

Thanks for the comments. Those are all great holes but this "18" was only made up of holes on Nassau County courses. We'll get to a Suffolk 18 at some point.

Blumpkin8er

wow sorry about that i saw Timber Point and guess i just went with it. im looking foward to seeing the Suffolk 18, that would be a fun course. also do you guys have a flyover of the woods course at cherry creek?

this really is a great website thanks again guys.

The double bogey man

Number 8 at Cantiague is quite a hole. I suppose you cannot compare it with the Black Course, and while I have not played it 25 years I do remember it being a par 3 over 230 yards.

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