Golf On Long Island's Phil Carlucci will talk about his book Images of America: Long Island Golf on September 28 as part of the Huntington Historical Society's "Lunch & Learn" series. Society members and non-members are invited to attend the event, which will take place at Black & Blue Seafood Chophouse in Huntington.
The book discussion will focus on Long Island golf history, including the emergence of private and public courses, the boom and bust periods of local golf, and the many courses that were lost over the region's 125-year golf history. Signed copies of Long Island Golf will be available for purchase. A three-course lunch is included in the $50 admission ($45 for society members). Reservations are required and can be made online at the Huntington Historical Society website.
Huntington's "Lunch & Learn" events are monthly discussions that combine local food with a look back at Long Island's rich history. All lectures begin at 12 p.m. and last approximately two hours. For a 2016-17 schedule, or for more information about the series, visit Huntington's Lunch & Learn page.
And for more information on Long Island Golf, visit the book page here at Golf On Long Island.