Cool vibe, a strange mix of ppl old young including some 7 year old kids in the dance floor. The beer is overpriced, I'm talking a lil 10 oz cup of beer for 7 dollars shit is CRAZY! I wouldn't bother eating here from the reviews I have read the food is expensive and not good
This course is west of the parking lot at Field 2.
Besides the fact that it's a long walk from the bus stop, and that there are no signs denoting where to walk or what path to walk on, this is a great par 3 course with great vending machines. The greens were tough and sandy which made them easy to bounce off of and the condition of the course wasn't great, but the price was right. It's pretty much the best part of Robert Moses.
I'd never played golf before, but my aunt offered to give me a quick overview on this course. I had worked as a waitress at a golf club before, and was worried I'd be heckled by snobby "golf people," but I was so surprised to find everyone was very patient and friendly. I don't think we took much longer than the average pair, and we did skip a hole out of courtesy, but the people behind us never complained and the course was big enough that we only overlapped once or twice. The course is not perfectly manicured, if you're a real pro maybe this would bother you, but for novices and beginners you can't beat it. It's absolutely beautiful to walk along the course and hear the ocean around you. We even had to stop our game to let a mother and baby deer walk across the fairway! My only warning is there's tons of poison ivy, so bring plenty of extra balls. If you hit one into the woods, it's probably too buried in a poison ivy thatch to retrieve.
This is a par 3 pitch and putt golf course, despite teh fact that the 13th hole is labeled a par 4. I mean it is only 110 years yards long. Anyway picth and put is the only type of golf I play, and over the years the course here has been mantained much, much better than the one at the Jones Beach State Park. There are soem preet nice views of the ocean, and the holes are not too close together considering it is a public course... A top, top pro woudl probably shoot close to a 40... Me I've shot a 76 at the Jones Becah course, but never, I think, an 80, at this one.