Inwood Country Club (private)
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50 Peppe Drive
Inwood, NY   11096
p: 516.239.4454

This course has very lush fairways, greens that putt true, and beautiful views of the Jamaica Bay. The course was designed with the intermediate player in mind. The fairways are predominantly flat, but there are some mounds that can cause uneven lies. There are two double-tiered undulating greens. This club hosted the 1921 PGA Tournament and the 1923 U.S. Open. Hole #10, a 106-yard, par 3, is the shortest par 3 in U.S. Open history. The signature hole is #18, a 408-yard, par 4, which has a water channel in front of its slightly sloped green. There is a plaque on the right side of the fairway on this hole where Bobby Jones hit the shot that won him the 1923 U.S. Open. There are protected wetlands, the Jamaica Bay, a creek, and four ponds that come into play on over half the holes. Herbert Strong (1911), Hal Purdy (1959), Frank Duane (1972), and Tom Doak (1998) have done redesigns on this course. Tee times are done by a lottery system, one week in advance. The guests of club members are normally not allowed to play until after the fields are out on weekends. The scorecard listed shows the handicap ratings for the men's white tees and the red tees, but there are additional handicaps for the blue and black tees that are not listed.

Practice Facilities:
Driving range (mats, grass)

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Motorized carts
Walking ok

Open February 1 to December 1
Dress code
No metal spikes

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