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Gardiner’s Bay Country Club, located on the northwest tip of Shelter Island, N.Y., is more photogenic than Marissa Miller.  The irrigation-less, Seth Raynor design is as green as a football field in September, but thanks to the many sprawling areas of golden-brown fescue, still provides stunning contrast. Just a spectacular place.

This is what I saw:

The great Gardiner’s Bay logo greets all members, guests & hoppers.

The par-4 1st hole from the patio.

The extremely difficult, long par-3 fourth hole. Heads up for the wires.

Which ball washer are you supposed to use?

The approach into the par-5 6th hole.  Most severe left-to-right dogleg on the course.

Don’t hit it right off the tee on No. 8. Otherwise you’ll have to go over that thing.

Par-3 9th. Hole is like, really really good.

Approach to the stunning par-4 10th.

Ring the bell on No. 10 , avoid getting blindsided by a flying Titleist.

The second best shack in the entire world (Shake Shack still No. 1).

A look back to the clubhouse from No. 11.

A sailor’s paradise waits beyond the brush.

Three flags…Can you find ’em all?

Looking back down the 13th, the No. 1 handicap on the course.

One more of the clubhouse from the back nine. Couldn’t resist.


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