Sebonack: A Meeting of the Minds - Nicklaus Companies

Sebonack: A Meeting of the Minds

Here were 300 acres hard by Long Island’s Great Peconic Bay and Cold Spring Pond, beautiful property, and Macdonald, a driving force in the creation of the United States Golf Association, decided he wanted a tract a little farther inland, where he built National Golf Links of America in 1908.
Nearly 100 years later, Sebonack Golf Club opened next door to National Golf Links, a creation authored by four-time U.S. Open champion Jack Nicklaus and course architect Tom Doak – an unlikely design team put together by developer Michael Pascucci, who had purchased Macdonald’s leftovers for $42 million.

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