Sebonack Golf Club takes center stage for this week's U.S. Women's Open

Among the many loves of Jack Nicklaus are seaside golf and USGA Championships. This week those two loves share the same frame when his collaborative design at Sebonack Golf Club, overlooking the picturesque Peconic Bay in Southampton, NY, hosts the U.S. Women’s Open.
Sebonack is the spectacular 7-year-old co-design of Nicklaus and Tom Doak—a Top-100 layout that debuted in 2006 to rave reviews and won Golf Digest’s award for the “Best New Private Course in America.” Beginning Thursday, America’s national championship will be played out on this links layout that showcases wide, undulating playing areas, waste dunes, rugged bunkering, and large greens with plenty of spice and challenging movement. It is the vision of owner Michael Pascucci—a Nicklaus neighbor in North Palm Beach, Fla., and member at The Bear’s Club—and the first-ever co-design by Nicklaus and Doak. There are elements distinctive to each designer.

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