Bethpage State Park

4Reviews
5Golf courses
18Holes
$130$150
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About the club Bethpage State Park

Bethpage State Park is lovingly referred to as the “People’s Country Club.” The crown jewel of the facility, the legendary Black Course, designed by A. W. Tillinghast, opened in 1936. The Black served as the site of the 2002 and 2009 US Open Championships. Nationally Ranked as one of the Top 10 Public Courses, it has a reputation as one of the most…
Founded
1936
Green fee weekdays
$130
Green fee weekend
$150
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Total score of Bethpage State Park

General impression3.1
Course maintenance8.9
Facilities6.9
Clubhouse7.9
Value for money8.3
Hospitality7.5
Surroundings9.4

Courses at Bethpage State Park

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9.5
4 reviews
Black Course 1/5
Holes: 18
The Black Course is a difficult and challenging course that should be played only by low-handicap golfers. The course is for walkers only and its slope rating is one of the highest in the northeast. This was one of the last courses designed by master golf course architect A.W. Tillinghast, and is said by many to be his finest work. The Black Course
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Blue Course 2/5
Holes: 18
The Blue Course was one of the three courses designed by Tillinghast. In 1960, it was redesigned by Alfred Tull to provide room for the Yellow Course. The front nine are considered very challenging, with an easier back nine to finish a round of golf. Some of the slopes are fairly steep.
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Green Course 3/5
Holes: 18
The Green Course is the first of the five courses at Bethpage. Originally called the Lenox Hills Course, it was redesigned when the Black, Red and Blue Courses were built. This is a gently-sloped course that features small greens. It is considered an excellent course for the novice and casual golfer, yet it can be challenging when played from the r
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8.0
1 review
Red Course 4/5
Holes: 18
The Red Course is a very different Tillinghast course. It features long par 4s and dogleg holes and one of the toughest starting holes in the country.
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Yellow Course 5/5
Holes: 18
The Yellow Course was opened for play in 1958. The Yellow, with a few steep slopes, is considered by many to be the easiest of the five courses. It can be a challenge to the novice and casual golfer but, when played from the Championship tees, can be a true test of a golfer's skills. Some of the original Tillinghast holes from the old blue course m

Latest reviews of Bethpage State Park

Played on: 22 April 2021 Review date: 22 April 2021Handicap: 2
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Played on: 7 August 2019 Review date: 16 August 2019Handicap: 8
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Played Bethpage Black, the PGA championship course from this year. Course was in great shape, played the blues (close to back tees) at 6850 yards a very long course. If you are in the rough it will cost you a shot, but a very good and clever golf course. Lots of side lies, greens with multiple tiers etc. A true test of golf!
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