All About Golf in Cutchogue, NY

When you hear of Cutchogue, the first thing to come to mind is wine. After all, this charming little hamlet in Southold is known all over the world for being a first class wine country. This little part of Long Island is also famous for its award winning golf courses, While staying at your Cutchogue Bed and Breakfast, make time to visit at least a few of these courses.

Cedars Golf Club
305 Cases Lane Ext
Cutchogue, NY 11935
(631) 734-6363

Take a trip from your Cutchogue inn to this 9-hole golf course that features 1,120 yards of golf, the longest tees for a par of 27. This course was artfully designed by Russel Case just before it opened in 1964. Today, it is managed by Henry Stasiukiewicz who sees to it that the golf club not only offers challenging games but also a relaxing atmosphere to those who didn't come to play but only to watch and hang out.

North Fork Country Club
26342 Main Rd
Cutchogue, NY 11935
(631) 734-7139

Another must-visit golf course in Cutchogue is the North Fork Country Club. It has 18 holes on its massive spread of 6,160 yards, par 71. The course is rated 70.4 while the slope rating is 126 on rye grass. Donald J. Ross designed this golf course, which opened in 1912. Being one of the oldest in the area, some people consider it a historic site as well. It's located about a mile from Cutchogue.  

Laurel Links Country Club
6400 Main Rd
Laurel, NY 11948
(631) 298-4300
www.laurellinkscc.com

This golf course is located five miles away from Cutchogue. You'll be amazed at the design of the fairways and waterways here. Having 18 holes over its 7,018 yards, par 71, this place offers various playing levels for beginners and seasoned golfers. The course rating is 68.7 while the slope rating is 121 on bent grass. It was designed by Kelly Blake Morgan. The course opened in 2002. 

Noyac Golf Club
51 Wildwood Rd
Sag Harbor, NY 11963
(631) 725-1800
www.noyacgolfclub.com

Located six miles from the Cutchogue Center, the Noyac Golf Club is frequented by tourists from different parts of the world. They come here to play at the 18-hole, 6,866-yard golf course with a par of 72. The course is rated 74.3, and the slope rating is 135 on bent Grass. It first opened in 1963 with a course designed masterfully by William F. Mitchell. Green fairways and tees are spread on the course. It also features a driving range and putting green. For non-players, the clubhouse is a great place to hang out and unwind. There's also a fully equipped Pro Shop if you like to do some shopping.