A Shinnecock Hills Golf Club experience! 18-holes for 2
- Item Number
- Estimated Value
- $4,250 USD to to8c740e4
- Number of Bids
- 17 - Bid History
Tee off with a friend at the historic Shinnecock Hills Golf Club, home of the 2018 U.S. Open. Winner must golf with donor, who is one of the board members of The Jazz Gallery. Schedule to be determined pending donor?s availability and Shinnecock?s schedule.
Valid for 2 people for the spring of 2019, to be determined with donor.
Shinnecock Hills Golf Club, founded in 1891, is one of the historic golfing institutions in the United States. It is the oldest incorporated golf club and was one of the five founding member clubs of the USGA. The Clubhouse, built in 1892, was the work of the architectural firm of McKim, Mead and White. While in character it remains substantially the same as a century ago, it has enjoyed several expansions and renovations in the intervening decades, before undergoing a major restoration completed in 2016.
The original twelve hole golf course was designed by Willie Davis, and expanded to eighteen holes in the spring of 1895. These links were revised four times before the present course, designed by William Flynn and built by Dick Wilson of Toomey and Flynn, was opened for the 1931 season.
Shinnecock is laid out utilizing the natural topography of the Shinnecock Hills, and resembles a number of the courses on the British Isles. It has long been recognized as one of the top courses of the world, and has been the scene of notable U.S.G.A. events since its beginning. These include the second U.S. Open Championship and U.S. Amateur in 1896, the Women?s Amateur in 1900, and the Walker Cup Match in 1977. The U.S. Open Championship was held at Shinnecock again in 1986, and in 1995 for the 100th anniversary of the Open, and again in 2004 and 2018.
The 2026 U.S. Open Championship will be held at Shinnecock.
Item Special Note
Winning bidder to arrange mutually agreeable time. Winning bidder will be the guest of one of The Jazz Gallery board members for an 18-hole game.
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