No. 9 Rock­away Hunt­ing C.,

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Lawrence, N.Y., 462-yard par 4. This tree­less dog­leg right hugs the shore­line of windswept Brosewere Bay. No. 10 Winged Foot G.C. (West), Ma­maro­neck, N.Y., 190-yard par 3. The leg­endary hole once de­scribed as “a 3-iron into some guy’s bed­room win­dow.” No. 11 Quaker Ridge G.C., Scars­dale, N.Y., 406-yard par 4. The in­no­cent-look­ing stream in the far-left rough slices di­ag­o­nally in front of the green. No. 12 Plain­field (N.J.) C.C., 588-yard par 5. A me­an­der­ing stream bed poses a se­ries of gam­bles from tee to green. No. 13 Beth­page State Park G. Cse. (Red), Farm­ing­dale, N.Y., 400-yard par 4. A long clus­ter of bunkers splits the fair­way into right and left op­tions. No. 14 Gal­lop­ing Hill G. Cse., Ke­nil­worth, N.J., 400-yard par 4. Blind off the tee, blind into the green, and un­for­get­table. No. 15 Fen­way G.C., Scars­dale, N.Y., 301-yard par 4. A tiny hole with a won­der­fully perched putting sur­face that slopes severely. No. 16 Bay­onne (N.J.) G.C., 486-yard par 4. A penin­sula green in New York Har­bour has an in­dus­trial sky­line as a back­drop. No. 17 Shore­haven G.C., Nor­walk, Conn., 196-yard par 3. The green is framed by bunkers and the Long Is­land Sound tidal marsh. No. 18 Trump G. Links at Ferry Point, Bronx, N.Y., 576-yard par 5. The sweep­ing fin­ish­ing hole has the White­stone Bridge loom­ing above the putting sur­face. golfdigestme. com

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