Brookville Country Club

Among the lesser-known of Seth Raynor’s Long Island designs, the Brookville CC was created on a smaller scale than some of its more illustrious neighbors, and began with nine holes in 1922 before adding its second nine, two years later. Though its routing remained intact, the course underwent numerous changes to Raynor’s bunkering over the years, leaving it largely devoid of his unique flavor, prior to a 1996 restoration by Gil Hanse. Hanse did not recreate all of Raynor’s hazards, and actually added a few new bunkers of his own, but the net result was a far more Raynor-like track upon which several of the standard replicas appear. Chief among these are the 243-yard 3rd (a modified Biarritz missing two original bunkers), the 353-yard 9th (played to a Punchbowl green), the bunker-ringed 145-yard Short 11th, and the 195-yard 16th, an attractive reverse Redan. But there are also some notable originals present, including the 354-yard 2nd (with green tucked right, behind the trees and adjacent to some wild bunkering), the 306-yard 4th (a sharp dogleg left played to a post-Raynor green complex), the 437-yard dogleg right 6th and the 437-yard 12th, where Hanse added a Principal’s Nose bunker complex to inject some life to the tee ball. (from The American Private Golf Club Guide, Daniel Wexler, Second Edition)

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