West Sayville Country Club the former estate of millionaire Anson Hard, and originally was named Meadow Edge for its sprawling salt meadows buffering the Great South Bay. West Sayville is an 18-hole par 72 course, which contains a lighted driving range, putting green, pro shop with locker and a full service restaurant and tennis courts. Golf lessons are also available. Signature Hole: 13th Hole – 401 Yards – Par 4
This hole usually plays longer than the yardage because of a prevailing south wind. The second shot is to an elevated undulating green with the Great South Bay and Fire Island as a backdrop.

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