Due to weather, please call the golf shop to see if we are open. For any questions, email us:
To make everyone's experience pleasant and safe in the golf shop, please adhere to the following:
Golf shop is open daily to rent our brand new electric golf carts and pull carts (weather permiting in the winter), buy merchandise, range tokens and range plans, gift certificates, instruction and more. Gift Certificates available. Great gift ideas. Beautiful driving range open.
To rent electric carts, you must bring a readable green fees ticket with you to the golf shop. If receipt on your phone, please have it open and available to see read it.
Please decide outside the building and ahead of time:
Which person in your group is paying for everyone. Please come into the golf shop to pay once all your party has arrived and is accounted for.
NY State does not want us to load/unload your golf bag(s). If you would be so kind to help please remove your garbage from cart after play. Thank you
Range Golf Ball Plans:
We are encouraging all our customers to purchase a range plan to reduce the foot traffic in our building and golf shop. Plans posted on our site above. See tab.
If you want to make a tee time, please do not call the golf shop. Unfortunutley we do not have access to NY State tee time reservations system. You will have to go on line:
If any issues, please call 631-269-5351.
Golf Shop purchases:
Phone orders 631-544-0036
If you want to come into the golf shop, please wear a face covering (please shirts pulled up over your face not acceptable). NY State requires you to wear a mask. We thank you in advance for repecting our employees safety and yours. Our employees thank you for your understanding.
Sunken Meadow Golf Course features 27 beautiful holes of golf at Governor Alfred E. Smith Sunken Meadow State Park in Kings Park, NY.
Golf course architect Alfred H. Tull (1897-1982) designed what are today the Red and Green Courses in 1962. Tull, who designed the Yellow Course and redesigned the Blue Course at Bethpage State Park in the 1950s, was noted for laying out golf courses without consulting topographical maps. Only after his routing of the course was complete did he overlay his plan on topographical maps. The result seems to be golf courses which make maximum use of the existing terrain. In the case of Sunken Meadow State Park that terrain is somewhat hilly and variable, surrounded by mature woodlands; resulting in an attractive and relaxing outdoor experience for golfers. The view of the Long Island Sound from the golf driving range is stunning in its beauty.