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.