Welcome to Smithtown Landing Country Club
The facilities include 6,000-square-foot and 3,500-square-foot putting greens with surrounding short game shot areas, a practice sand trap, irons driving range, and a swing plane practice area. A building adjacent to the range houses a mirror-lined video review room. The classroom houses an expansive video library and reference posters unmatched at any other facility.
18 Hole regulation municipal course open to the general public:
Tuesday-Sunday, May 1st – October 31st and Holiday Mondays
Seven days a week, November 1 – April 30th
Blue Tee 69.3/127, White Tee 68.1/125, and Red Tee 69.7/117
9 Hole Par Three Course “The Learning Links”
Driving Range and Two Practice Greens
Pro Shop, Clubhouse, Pool, and catering facilities
Spectacular views of Nissequogue River
Smithtown Landing Country Club is committed to providing all guests with the most enjoyable golf experience possible. To uphold these standards we ask all of our guests to join the team and conduct themselves in a manner consistent with good taste and consideration for others, both on and off the course.
The following suggestions may be helpful to you.
Golf is a game of traditions. Traditionally golfers (both adults and children) dress in a fashion befitting the game.
Shirts: Shirts should either be collared shirts or have sleeves if not collared shirts should be tucked in at all times.
Slacks or Bermuda-length shorts, skirts, and dresses are considered appropriate.
Caps or hats should have the brim facing forward.
The following items of clothing for both men and women and children are not considered appropriate golf course attire: Cargo shorts, tank tops, tee shirts, mesh shirts, sweat pants, warm-up suits, jeans, denim apparel, spandex, nylon and like attire, swimwear, short shorts, cut-offs, gym shorts, and tennis outfits.
Mobile devices are discouraged on the golf course and in the Club House. If you have a situation that requires you to keep your phone on, please turn the ringer off while on the course and remove yourself from the hearing distance of all golfers when speaking.