NY Times Profiles Sagaponack’s Poxabogue Golf Center


Looking for a quick and easy round of golf out in the Hamptons?  According to today’s New York Times, Poxabogue Golf Center in Sagaponack is a terrific option.

“The Pox,” as it is affectionately known, is a nine-hole public course, that the Times says is “expertly maintained.”  It’s a short nine holes, featuring just three par 4’s, the longest being 302 yards.  The facility is co-owned by the towns of Easthampton and Southhampton, and also has a full practice facility (including a seventy-five station driving range and practice bunkers) and teaching academy.

Most importantly, The Times details “Fairway,” Poxabogue’s restaurant, which recently underwent significant renovations, and features “gargantuan burgers,” fried eggs, sizzling bacon, and blueberry pancakes.

All of this at an incredibly affordable price:  a round at “The Pox” is just $18 for residents, and $32 for non-residents.

You can read the full Times article here and visit Poxabogue’s website for more:  www.poxgolf.com.



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