Shinnecock Hills Golf Club 16th Hole


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The narrow green of this scenic par 5 is framed by Shinnecock Hills' historic clubhouse. Although No. 16 usually plays into the prevailing wind, making it a particularly challenging test, at the 2004 U.S. Open eventual champion Retif Goosen birdied the hole three times over his four rounds.
American Flag at Shinnecock Hills
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The American flag waves in the wind next to Shinnecock Hills' historic clubhouse during the final round of the 2004 U.S. Open.
Historic Shinnecock Hills clubhouse
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The Standford White designed clubhouse at Shinnecock Hills overlooks the golf course and Peconic Bay.
Lady Golfers of Shinnecock Hills
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Posed in front of the clubhouse, eight lady golfers, including 1896-1898 U.S. Women's Amateur champion Beatrix Hoyt (kneeling, far right), are dressed in typical golf attire for turn-of-the-century women.
Shinnecock Hills -- 1986 U.S. Open
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A large gallery forms around the first tee to watch reigning Masters champion Jack Nicklaus at Shinnecock Hills G.C. in Southampton, N.Y., at the 1986 U.S. Open.
Shinnecock Hills clubhouse
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Members gather on the porch of the historic Shinnecock Hills clubhouse, ca. 1900.