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HOLE NO. 1: par 4, 396 yards
Plays as hole No. 2 for club members. Possibly the hardest hole on the course, requiring a long drive over a fairway bunker and a second shot that avoids a steep greenside bunker on the right. "You've got to keep it left," Kellie Stenzel said. | (Credit: Sebonack Golf Club)

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Sebonack Golf Club: Hole-by-hole look

Sebonack Golf Club appears to be a strategic layout, which challenges golfers to set up approach shots to very challenging greens at the U.S. Women's Open. Newsday's Mark Herrmann surveys that strategy, with insight from several experts, including Kellie Stenzel, one of Golf magazine's Top 100 teachers, who has played on several women's pro tours and is a former teaching pro at Sebonack.

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