opening in 1995, Colonial Springs has
been one of Long Islandís most popular golf courses. With its
challenging twenty-seven hole layout, originally designed by Arthur
Hills, and its convenient location just east of the Nassau/Suffolk
border, Colonial Springs is easy to get to and fun to play.
In 2004, Colonial
Springs announced its plan to convert to a private, members-only
club and hired world renowned golf course architect Robert Trent
Jones, Jr. to take the course to the next level. Over three
seasons, Mr. Jonesís work was carved into Colonialís sandy soil.
The final stage, the renovation of the Pines nine, was completed in
With beauty and ambiance, Colonial Springs is Long Island's most
alluring course and with one look at our grounds, it's easy to
understand why. Colonial Springs's spaciousness, sandy terrain,
and extensive oak and pine covering make it an ideal location for a
top-quality golf course. Additionally, its natural beauty and
sprawling hills provided the perfect inspiration for 27 holes of
world-championship caliber golf.
extensive renovation should lift Colonial Springs to rank among the top
private courses on golf-rich Long Island. Players who knew the 'old
Colonial' will be amazed and inspired by the variety and the beauty of the
challenge laid out before them," said Jones (pictured left).
With renovations completed, the early
reviews were in: Golf Digest nominated Colonial Springs for
the 'Best Renovation' in 2007.
With courses in 38 countries, Jones sets the standard for
quality golf course design. "We strive to create high-quality
golf courses that appear as if they were designed by nature," says
Robert Trent Jones, Jr. "Our courses are of the earth, but they are
for the spirit."