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Tournament Information

Tournament Information

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How NY Does Golf

How NY Does Golf

Fashion. Food. Do-or-Die Drama on a world stage. That's How New York Does Golf and what we're bringing you in 2017. Designer fashion and shopping, celebrity chefs and iconic New York dishes plus the PGA TOUR's top-125 in the FedExCup Playoffs fighting for their chance to keep their season alive. THE NORTHERN TRUST is New York's newest must-attend event, held at the exclusive Glen Oaks Club in Old Westbury on Long Island. This is #HowNYDoesGolf and we want to share it with you.
Golf's Best Food Experience

Golf's Best Food Experience

In 2017, THE NORTHERN TRUST is pulling out all the stops with it's exclusive on-course food experience. Partnering with Taste NY for the Taste NY Marketplace, fans will get to experience New York's most iconic celebrity chefs and venues. The dishes will have locally-sourced ingredients and fit perfectly within any foodie's Instagram feed.

Stay Tuned!

Check back soon for announcements on which celebrity chefs, major fashion brands and new experiences are coming to THE NORTHERN TRUST this year!
Local Information
Old Westbury, New York
The Town
Old Westbury, New York is located on Long Island and will mark the second-consecutive year the event is held on LI. Explore Long Island while you’re in the region for the 2017 THE NORTHERN TRUST. Visit nycgo.com for official information about hotels, restaurants, shops, nightlife and sporting events as well as exclusive deals and offers.
The Course
The Glen Oaks Club was formed in 1924 south of Lake Success on land purchased from the estate of William K. Vanderbilt, and later moved to the current site in Old Westbury. The course was designed by Joe Finger and opened for play in 1971. The 27 holes at Glen Oaks were largely unchanged until 2011, when Joel Weiman and Craig Currier, the superintendent of the club, led a renovation that was completed in 2014. Glen Oaks was named the 2015 Club of the Year by the Metropolitan Golf Writers Association.