This article is provided by the personal injury lawyers in Jericho, New York, from Banville Law, who brings family and friends to Old Westbury Golf & Country Club for some outdoor entertainment that everyone will love.
William C. Whitney, a political leader, and funder acquired the 530-acre estate of forest, hills, and valleys located upon one of the highest points on Long Island in 1887. It has served as the family's estate for three generations until it was purchased in 1960 by a Long Island developer.
After the purchase of the Whitney property, the new owner made the decision to sell 190 acres of land to a small group who had a dream to create Old Westbury's first country club. The property's remaining acres became part of the de Seversky Conference Center and the New York State Institute of Technology Old Westbury campus.
The golf course at Old Westbury offers guests three challenging 9-hole courses to choose from, along with a whopping 14 outdoor tennis courts, Pool Complex, Fitness Center, and Clubhouse. Members of the country club also have access to a banquet hall for special events, dining room, cocktail lounge, grill room, personal trainers, and gender-specific card rooms.
Visible to all members of the country club, The Tower stands as an iconic 187-foot-high landmark. This attraction was a once operating windmill that drew water from a nearby well for the Whitney estate. During World War II, the tower was used as a sightline by the military to have clear views of enemy aircrafts in the vicinity.
Today, it remains a symbol of Old Westbury and how it helped protect the community. After spending the day at Old Westbury, visit one of our favorite steakhouses nearby for a delicious dinner.
At Banville Law, our experienced Jericho, New York, personal injury lawyers have been providing legal services for victims of accidents for years. If you or someone you love has sustained injuries caused by an incident, contact our legal team to schedule your free consultation.
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