It blends in a lot better with the landscape now that it is clad with wooden shingles. Yes, it is a big building, but it is very tastefully done. The first two pictures here were taken from the first tee of nearby National Golf Links of America. It's no wonder they are not thrilled with the building, given that it looks down on them.
I did a tour of the inside and it will be one of the nicest clubhouses in the country when completed shortly. There is a lot of custom woodwork in the building. The spiral staircase in the entry foyer and the custom made cherry lockers with the Sebonack logo carved in are magnificent.
The last two pictures are taken from Sebonack's 18th fairway looking back up the hill across the second fairway.
We are happy to have our photo included in Forbestraveler.com's feature article on The Most Expensive Private Golf Clubs.