Sebonack Golf Club in Southampton, New York is the host of the 2013 U.S. Women's Open. (All photos provided by the USGA.)
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Sebonack was designed by Jack Nicklaus and Tom Doak in 2006. (Pictured: 2nd Hole).
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The Women's Open begins Thursday, June 27. (Pictured: 3rd Hole).
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You can watch the Open on Thursday and Friday from 3-7 p.m. on ESPN2, and Saturday and Sunday from 3-6 p.m. on NBC. (Pictured: 5th Hole).
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The U.S. Women's Open is the oldest major in women's golf. It was first held in 1946. (Pictured: 6th Hole).
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Na Yeon Choi is the defending champion. (Pictured: 8th Hole).
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Sebonack is located next to two of the best golf courses in the United States: National Golf Links of America and Shinnecock Hills, the latter of which will host it's fifth U.S. Open in 2018. (Pictured: 10th Hole).
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The last American to win the U.S. Women's Open was Paula Creamer in 2010 at Oakmont Country Club. (Pictured: 15th Hole).
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The 18th hole at Sebonack Golf Club.
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Sebonack was ranked No. 63 in Golf Magazine's 2011 Top 100 Courses in the U.S.
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