The two nines at Sebonack do a wee dance of intersection. There’s no total separation of the loops, as sometimes happens with seaside courses. For the women’s open, the USGA has relocated the first hole on the card. The first tee is typically a place of great revelry and excitement; the true first tee at Sebonack is located along the eastern corner of the property, away from a central place. As a result, the second hole is the new first and when golfers reach the 8th green, they board a shuttle that takes them past the driving range decks, to the new 9th tee. From there, it’s another jaunt up clubhouse hill, to begin the back nine. Here’s a look at some of the golf that took place on the front nine on Monday afternoon.