Sand Valley has so much going on ... where do we start? First, the golf: The Lido is a recreation of the famed C.B. Macdonald course on Long Island that existed from 1917 until World War II when the land was overtaken by the U.S. Navy, will open in 2023. Tom Doak's Renaissance Golf Design company is doing the work, with the help of 3-D computer modeling and robotic bulldozers. Doak has another layout coming, Sedge Valley, which will be a non-traditional entry, is expected to open in 2024. These highly anticipated newcomers join an already-impressive menu of courses: David McLay Kidd-designed Mammoth Dunes course opened in 2018, joining the Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw-designed Sand Valley, which debuted as Golf Digest's Best New course of 2017. And this is not even to mention Sedge Village, an upscale collection of amenities to be built around Sedge Valley, which will include an outdoor patio with a year-round pool overlooking what the resort is calling "the world's largest putting course."