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Annual Meeting 2018

We are excited to bring you the 2018 Clinical TMS Society Annual Meeting. Over the last 6 years, our meeting has quadrupled in size as over 430 attendees joined us in 2017. We look forward to another great meeting in 2018, as we are planning for a great lineup of speakers, research, and networking with over 500 attendees this year.

We invite you to join us in
Brooklyn, New York
May 11th – Sunday, 13th, 2018.

The Annual meeting of the Clinical TMS Society provides a unique opportunity for you to connect with an international gathering of TMS providers and researchers. There will be a one-day training seminar for new TMS providers and technicians. Following this introductory day, there will be two full information-packed days complete with displays, networking, discussions, poster sessions, demonstrations and keynotes with industry leaders.

We hope you will take advantage of this beautiful city and hotel.

Come be part of the experience with us. We look forward to your participation at our Annual Meeting in Brooklyn, New York.

Friday, May 11, 2018 (6pm) - Sunday, May 13, 2018 (7pm)

New York Marriott at the Brooklyn Bridge
333 Adams St,
Brooklyn, NY 11201

2018 Annual Meeting Costs:


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Guest         $50.00


We are excited to bring back PULSES: A TMS Introductory Workshop. This one (1) day training certificate seminar is designed for new TMS providers, researchers, and technicians and will include advanced entry to the exhibit hall.

PULSES attendees can earn 8 hours of CME.

Date/Time: Friday, May 11, 2018 | 7:00am to 5:00pm

Location: New York Marriott at the Brooklyn Bridge

PULSES Workshop Schedule:*

7:00am | Registration Opens & Continental Breakfast

7:30am | Welcome & Review of Schedule

7:45am – 8:30am | Neuromodulation: Evolution of rTMS into Psychiatry and Mechanism of Action ~ Linda Carpenter, M.D.

8:30am - 9:15am | Clinical Efficacy of rTMS for Depression ~ Richard Pitch, M.D.

9:15am - 9:30am | Break

9:30am-10:15am | Practical Administration of rTMS for Depressed patients - Part I  ~ Michelle Cochran, M.D., DFAPA

10:15am-11:00am | Practical Administration of rTMS for Depressed patients - Part II  ~ Kimberly Cress, M.D.

11:00am-11:45am | Practical Administration of rTMS for Depressed patients - Part III ~ Suzanne Kerns, M.D.

11:45am-12:00pm | Break

12:00pm-12:45p | WORKING LUNCH – Essential Insurance and Financial matters to care for your patient ~ Kevin Kinback, M.D. and Mahmoud (Max) Okasha, M.D., DLFAPA

12:45pm-1:00pm | Break / Join groups

1:00pm - 2:15pm | Session I - Hands on Device Training (25 minutes per device-3 devices)

2:15pm- 2:30pm |  Break

2:30pm – 3:45pm | Session II - Hands on Device Training (25 minutes per device-3 devices)

4:00pm – 4:45pm | Q&A Panel with Speakers from the morning session.

4:45pm – 5:00pm | Complete surveys

5:00pm | Hand Out Certificates & Cocktail Party Tickets, & Distribute Test Link (for completion for CME)

*Topics and Speakers are subject to change.


Registration Fees


Participant Type

General Registration
(STARTS MARCH 1, 2018)




Prescribing clinicians: MD's. NP's and some PhD's.



Non-prescribing clinicians: Medical assistants, technicians, medical students/residents and researchers.



Business Attendee: Other interested parties. business executives, advertisers, vendors, etc.



Space is limited to 60 participants so register today! 

*Registration for PULSES: A TMS Introductory Workshop does not include registration to the 2018 Clinical TMS Annual Meeting. If you are interested in attending Pulses and the Annual Meeting, you can do so by clicking here.  

The Annual Meeting Committee is working hard to finalize a great lineup of presentations and keynotes with industry leaders.

Please check back frequently as this page will be updated as we finalize speakers and topics. Check out a list of this year's speakers in the tab above.

The full conference offers 13 hours of CME.


Friday, May 11th, 2018:
7:00a–4:00p *NEW: PULSES: A TMS Introductory Workshop - Check out the PULSES tab for the full schedule.
(This workshop requires separate registration. This workshop is designed for new TMS practitioners and other TMS clinicians)
6:00p Registration / Check-In Open
6:00p–8:00p Welcome Reception
Saturday, May 12th, 2018:

Sponsored Presentation and Breakfast
The NeuroStar Outcomes Registry - On Track to be the Largest Registry of Treatment Resistant Depression

Presented by: W. Scott West, M.D., Greg Harper

8:00a-8:15a Annual Meeting Committee Welcome


TMS and the Fall of the Devil
Presented by: Saxby Pridmore, M.D.


Emerging Indications: OCD
Presented by: Joseph Zohar, Ph.D.

10:15a-11:00a BREAK:  Visit with Exhibitors




1) Technician Panel: "Tips & Tricks"
Moderator: Lauren Valencia, LCSW
Eric Tirrell, Roxane Zotyka, Mohamed Esuf, Elyssa Sisko, BA, CCRC

2) What to do if TMS Fails? 
Presented by: John O'Reardon, M.D., William Sauve, M.D.David Dunner, M.D., FACPsych

3) Advanced MRI Imaging Toolset for Individualized Neuropsychiatric Diagnosis​
Presented by: 
Sheldon Jordan, M.D.

4) rTMS for Pain: From Outcome Evidence to Practice Guideline and Clinical Implementation
Presented By: Albert Leung, M.D., Richard Bermudes, M.D., Joshua Kuluva, M.D.


Member / Business Meeting & Lunch


Top 4 Posters Flash Presentations
Moderator: Frank Kozel, M.D., M.S.C.R.

  1. Low Frequency rTMS Combined with Visual Scanning Training in Patients with Post-Stroke Visuospatial Neglect by Szczepan Iwanski, Ph.D.
  2. Assessment of the Separation of Responders and Non-Responder to rTMS for Treatment Refractory MDD by Jesse Bastiaens, M.D.
  3. Introducing ‘Erik’, a TMS Training and Testing Phantom by Christian Finetto, Ph.D.
  4. Utilizing the Brain Network Activation (BNA) Technology for Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation Treatment Management in Depression by Ziv Peremen, Ph.D.



1) Preventing Suicide: Risk Assessment and Management
Presented by: Jill Harkavy-Friedman, Ph.D.

2TMS in South America: Recent Clinical and Research Work
Presented by: Michael Kabar, M.D., Matías Bonanni, M.D., M.ScPaul Croarkin, D.O., MScAlexander Lyford-Pike, M.D.

3) It Seemed Like a Good Idea at the Time: TMS in Small Practice
Presented by: 
Mark Schlickman, M.D.

4) Changes in Excitability of Bilateral Motor Cortices Post-Stroke: Implications for Rehabilitation
Presented By: Michelle N. McDonnell, Ph.D.


BREAK: Visit with Exhibitors


Clinical Standards Town Hall: Consensus Are Controversial
Moderator: Paul Croarkin, D.O., MSc 
Presented by: Daniel Press, M.D., M.M.Sc.John O'Reardon, M.D., Linda Carpenter, M.D.

4:00p-6:00p Committee Meetings

Sponsored Presentation
Brainsway | Depression and Beyond: Overview of Current Deep TMS Multicenter Trials​
Presented By: Aron Tendler, M.D., Roman Gersner, Ph.D.

4:00p-5:00p Sponsored Presentation
NeuroStar | Treatment for Adolescent Depression and Updates on Bipolar Depression and PTSD
Presented By: Paul Croarkin, D.O., MSc, Andrew Kozel, M.D.

Poster Session and Reception

Sunday, May 13th, 2018:
7:00a-8:30a Board Meeting
7:00a- 8:00am Sponsored Presentation & Breakfast
Brainsway |Exploring New Frontiers With Deep TMS: Clinical Update On Deep TMS

Presented By: Aron Tendler, M.D., David Feifel, M.D., Ph.D.

A “Circuits First” Approach to Mental Illness
Presented by: Amit Etkin, M.D., Ph.D.



1) Technician Panel: What's on Your Mind?
Moderator: Lauren Valencia, LCSW, Melissa Westerfield, Stephanie Vergara, LVN, Sherri Capone, CMA

2) Essential Insurance & Financial Matters to Care for Your Patients #1
Presented By: Kevin Kinback, M.D., Mahmoud S. Okasha, M.D., DLFAPA

3) rTMS for Major Depressive Disorder: Getting at the Heart of It
Presented By: Tabitha Iseger

4) Can We Accelerate rTMS Response with Multiple Daily Sessions? Insights from Case Series and Randomized Controlled Trials
Presented By: Laura Schulze

10:30a-11:00a BREAK: Visit with Exhibitors






1) Personalizing and individualizing rTMS in Depression and OCD
Presented by: Martijn Arns, Ph.D.

2) Location, Location, Location: Finding F3 for Placement of Coil When Treating Depression
Presented by: Todd Hutton, M.D., Michelle Cochran, M.D., DFAPAmLinda Carpenter, M.D.

3) Essential Insurance & Financial Matters to Care for Your Patients #2
Presented by: Kevin Kinback, M.D., Mahmoud S. Okasha, M.D., DLFAPA

4) Thalamocoherence: Modeling for Pain, Depression, Tinnitus and Depression
Presented by: Jay Gunkelman, QEEG-D

12:00p-12:15p BREAK: Visit with Exhibitors 
12:15p-1:15p Table Talks and Boxed Lunch
12:15p-1:15p Sponsored Presentation
Brainsway | Paving The Way Forward: An Update On Brainsway Future Technologies

Presented By: Abraham Zangen, Roie Cohen, David Feifel, M.D., Ph.D.
Tal Harmelech, Ph.D., Roman Gersner, Ph.D., Aron Tendler, M.D.
12:15p-1:15p Sponsored Presentation
NeuroStar | Roadmap to Success - Bringing Marketing Power to Your Practice
Presented By: Annie Farley, M.D., Shattuck Groome, Leanne Scott Brown


Conducting the Neural Symphony with Non-Invasive Brain Stimulation
Presented by: Flavio Frohlich, Ph.D.


BREAK: Visit with Exhibitors


Non-Invasive brain stimulation in Dementia
Presented by: Alvaro Pascual-Leone, M.D., Ph.D


From Clinic to Circuit: 5Hz TMS for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and Major Depression
Presented by: Noah Philip, M.D.


When to stop TMS? Evidence-Based Guidance for Scheduling, Stopping, or Extending the Acute Course of TMS Sessions for Treatment Resistant Major Depression
Presented by: Linda Carpenter, M.D.

5:00p Raffle/Closing Remarks

*The Clinical TMS Society does not certify their regulatory compliance, nor does the society either warrant, condone or promote any of the device companies, devices, or approaches.

**Subject to change.


Martijn Arns, Ph.D.

Dr. Arns graduated in the late 90’s as a biological psychologist at Radboud University in Nijmegen. After several projects in the field of applied neuroscience in Sydney (Westmead Hospital), Munich (Max Planck Institute for Psychiatry) and Scotland (Organon Research in Newhouse), he began in 2001 with what is now known as Research Institute Brainclinics and... Read More →


Dr. Richard Bermudes, M.D.

Dr. Bermudes is Board Certified in Adult Psychiatry and Family Medicine, with 20 years’ experience caring for patients. He founded TMS Health Solutions in 2007, serves as the practice’s Medical Director, and is an expert on TMS practice organization and policy development. With his background as a professor and researcher, he leads the practice in its... Read More →


Matías Bonanni, M.D., M.Sc

Dr. Bonanni is the Chief of the Neuromodulation Department at INAC using TMS in clinical and research settings (depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, tinnitus, pain, addictions, ADHD, ASD).  Dr. Bonanni graduated medical school from the Universidad del Salvador, Argentina with honors and completed his psychiatry residency training at Buenos Aires... Read More →

Sherri Capone, CMA


Linda Carpenter, M.D.

Dr. Carpenter is a Professor of Psychiatry in the Alpert Medical School of Brown University and Chief of the Mood Disorders Program at Butler Hospital. Dr. Carpenter completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Michigan, her MD from the University of Pennsylvania, and internship in internal medicine, a residency program in psychiatry, and a... Read More →


Michelle Cochran, M.D., DFAPA

Dr Cochran currently works as the medical director of the Nashville Center for Hope & Healing and the NeuroScience and TMS treatment centers; in addition she maintains a role as a private practice psychiatrist. The clinics have grown to two sites with two physicians, multiple nurse practitioners, therapists, and many support staff and... Read More →


Paul Croarkin, D.O., MSc

Dr. Croarkin’s research program focuses on adapting and innovating brain stimulation interventions in children and adolescents.  This includes biomarker work to optimize diagnostic practices and the delivery of brain based interventions such as transcranial magnetic stimulation.  A central theme focuses on the  role of gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA) and... Read More →


David Dunner, M.D., FACPsych

Dr. Dunner is the Director of the Center for Anxiety and Depression, a private consulting psychiatric practice located in Mercer Island, WA, and is Professor Emeritus at the University of Washington in Seattle.

Dr. Dunner earned his AA at George Washington University in Washington, DC, and his MD at Washington University School of Medicine in... Read More →


Mohamed Esuf

Mr. Esuf completed his undergraduate degree at UC Davis, majoring in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology.  Prior to working at TMS Health Solutions, he ran day-to-day operations at a non-profit student-run clinic, while serving as a Finance Coordinator and board member. Mr. Esuf began working at TMS Health Solutions as a TMS technician soon after graduation.  He... Read More →


Amit Etkin, M.D., Ph.D.

Dr. Etkin is an Associate Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Stanford, a member of the Stanford Neurosciences Institute, and an Investigator at the Palo Alto VA. He has received multiple awards, most notably the NIH Director’s Pioneer Award in 2017, and is an editor at Neuropsychopharmacology. Dr. Etkin is trained as both... Read More →


Flavio Frohlich, Ph.D.

Dr. Frohlich received a degree in electrical engineering at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich, an International Diploma in electrical engineering at the Imperial College in London, and his PhD in computational neurobiology at UC San Diego. He did a postdoctoral fellowship at Yale University studying cortical network activity. Flavio’s... Read More →


Jay Gunkelman, QEEG-D

Jay Gunkelman, QEEG Diplomate, has processed over 500,000 EEGs since 1972. He has served as president of The International Society for Neurofeedback and Research, as well as a board member and treasurer of the Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback and is a past-president of the Biofeedback Society of California. Jay was the first EEG... Read More →


Jill Harkavy-Friedman, Ph.D.

Dr. Harkavy-Friedman leads the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention’s research grant program to advance the field of suicide prevention. With 30 years of experience as a clinician and a researcher, she is passionate about translating research into practice, publishing over 100 articles. She assists with AFSP’s development of programs and... Read More →


Todd Hutton, M.D.

Dr. Hutton began his TMS practice in 2009 when he founded his first Southern California TMS Center location in Pasadena, CA. Since then, Dr. Hutton has expanded SoCal TMS to 6 locations throughout the greater Los Angeles area. Dr. Hutton serves as the Clinical TMS Society Board of Directors and is Chairman of this year's Annual Meeting committee. A Fellow of... Read More →


Tabitha Iseger

Tabitha Iseger obtained her Bachelors degree in Biology at Leiden University in 2011. Following, she obtained a Masters degree in Neuroscience in 2013 at VU University Amsterdam. During her Masters degree, she obtained work experience at King’s College London, working in the field of MRI. After her Masters, she started working at the Academic Medical Center in... Read More →


Sheldon Jordan, M.D.

Dr. Sheldon Jordan graduated from Brooklyn Tech in Industrial Design and completed premedical studies at Harvard University. He majored in art, psychology and natural sciences at Johns Hopkins and was mentored by one of the original leaders in American psychology, G Wilson Shaffer. His neurophysiology research was with David Olton, one of the pioneers in the... Read More →


Michael Kabar, M.D.

Dr. Kabar is a Peruvian-American physician who trained as a psychiatrist at the University of Maryland and the San Mateo County Residency Program in Palo Alto, California where he was chief resident. He is Board-Certified and worked in the San Francisco Bay Area for almost 20 years in private practice, at UC Berkeley and at other psychiatric facilities where... Read More →


Kevin Kinback, M.D.

Graduating from Loma Linda University Medical School in 1992, Dr. Kinback did psychiatry training at Loma Linda, was Chief Resident, and remains on the   faculty as Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry.  He began private practice in Mission Viejo in 1995.  With a keen interest in cutting-edge medicine, Advanced TMS was founded in 2009.  Specializing in... Read More →


Joshua Kuluva, M.D.

Dr. Kuluva is a Board Certified psychiatrist and neurologist with a strong academic and research background, as well as experience with both Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Psychodynamic Psychotherapy. He treats patients with clinical depression and neurologic disorders, and individuals with neurologic disorders who experience psychiatric symptoms such as... Read More →


Albert Leung, M.D., Professor of Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine

Dr. Albert Leung is a Professor of Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine at the UC San Diego, School of Medicine.  He is the Director, Center for Pain and Headache Research at the VA San Diego Healthcare System (VASDHS).  He is the founder of the Anesthesia Pain Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) treatment clinic... Read More →


Alexander Lyford-Pike, M.D.

Dr. Lyford-Pike is the Director of the Institute of Psychiatry and Psychology of Montevideo (IPM) and has been a TMS provider and researcher since 1999. He is also the former President of the Biological Psychiatry Society of Uruguay (SPBU), currently the honorary member of SPBU.  In 1978 he received his medical degree from the Universidad de la... Read More →


Shawn McClintock, Ph.D., PhD, MSCS

Dr. McClintock is an Associate Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at UT Southwestern Medical Center and is Adjunct Associate Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the Duke University School of Medicine. He received his Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from UT Southwestern Medical Center (2006). In 2008, Dr.... Read More →


Michelle McDonnell, Ph.D.

Dr. McDonnell is a Neurological Physiotherapist and Neuroscientist. Her research investigates mechanisms to promote neuroplasticity following brain damage, and the use of non-invasive brain stimulation to further our understanding of functionally beneficial changes in the brain.  She has a particular interest in the changes that occur in the brain in... Read More →


John O'Reardon, M.D.

Dr. O’Reardon received his medical degree from University College Cork, in Ireland. He initially trained in primary care and is board certified in family medicine in Ireland and the UK. He completed his residency training in psychiatry at the University of Pennsylvania, and subsequently fellowships in psychopharmacology and in cognitive therapy. He was... Read More →


Mahmoud (Max) Okasha, M.D., DLFAPA

Dr. Okasha is the Medical Director of Comprehensive Psychiatric Care, a private practice located in Norwich Connecticut where he is also the Primary Investigator (P.I.) and has conducted over 70 clinical trials.  He is an Associate Clinical Professor at the Department of Psychiatry at Yale School of Medicine. 


Alvaro Pascual-Leone, M.D., Ph.D

Dr. Pascual-Leone is a Professor of Neurology and an Associate Dean for Clinical and Translational Research at Harvard Medical School. He serves as the Chief for the Division of Cognitive Neurology and the Director of the Berenson-Allen Center for Noninvasive Brain Stimulation at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. Dr. Pascual-Leone is also one... Read More →


Noah Philip, M.D.

Dr. Philip received his BSc from McGill University, and his MD from Albany Medical College where he graduated AOA and with a Distinction in the Study of Biomedical Ethics. He completed psychiatry residency training at the Alpert Medical of Brown University, followed by an NIH-sponsored T32 Fellowship, and then a Neuromodulation Fellowship at Butler Hospital.... Read More →


Daniel Press, M.D., M.M.Sc.

Dr. Press is the clinical director of the Berenson-Allen Center for Noninvasive Brain Stimulation and the medical director for the Cognitive Neurology Unit at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC). He is also an associate professor of neurology at Harvard Medical School (HMS).

Dr. Press earned his undergraduate degree from the University... Read More →


Saxby Pridmore, M.D.

Dr. Pridmore is a Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Tasmania, Australia. He brought the first TMS device to the southern hemisphere (Royal Hobart Hospital) and reported the normalization of the DST using TMS in 1999, and the first blind comparison of TMS and ECT in 2000 (widely ignored). Currently, attached to ‘TMS Tasmania’, a service of Saint... Read More →


William Sauve, M.D.

Dr. Sauvé is a Regional Medical Director for Greenbrook TMS NeuroHealth Centers, a dedicated center for the treatment of depression using Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation.

After receiving his medical degree from the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences in Bethesda, Maryland, Dr Sauvé completed his residency in adult psychiatry in the... Read More →


Mark Schlickman, M.D.

Dr. Schlickman received his undergraduate degree cum laude in biochemistry from Brandeis University.  His initial interest in pediatrics transformed into psychiatry during medical school at the University of Massachusetts.  He was chief resident of psychiatry at the University of Massachusetts Medical Center.  His private group practice, APOGEE Integrated... Read More →


Laura Schulze

Laura Schulze is a PhD candidate at the University Health Network.  


Elyssa Sisko, BA, CCRC

Ms. Sisko is the clinical research coordinator for Advanced Mental Health Care in Palm Beach County, FL.  She began working with Dr. Tendler as a research assistant and TMS technician after graduating with bachelor’s in biology from Rollins College. Ms. Sisko has extensive experience administering both rTMS (Magstim & Neurostar) and dTMS (H1, H4, H7,... Read More →


Eric Tirrell

Mr. Tirrell completed his undergraduate degree in psychology at the University of Rhode Island.  He is the senior TMS clinical operator at Butler Hospital’s TMS Clinic and has been providing TMS services for depression for 3 years. He also serves as Research Coordinator for the Butler Neuromodulation Research Facility and played a key role in a conducting a... Read More →


Lauren Valencia, LCSW

Ms.Valencia, LCSW holds a B.S. in Psychology and Criminology from Florida State University and went on to receive her Master's of Science in Social Work from the University of Tennessee College Of Social Work in 2013. Since 2013 she has acted as a Therapist and TMS Coordinator for the Nashville Center for Hope & Healing (NCHH). 

With NCHH Ms.... Read More →


Stephanie Vergara, LVN

Ms. Vergara has been doing TMS for 7 years and has treated hundreds of patients.  She is currently the Senior TMS Technician at Southern California TMS Center and is in charge of all technician training and supervision at their 6 locations. She has been a Psychiatric Nurse for the last 10 years, and previously did ECT at Cedars-Sinai hospital.  She is... Read More →


Melissa Westerfield

Ms. Westerfield attended Sanford Brown College for Medical Assisting, and completed the program in 2011. After working for a surgical practice, in 2013 she accepted the position of TMS Technician with TMS St. Louis, and helped to develop their TMS practice.  She is now the TMS Coordinator, and manages a staff of 4 TMS Technicians for 3 devices as well as... Read More →


Joseph Zohar, Ph.D.

Dr. Zohar is the Director of Psychiatry A and Director of the Anxiety and Obsessive Compulsive Clinic of this institute. He graduated from Tel Aviv University Sackler School of Medicine in 1973, trained in psychiatry at the University of Washington, Seattle and at the Jerusalem Mental Health Center, Israel, where he was the director of the Resistant... Read More →


Roxane Zotyka

Mrs. Zotyka is a veteran of the health care industry since 1982, she is a Certified TMS Technician and patient advocate. She coordinates new patient education, clinical evaluations, and case management for patients receiving TMS Therapy. Roxane has completed courses at Duke University in Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation and Harvard Medical School’s course in... Read More →

New York Marriott at the Brooklyn Bridge
333 Adams St, Brooklyn, NY 11201

Hotel reservations are now available.


Room rate is $229.00 per night.*
To reserve a room online: please click here

OR call 877-303-0104 and reference the Clinical TMS Annual Meeting

Our block rate is limited, so please make your reservations asap.


Enjoy your time in New York. There’s a lot to explore!














Silver Lake, Staten Island 13.6 Miles
Phone: +1-718-442-4653

  • Clubhouse Restaurant
  • Rentals
  • Silver Lake, Staten Island:
    18 holes, 6,238 yards. Par for course: 70


Clearview Park Golf Course 15.7 Miles
Phone: +1-718-229-2570

  • Clubhouse and Golf Shop
  • Clubhouse Restaurant
  • Rentals
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  • Clearview Park Golf Course:
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Dyker Beach Golf Course 10.6 Miles
Phone: +1-718-836-9722

  • Clubhouse Restaurant
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  • Dyker Beach Golf Course:
    18 holes, 6,438 yards. Par for course: 72


La Tourette Golf Course 17.2 Miles
Phone: +1-718-351-1889

  • Clubhouse Restaurant
  • Rentals
  • Driving range and Putting green
  • La Tourette Golf Course:
    18 holes, 6,692 yards. Par for course: 72


Providence Day Spa 1.2 Miles

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  • Waxing


Brooklyn Children’s Museum 3.4 Miles 
Phone: +1-718-735-4400 
Explore the lives, culture, history, and fun at this local museum.

Prospect Park Zoo 3 Miles 
Phone: +1-718-399-7339 
Featuring California sea lions, Western gray kangaroos, red pandas and more.

Coney Island 13.5 Miles
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Amusement park with rides 
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New York Aquarium 14.6 Miles
Phone: +1-718-265-3415
Sea lions, penguins, sharks and many more sea animals, with numerous educational activities.

SIGHTSEEING: Area Tour Services


Manhattan Fitness Center 0.3 Miles

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Fitness classes: Fee

Special guest privileges: Day or week passes available


Coney Island 10 Miles