ocean sport travel inc

7 barrington st
westbury, new york 11590

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ACTIVE

NYS Filing Date
SEPTEMBER 24, 2014

NYS DOS ID#
4641548

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NASSAU

Jurisdiction
NEW YORK

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NONE

NYS Entity Type
DOMESTIC BUSINESS CORPORATION

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2014 - OCEAN SPORT TRAVEL INC









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    By Jeff Babineau - Thursday Aug 24, 2017

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    By Associated Press - Saturday Aug 26, 2017

    Jordan Spieth needed only three holes to leave a strong cast of challengers wondering what it’s going to take to catch him in the Northern Trust at Old Westbury, N.Y. Spieth ran off three straight birdies on the back nine at Glen Oaks Club and finished with a pair of pars for a 6-under-par 64, matching the low score of the tournament and building a three-shot lead over Dustin Johnson. It was the second straight day that Spieth filled his card with birdies on the easier back nine at Glen Oaks — a 30 on Friday, a 31 on Saturday.

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  • Dustin Johnson finding groove, trails Henley by 1 at Northern Trust
    By Associated Press - Thursday Aug 24, 2017

    Dustin Johnson hasn’t felt this good about his game since he was winning every tournament he played. Johnson overcame a shaky start with a switch to his old putter to post a 5-under-par 65, leaving him one shot behind Russell Henley after the opening round of the Northern Trust at Westbury, N.Y. The 65 was his lowest round since he won at Riviera in February, which began his rise to No. 1 in the world. That was the start of three straight victories going into the Masters, where Johnson injured his back and had to withdraw. Henley played in the morning and holed seven birdie putts from 12 feet or close, along with an 80-foot chip-in for birdie for his 64.

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    By Associated Press - Friday Aug 25, 2017

    Two swings cost Dustin Johnson sole possession of the lead. It wasn’t long before Jordan Spieth and Rickie Fowler caught up to him in the Northern Trust, setting up a weekend of star power in the opening FedEx Cup playoff event in Old Westbury, N.Y. Johnson, again looking like the No. 1 player who seemed unstoppable in the spring, appeared on the verge of building a big lead at Glen Oaks Club until consecutive tee shots wound up on the wrong holes and forced him to scramble just to escape with bogey. Fowler made up a five-shot deficit in six holes playing alongside Johnson, making a 15-foot birdie on the last hole for a 66 to join Johnson, Jhonattan Vegas (65) and Speith atop the leaderboard.

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    By Associated Press - Sunday Aug 27, 2017

    Dustin Johnson faced long odds all day against Jordan Spieth until the longest drive led to an unlikely playoff victory Sunday in the Northern Trust at Old Westbury, N.Y. The opening FedEx Cup playoff event featured two of the biggest names in golf who put on an amazing show on Long Island. “I thought that was a fun show,” Spieth said. “I was hoping it wasn’t going to be that much fun.” Johnson rallied from a five-shot deficit on the front nine. And on the final hole in regulation, after one of the most powerful players in golf chose to lay up from the rough, his 18-foot par putt swirled around the cup and fell in the back side for a 4-under 66 to force a sudden-death playoff.

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