Atlantic City Country Club
4 Stars, Golf Digest’s “Places to Play”
Now is your opportunity to walk in the footsteps of champions on the legendary golf course named the number 1 Public/Daily Fee Golf Course in the state of New Jersey.
As one of America's oldest and most prestigious golf clubs, Atlantic City Country Club has been home to many firsts, including being the "Birth place of the Birdie." The Course has a tradition of fast and firm greens with uncompromising playing conditions. Its bayside setting is reminiscent of the historic links in Scotland and Ireland.
Numerous legendary names have played Atlantic City Country Club, including Sammy Snead and Howard Everitt. Bob Hope was an Atlantic City Country Club regular, first becoming acquainted with the Club when he worked on the vaudeville circuit. Arnold Palmer played the course from 1951-1952 when he was a relatively unknown Coast Guard enlisted man in Cape May.
With spectacular banquet and wedding facilities and culinary delights the 110-year-old Tap Room Grille offers something for everyone in your group. Atlantic City Country continues to maintain a tradition of excellence with a fully stocked pro shop, driving range and an extraordinarily accommodating staff.