Golf Tips

Atlantic City Golf and More

November 22nd 2013 | Posted by

The Garden State has about three hundred golf courses and nineteen of them are part of the Greater Atlantic City Golf Association (GACGA). Some of the world’s best architects- Willie Park Jr., William Flynn, Donald Ross, Tom Doak, Dana Fry, Mike Hurdzan and more have worked their mastery in Atlantic City. Rick Drennan, a Canadian golfer, got the chance to visit the beautiful Atlantic City courses. “AC is being promoted as ‘the premiere golf destination on the East Coast’.”

There are so many reasons why AC is a great place to golf. Some of them include packaged deals such as ‘stay and play’ which allows both affordable and fun deals, easy access through travel because most roads and airlines will go straight to AC or Philadelphia which is an easy route to AC as well and it provides a challenge. The nineteen courses in Atlantic City run at all different levels, some being a lot harder than others, but every single one is one hundred percent playable. Other great reasons to choose a course in AC are listed online.

They warmed up with McCullough’s Emerald Links course known for its Scottish design and Library Pub & Grill for a delicious bite after a game. They also played the Stockton Seaview Resort, Twisted Dunes and Blue Heron Pines. Drennan had the luxury of staying at the Borgata where he was able to explore the night life of Atlantic City after the golf day was over. See what else he had to say and more about why AC is the best place to spend a day on the golf course and the best place for a night in one of the famous casinos.





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