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The Truth About Atlantic City and Golf

September 25th 2014 | Posted by

There has been so many sad stories about Atlantic City and the Casinos closing that we decided to set the record straight.  Yes, casinos have closed and many people have lost jobs and that is terrible.  That is something the casino analysts have been predicting for many years.  Atlantic City was created to be a […]

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Vacation Ideas

Joining a Golf Club: What To Look For

December 10th 2013 | Posted by

Selecting a country club to join can be a complicated task. Every club is a little bit different, and your membership is an important investment. You’ll want to find just the right location to give your patronage. Although the number of potential country clubs is quite large, you can narrow down your choices by focusing […]

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Golf Tips

A Shore Bet

December 2nd 2013 | Posted by

For some, like Steve Donahue, staying at a casino hotel has very little to do with the gambling and has a lot more to do with the golf courses. Donahue recently stayed in Atlantic City’s Tropicana Casino & Resort and was more than happily occupied with various restaurants, bars, shops, spas and of course the […]

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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 […]

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McCullough’s Emerald Golf Links Too Cool To Miss

October 25th 2013 | Posted by

Stephen Kay, golf course architect, designed the beautiful course we have today known as McCullough’s Emerald Golf Links. Kay gets his inspirations from other courses located in France, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Ireland. He claims McCullough’s was a challenge because of all the trees and greens. The Atlantic City skyline can be seen at the […]

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Scottish Golf, Jersey Style

October 24th 2013 | Posted by

Twisted Dune Golf Club features dunes, bunkers of all shapes and sizes and a pond that separates holes. Archie Struthers, architect of this course, moved two million cubic yard of earth to make this course look the way it does. These visual parts of the holes make it more difficult to succeed, although not impossible. […]

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Blue Heron and It’s Two Nines

October 21st 2013 | Posted by

Stephen Kay designed Atlantic City’s Blue Heron Pines Golf Club and it was built in 1993. It is now owned by NFL quarterback Ron Jaworski, who also owns three other courses. Jaworski is committed to making Blue Heron an exceptionally great golfing experience. Kay has also designed The Architects Golf Club in Phillipsburg, NJ and McCullough’s Emerald Golf […]

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Golf Tips, Vacation Ideas

Atlantic City Plays Host to USA v Canada Golf Experience

October 14th 2013 | Posted by

There is so much more to Atlantic City other than casinos, restaurants and bars. Atlantic City offers some of the most enjoyable golf courses around. The courses consist of the Atlantic City Country Club, Blue Heron Pines Golf Club, McCullough’s Emerald Golf Links, the Bay Course at Stockton Seaview Hotel and Golf Club, Shore Gate […]

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Miss America and Atlantic City Golf – The Perfect Combo!

September 19th 2013 | Posted by

Jason Scott Deegan from TravelGolf.com gave Atlantic City Golf some spotlight with his recent review. In a 24 hour stretch that anyone can accomplish, not just a credentialed journalist like Scott, met a former Miss America, played a fantastic golf course, and had the best steak money can buy at one of the best resort […]

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Ginella: Budget ‘Buddy Trip’ Rankings: No. 9 Atlantic City, NJ

August 27th 2013 | Posted by

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