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Storied Jersey Shore Golf Courses

A lengthy wait at the first tee at a local golf club (and a profound love for the game) were all it took to inspire Clarence Geist to build his own private golf club. It opened in 1914, quickly taking its place among the premier golf resorts in the United States. Within its history, greats like Sam Snead and Ben Hogan have played Seaview’s two championship golf courses.

Two Courses, Twice The Fun

  • Grass lawn with buildings far in background

    Bay Course

    By The Numbers

    • 6,366 Yards
    • Slope 124
    • Rating 70.4

    Historic Highlight: Ben Hogan played the course during the 1942 PGA Championship.

    Designed by Hugh Wilson and Donald Ross, the Bay Course opened in 1914. This link-style course is not a test of length, rather a test of imagination, accuracy, and short game. The Bay Course features dramatic seaside views, deep pot bunkers, and small undulating greens. This course currently hosts the ShopRite LPGA Classic.

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    Pines Course

    By The Numbers

    • 6,731 Yards
    • Slope 123
    • Rating 72.4

    Historic Highlight: Sam "Slammin’ Sammy" Snead won his first of seven majors here in 1942 with a remarkable 60-foot chip-in on the 16th hole.

    Opened in 1929, the Pines Course was designed by William Flynn and Howard Toomey. Unlike the Bay Course, the Pines winds its way through New Jersey woodlands. Expect elevation changes and doglegs on this longer, resort-style course featuring doglegs and 72 sand bunkers amid gently sloping greens.

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