Atlantic City Country Club
Play A Round with History
Ranked Number One Public Golf Course in New Jersey. Since our founding in 1897, the Atlantic City Country Club has been at the forefront of the sport, both nationally and internationally. The prestigious and historic Atlantic City Country Club proudly carries the distinctions of "The Birthplace of the Birdie," as well as being the site where the term "Eagle" was coined. Six USGA Major Championships have been played at this legendary course. Walter Travis won the 1901 USGA Amateur Championship, after taking up golf late in life at the age of 35. In 1911, our Club Professional, Johnny J. McDermott, became the first American to win the USGA Open Championship, at the young age of 19!
The beauty of this course lies just beyond the greens where you can escape into coastal setting that offers over 170 acres of lushness, surrounded by tidal marshes. The course has a tradition of firm & fast greens with uncompromising playing conditions. After your round visit our famed 115-year old Taproom Bar & Grill ranked Top 50 19th holes by Golf Digest Magazine. We invite you to experience our unparalleled commitment to service, conditions, quality and to "Play a Round with History!"