Links at Brigantine Golf
was built in 1927 as part of the concept for the development of the
barrier Island of Brigantine just north of Atlantic City, NJ, the
golf pros of that era were said to warm up at Brigantine before
setting sail for the British Open.
Closest golf course to Atlantic City, NJ.
Experience golf as it is played on
the original courses of the British Isles...Without flying across
the Atlantic Ocean.
A true Scottish links-style course,
Brigantine's open layout and prevailing winds influence club
selection. You can play often and not play the same course twice.
For over 70 years, golfers have
enjoyed the unique challenges of this 18-hole, par 72 course, which
measures 6,570 yards from the back tees. The challenge for the
golfer is in the mounding and water hazards found on 14 of the 18
Just over the bridge from Atlantic
City's legendary Boardwalk & Casinos, the barrier island of
Brigantine boasts the celebrated Scottish-style golf course, The
Links at Brigantine Beach - a true taste of Scotland at the
This magnificent layout is extremely popular with both locals and
tourists, boasting impeccable year-round playing conditions, a
challenging but fair layout, and extraordinary customer service. The
Links at Brigantine Beach is a 'Must Play' for Atlantic City
Brigantine Golf Club
is unique in the Northeast
with its Scottish Links design by Wayne Stiles and John Van Kleek.
Brigantine's history is intertwined with the famed Scottish links
courses of old. Local legend suggests that "Old Pros" from the 1920s
practiced at Brigantine before sailing for the British Open.
True to its historic Scottish roots, this layout
offers breathtaking bay views, native marsh and gently rolling,
nearly treeless terrain. With prevailing sea breezes and carefully
placed concave bunkers, this 18-hole, par 72 course provides an
exciting and ever-changing experience for golfers of all skill
After a decade of renovation and upgrades, Golf at Brigantine
Beach offers a wonderful golf experience combining modern
amenities and historic grandeur.