Brigantine Golf Links

Course Description

Built in 1927 as part of the island's master plan, The Links at Brigantine Beach 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 levels.

Known as Brigantine Country Club for 60+ years, in 1989 the property was purchased and the name was then changed to Brigantine Golf Links. The new owner then renovated all the fairways, finished the cart paths, and built a new clubhouse, among other things. In July of 2002, the property was sold to the City of Brigantine, who hired Meadowbrook Golf, Inc. to manage the property, and then came the current name, The Links at Brigantine Beach. Look for new and exciting changes in the near future, for the City has plans to beautify the clubhouse and its surroundings.

After a decade of renovation and upgrades, The Links at Brigantine Beach offers a wonderful golf experience combining modern amenities and historic grandeur.

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