18-hole course with a friendly atmosphere invites golf enthusiasts for a challenging round
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What You'll Get
- Includes approx. 50 range balls per person.
- Valid after 2pm EST Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.
- No restrictions Monday thru Thursday.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 11, 2019. Amount paid never expires. Not valid on federal holidays. Reservation required. Subject to weather. Valid after 2:00 PM EST Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Limit 2 per person, may buy 2 additional as gift(s). May be repurchased every 180 days. Limit 1 per visit. Subject to availability. Valid only for option purchased. All goods or services must be used by the same person. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Suneagles Golf Course
A.W. Tillinghast, one of the world foremost designers, created Suneagles Golf Course in 1926. Tillinghast designed such courses as Winged Foot, Baltusrol (upper and lower), Bethpage State Park Black Course and many more. Many golfers are aware that A. W. Tillinghast put an enduring stamp on Golf design in New Jersey with several courses serving as venues for major PGA Tour events. “Among the best of my creations” (A.W. Tillinghast), the slightly lesser known but very much a Tillinghast design is The Suneagles Golf Course at Fort Monmouth. The course opened in 1926 as Suneagles on land owned by Max Phillips of The Phillips Van Heusen Clothing Company. The members bought it in the 1930s and renamed it Monmouth Country Club. The U.S. Army purchased the club in 1942 for $42,000 and soon after, restored the Suneagles name.
Suneagles may not be among the best known of Tillinghast's designs, but It has recorded some significant golf history. When the New Jersey Open took place here in 1935, a young golfer named Byron Nelson won it for his first professional victory. Orville Moody a U.S. Open Champion finished Runner-up in 1967 All-Army Tournament held at Suneagles