White Beeches Golf and Country Club is one of New Jersey’s finest country clubs, with a rich history behind it and a bright future ahead. While the club was incorporated in 1918, it was designed in 1920 by renowned architect Walter Travis. Travis also designed such legendary courses such as Westchester Country Club, Hollywood Golf Club, and Sea Island Plantation Course. He was also one of the consulting designers of Pine Valley, largely considered one of the world’s best golf courses.
One of the other distinctive aspects of White Beeches is that it is the only private club in the United States to have a former PGA Tour winner as a head professional. Jim McGovern runs the golf program at White Beeches, and is a celebrated PGA Tour veteran. He won the Shell Houston Open in 1993, and the next year, finished tied for 5th at the 1994 Masters. He has a fine professional staff, and is deeply involved with all aspects of golf at White Beeches.
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