The Links at Brigantine Beach, one of the oldest and most historic golf courses in the Atlantic City area, was built in 1927 as part of Brigantine Island’s master plan. True to its historic Scottish roots, the links style layout offers breathtaking bay views, as it winds through native marsh and gently rolling, nearly treeless terrain. With sea breezes, water hazards, and carefully placed concave bunkers, this 18-hole, par 72 course provides an exciting experience for golfers of all skill levels.
With a prevailing ocean wind that characterizes true links golf, holes can play completely differently from one day to another. “While many courses claim to be like the original links courses of the British Isles, Brigantine Golf Links delivers…you’d swear you were across the pond.” – Washington Golf Monthly noted.
Our secret – local Atlantic City golf history suggests that golfing legends from the 1920s practiced their bump-and-run golf game at Brigantine in the early summer months before sailing for the British Open. If true, Walter Hagen was well prepared for his 1928 and 1929 Championships.
New Jersey’s only Scottish Links Golf Course is known by locals for its great playing conditions year after year. Recent accolades include the Best Greens in Atlantic City, a Top 100 Must Play Course (GolfStyles Magazine), and ranked Best Value Golf Course in Southern New Jersey (Publinks Magazine). The Links at Brigantine Beach is also consistently ranked as a four star “places to play” by Golf Digest and its readers.