Facebook  Follow us on Twitter
In association with         

Happening Now...

By Marian on 9/24/2018 1:11 PM
Edgewood Country Club, in partnership with Golf Kitchen magazine, will host the “Golf Kitchen | Edgewood Fine Dining Soirée and Golf Kitchen Culinary Excellence Awards,” a special fine dining and awards event on Thursday, October 4, 2018, at 7.00 pm. Created by Edgewood COO and General Manager Frank Benzakour, CCM, CCE, and Golf Kitchen Editor-in-Chief Diana DeLucia, the event will feature executive chefs and cuisine from some of the most prestigious golf and country clubs in the Northeast and Florida. Edgewood’s own Executive Chef,

Anthony Villanueva, will serve as lead chef and program host, joined by executive chefs and teams from Sebonack Golf Club (Southampton, N.Y.), GlenArbor Golf Club (Bedford Hills, N.Y.), Westchester Country Club (Rye, N.Y.) and Addison Reserve Country Club (Delray Beach, Fla.)


“We are thrilled to collaborate with Golf Kitchen magazine’s Diana DeLucia in creating this extravagant event which will be truly in a class of its own, showcasing some of the very...
By Marian on 9/24/2018 1:09 PM
Jay S. MacNeill, a contributor to golf in New Jersey as a president of both the New Jersey State Golf Association and Plainfield Country Club in Edison, is the 2018 recipient of the NJSGA/NJPGA New Jersey Golf Distinguished Service Award.

The Distinguished Service Award is presented annually by the NJPGA in collaboration with the NJSGA to honor an individual who has provided exemplary service and contributions to growing the game of golf in New Jersey, consistent with the honor, values and traditions of the game. MacNeill will formally receive the award at the annual NJSGA/NJPGA Celebration of Golf on Thursday, Oct. 25, at Canoe Brook Country Club in Summit.

(Courtsey of the NJSGA)

Under his leadership, the NJSGA made great strides, including the sale of its Golf Cottage in Bloomfield, the long-time home of the NJSGA which preceded the moving of the headquarters to the current site at Galloping Hill Golf Course in Kenilworth.

During his presidency, the Women’s Committee was added to the NJSGA, bringing with it an additional seven championships. He also oversaw a restructuring of the publication of the organization’s magazine.

By Marian on 9/4/2018 3:29 PM
Congratulations to all the winners:

Golf Professional of the Year - David Reasoner, The Ridgewood Country Club Assistant Professional of the Year - Ricky Mosel, Upper Montclair Country Club Club of the Year - The Ridgewood Country Club Teacher of the Year - Chris Johnston, Farmer Brown’s Golf Center Bill Strausbaugh Award - Michael Holiday, Upper Montclair Country Club Horton Smith Award - Brian Gussis, GolfTEC - Woodbridge Salesperson of the Year - Jason Turner, Callaway Patriot Award - Mark DeLaura, Montammy Golf Club Private Merchandiser of the Year - Jason Fiore, Forest Hill Field Club Public Merchandiser of the Year - Pat Lawler, Rockleigh Golf Course Player Development Award - Debby Murphy, Trump National Golf Club, Bedminster Youth Player Development Award - Kevin Beirne, Spirit Golf Management

In addition to our Section winners, the New Jersey PGA also had one National PGA Special Award recipient, Dan Pasternak of Essex Fells Country Club, who was named PGA Golf Professional...
By Marian on 9/3/2018 2:45 PM
Marina Alex trailed by six strokes at the beginning of the final round of the Cambia Portland Classic on Sunday. But when she made the turn at Columbia-Edgewater Country Club, she was leading. Alex had birdied the last five holes of the front nine to turn in 30. Behind her, the duo of Minjee Lee and Georgia Hall were faltering in the final group. Both Lee and Hall have won in 2018, setting up the expectation that Sunday's final round was going to turn into a duel between the two. But Hall's 75 and Lee's 77 put them well behind Alex.

The only thing was, Alex had no clue.

The former Vanderbilt All-American had spent the entire day avoiding any glimpse of a leader board. So she was completely unaware that she held a four-stroke lead while standing on the 18th tee. Only when she got within 150 yards of the green did she finally asked her caddie where they stood.

The surprise made the result all the sweeter. After playing in 124 LPGA Tour events, Alex finally claimed her first title, closing...
By Marian on 9/3/2018 2:28 PM
Bryson DeChambeau completed the first stage of his mission by winning The Northern Trust.

The next one is up to Ryder Cup captain Jim Furyk.

Staked to a four-shot lead, DeChambeau never let anyone closer than two shots, ended the threat with consecutive birdies and closed with a 2-under 69 for a four-shot victory over Tony Finau on Sunday in the FedEx Cup opener.

DeChambeau won for the second time this year, both times against some of the strongest fields. He moved to the top of the FedEx Cup standings and was all but assured of being one of the top five seeds at the Tour Championship who have a clear shot at the $10 million bonus.

Also on his mind is playing for no money at all at the Ryder Cup.

DeChambeau narrowly missed earning one of the eight automatic spots for the U.S. team when he missed the cut at the PGA Championship. Furyk makes three of his four captain's picks a week from Tuesday, and it will be tough to ignore a 24-year-old Californian with victories at...
Skip Navigation Links.