Bayonne Golf Club
|Red (W)||71||5351 yards||71.4||127|
|Black M: 74.9/145||365||424||184||560||146||346||433||579||402||3439||471||236||442||563||222||316||486||491||454||3681||7120|
|Blue M: 73.0/142||343||386||170||534||140||331||415||565||390||3274||440||210||417||544||202||293||453||450||429||3438||6712|
|White M: 71.1/133 W: 77.4/146||337||363||160||495||130||303||388||550||347||3073||408||195||385||508||177||283||424||435||415||3230||6303|
|Red W: 71.7/133||281||336||130||439||112||280||330||430||307||2645||328||143||360||446||137||253||373||375||318||2733||5378|
Bayonne wasn’t unlike anything I had ever played before. Let me start with the private ferry around the Statue of Liberty en route to the golf course. The ferry has a built in bar so you can get a few pre and post round drinks in!
The clubhouse was a massive old school feeling building with a lighthouse. The locker room is seemingly never ending. The food was second to none! Amazing breakfast and dinner options.
Now for the golf. My caddies’ name was Joe and he was invaluable. Made the round even more enjoyable. The views of the water coupled with the fescue, truly one of my favorite rounds of golf that I have played. No cart are allowed so everyone walks.
If ever afford the opportunity, JUMP at the chance to play Bayonne. You won’t be disappointed.