Ocean County Golf Course At Atlantis


Ocean County Golf Course at Atlantis is one of the most notable courses that golf architect George Fazio had built during his career. Particularly known for his designs such as butterflies and clover-leafs, this course which he had created is undeniably exceptional in terms of design and difficulty. Most golfers give the same remark specifically on how they are challenged by the holes. Of course, who can take the par-2 6th hole for granted? This trickiest hole has a pond located in the middle of the fairway. Accuracy is the key to win this hole.

The 18-hole golf course has tree-lined fairways as well as water hazards present in some holes. It has a slope rating of 134 and a course rating of 73.6 with a yardage of 6,848 from the longest tee. It has three set of tees namely championship, forward and middle. The course implements the “Open to Public” guest policy. The property includes a full-service restaurant where guests can take their meals after the game.

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