Ash Brook GC Breaks Ground on $8.9M Clubhouse

By | October 12, 2017

The 21,000-sq. ft. building in Scotch Plains, N.J., is expected to open in September 2018 featuring a full-service restaurant with terrace, a retail pro shop, administrative offices, public restrooms, underground cart barn for a new electric fleet of 90 carts, and a full-service turn stand. The Union County Freeholder Board today held a groundbreaking in Scotch Plains, […]


Shackamaxon CC Opens “Shack-Cade”

By | February 23, 2017

The Scotch Plains, N.J., club recently unveiled the game room, located on the lower level of the clubhouse, that features full-size air hockey and foosball tables, and a multi-cade with over 600 classics such as Pac-Man, Mario Bros., Donkey Kong, X-Men, and Tetris, and more. The room will also be the site of kids’ club events and arcade tournaments.


Making the Lists

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Careful planning and proper budgeting help superintendents gear up for the capital equipment decisions needed to keep properties in top condition.


Shackamaxon CC Celebrates Centennial

By | February 23, 2016

The Scotch Plains, N.J., property is planning a yearlong series of events, tournaments, and activities to celebrate its 100th anniversary, starting on March 4 with the Shackamaxon Speaker Series featuring A.W. Tillinghast historian Phil Young.


The Huffington Post Highlights Club Success Stories

By | August 11, 2015

The Bay Club at Mattapoisett (Mass.), Shackamaxon Country Club in Scotch Plains, N.J., and Alpine Country Club in Cranston, R.I., top the list of golf-related businesses that have “found success once they were able to find their own distinct voice and style.”


Plainfield CC Golf Instructor Killed as Pedestrian in New York City

By | January 5, 2015

Wesley Mensing, 27, was struck while crossing an intersection in upper Manhattan. A graduate of Methodist University’s PGA Golf Management program, he had been hired in 2014 as Plainfield CC’s first-ever Director of Instruction and named in November as one of the best under-40 instructors in the U.S.