Running along Reed’s Bay, the 18-hole links-style Bay Course is dramatically influenced by winds blowing off of the Atlantic Ocean and will challenge even the best golfers. The Bay Course opened in 1914 was designed by Hugh Wilson and Donald Ross.
The 6,300-yard course is not a test of length, rather a test of imagination, accuracy and short game. The Bay Course presents a Scottish links feel, dramatic seaside views, deep pot bunkers, plus small undulating greens. The course is the current host of the ShopRite LPGA Classic as well as 9 holes in the 1942 PGA Championship.