Baltusrol Golf Club, synonymous with championship golf, sits at the base of Baltusrol Mountain in northern New Jersey, only a stone's throw from New York City. With a rich heritage that dates back to 1895, Baltusrol is considered one of the country's premier golf clubs. Its two championship courses, the Lower and Upper, have played distinguished roles on the national stage since their creation by Golden Age architect A.W. Tillinghast in 1922. Together, the courses have hosted 16 national championships, including seven U.S. Opens and one PGA Championship. The 98th PGA Championship is set to return in 2016.
We invite you to peruse the public side of our website, which offers hole-by-hole views of our two courses, the history of their design, a number of feature stories from our rich archives, and an overview of Baltusrolís history in major championship golf.
If you are visiting Baltusrol as the guest of a member, please take a moment to familiarize yourself with our regulations that govern guest play, dress code, and electronic devices. Click on one of the links for this information as well as for directions to the Club.