Two highly ranked golf courses, stately and historic clubhouse.
Hallmark of major championship golf.
Lower Course’s “Famous Fourth,” signature par-3.
Tillinghast’s Dual Courses initiative - Lower and Upper -
first design project of its kind in America.
Rich golf history steeped in tradition dating back to 1895.
Now, a National Historic Landmark as designated by the National Park Service.
Phil Mickelson clinches 87th PGA Championship – 2005.
PGA returned in 2016.
Two U.S. Open victories for Jack Nicklaus.
Famous duel with Arnold Palmer - 1967.
"I shall always count Baltusrol among my favorite courses - it is certainly one of the finest in the world."
- Jack Nicklaus, U.S. Open Champion at Baltusrol, 1967 & 1980
Since these words were penned by Jack Nicklaus on the occasion of Baltusrol’s centennial in 1995, the Club has continued to thrive and prosper. The courses have attained a level of conditioning and playability rarely seen in the world of golf. In 2000, the U.S. Amateur Championship marked the fifteenth national championship played at Baltusrol. In all, seven U.S. Opens have been played on these grounds. In 2005, Baltusrol hosted its first PGA Championship, one of the most successful majors ever conducted at Baltusrol, and in 2016 the PGA returned for its centennial.
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- The Board of Governors