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Morris County

Morristown, New Jersey
ArchitectBadgeSeth Raynor
Morristown, New Jersey
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Nick nominated Morris County Golf Club as a Gem and we added it to our New Jersey pages in November 2010. Nick’s comments are as follows:

“This is a great old school Seth Raynor design. Comprising some of the finest green complexes I have ever putted on, a superb collection of short holes, blind shots, elevation changes and out and out an extremely interesting make up of holes. I feel it would be very worthy of an inclusion in your gems section.”

According to Daniel Wexler’s The American Private Golf Club Guide, Morris County was “founded in 1894 as a women-only club. Morris County hosted the 1896 US Women’s Amateur before being co-opted by the husbands – and hosting the men’s version two years later. The club hired Seth Raynor to build an entirely new course in 1916 which, after years of minor tweaking by lesser architects, was largely restored by Ron Prichard in 2001.”

Nick nominated Morris County Golf Club as a Gem and we added it to our New Jersey pages in November 2010. Nick’s comments are as follows:

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Seth Raynor

Long Island-born Seth Raynor ran a successful surveying business before being hired by Charles Blair Macdonald in 1908 to inspect the property that would become The National Golf Links of America.

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