Seaview in Galloway, NJ
Set on 670 acres of Galloway, NJ, coast and woodlands, Seaview is home to two world class golf courses and a 296-room hotel.
The Bay Course opened in 1914 and was designed by Hugh Wilson and Donald Ross. The 6,300-yard layout is less a test of length, and more a test of imagination, accuracy and short game. The Bay Course presents a Scottish-links feel, dramatic seaside views, deep pot bunkers and small undulating greens. It is the current host of the ShopRite LPGA Classic, as well as nine holes in the 1942 PGA Championship.
The Pines Course opened in 1929 and was designed by William Flynn and Howard Toomey. Unlike the Bay Course, the Pines winds its way through New Jersey woodlands, presenting elevation changes and bountiful doglegs. The course measures 6,800 yards, and it features large bunkers and expansive, sloping greens. The 16th hole was the site of Sam Snead's miraculous 60-foot chip-in to win the 1942 PGA Championship — his first major.
HOST OF THE SHOPRITE LPGA CLASSIC PRESENTED BY ACER
SITE OF THE 1942 PGA CHAMPIONSHIP, SAM SNEAD'S FIRST MAJOR