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I need some assistance from you guys please. I am looking to do a bachelor party in June with 5 or 6 guys. We would be coming from Long Island NY. Looking for a golf course with some hotels bars and restaurants in the area. Would like to be in the Nj or Connecticut Deleware Pennsylvania area. Basically no more than a 3 hour drive. Please help don't want to pay $199 to play at Foxwoods. Thank you.
post #2 of 15

If you want to try the Philly area, check out Scotland Run in Williamstown, NJ. http://www.scotlandrun.com/ It's about a 1/2 hour drive from Center City Philadelphia. On the way back into the city you can stop at any of the gentleman's clubs on Essington Ave or Delaware Ave. The gentleman's clubs are actually more my area of expertise. 

post #3 of 15
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Thanks for the response. I think Atlantic City is the destination. A fee courses to choose from. I liked what I read about Blue Heron. Any others?
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Thanks for the response. I think Atlantic City is the destination. A fee courses to choose from. I liked what I read about Blue Heron. Any others?

Seaview has a pair of nice courses. Can you get on ACCC?
post #5 of 15
I agree with Scotland Run or you could do Twisted Dunes. For my friend's bachelor party we all chipped in, got a suite at Harrahs and had the "entertainment" come do a private show. It was way better than any other gentleman's club in AC area and less expensive.
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Atlantic City is the obvious no brainer selection here!! Blue Heron is nice, Stone Harbor is nice, Atlantic city is real nice but you referenced not wanting to spend 200 for a round. if yu book room thru casino ACCC may become much more reasonable...depending on the crew you are coming it could be a comp!!! if you have connections to get on Gallaway do that, it is a good track.

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Originally Posted by jmanbooyaa View Post

Thanks for the response. I think Atlantic City is the destination. A fee courses to choose from. I liked what I read about Blue Heron. Any others?

Seaview has a pair of nice courses. Can you get on ACCC?

Blue Heron is pretty nice, but I'm partial to Seaview, my home course. ACCC is the classic jewel in my area, but in June you'll probably be paying close to 2 bills for a round there. Seaview has two courses of different character - a true links on the salt marsh (not a links-style built in the woods like Twisted Dune), and a great parklands course. Plus, you can stay at the Seaview hotel (a grand old style from the roaring 20s) and take a $20 cab ride into the decadence of AC and get t!ts and booze to your hearts desire!

post #8 of 15
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Atlantic City is the obvious no brainer selection here!! Blue Heron is nice, Stone Harbor is nice, Atlantic city is real nice but you referenced not wanting to spend 200 for a round. if yu book room thru casino ACCC may become much more reasonable...depending on the crew you are coming it could be a comp!!! if you have connections to get on Gallaway do that, it is a good track.

Lefty, you played Galloway?! I heard that even Senators and movie stars can't get on Galloway. Hmm, I'll get you a freebie at Seaview if you can get me on Galloway...

post #9 of 15
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I agree with Scotland Run or you could do Twisted Dunes. For my friend's bachelor party we all chipped in, got a suite at Harrahs and had the "entertainment" come do a private show. It was way better than any other gentleman's club in AC area and less expensive.

Some friends and I did the same thing at the Borgata, but we quickly found out the ladies weren't "dancers," if you follow. Most of us made a beeline for the casino while a single friend stayed in the room. 

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we quickly found out the ladies weren't "dancers," if you follow. Most of us made a beeline for the casino while a single friend stayed in the room. 

 

 

i dont think theres enough Lysol or Saran Wrap in the world....yikes...

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Lefty, you played Galloway?! I heard that even Senators and movie stars can't get on Galloway. Hmm, I'll get you a freebie at Seaview if you can get me on Galloway...

 

only once, was the guest of a guest. the owner is or was the CEO of Commerce i believe. this was meeting of several heavy hitters, multi-million (over 25m) deal was on the table. i got the invite because they needed a 4th and buddy thought i would ease the mood in the group. i had a blast, the place is great. i honestly didn't know it was real hard to get on. The guy who took me is well connected and when you play with him regularly you never know what or where the next round will be... it is good guy to have a golf buddy

post #12 of 15
Come down to Galloway and play the Seaview. Atlantic City is 7 miles away great old Hotel with a few bars next to the course and take the Hotel taxi to Reval.
post #13 of 15
Thread Starter 
Well the bachelor party weekend came to an end. Ended up doing Brigantine Beach Links course. Alot of fun.
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Well the bachelor party weekend came to an end. Ended up doing Brigantine Beach Links course. Alot of fun.

Pics?

.....and I don't mean the golf! a2_wink.gif
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Thread Starter 
Sorry no extra curricular ladies. Went into Staletos for 20 seconds. Wasn't feeling junkie dancers with no shape to them.
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