Which golf courses will be demolished this summer?
The Atlantic Coast has its eye on some major new developments in the next few months, but many other Atlantic City golf courses are also in the midst of construction.
According to a press release from the City of Atlantic City, the following eight new golf courses have been approved by the Atlantic City Council:•The Woodlands golf club•The Westchester golf clubThe Oak Ridge Golf Course•The North Atlantic Golf Club•The East Hampton Golf ClubThe Atlantic City Golf Club will be the first of the new developments to be completed by 2020.
These golf courses include two large multi-use facilities and two smaller ones that are currently in the process of being completed.•The new clubhouse at the Westchester Golf Course will be a major expansion and renovation of the current clubhouse.
The clubhouse will feature a brand new, state-of-the-art, modern clubhouse that will house a new ball-bowing facility and an expanded indoor practice area.
The new facility will have four courses in addition to the current three, plus a new one.•In addition to construction of the clubhouse, the new Westchester club is also home to the newly expanded North Atlantic golf course.
This will feature three new courses that will provide access to three new clubs: the Oak Ridge, the West Chester, and the Palm Beach.•As of December 31, 2018, more than 2,000 people had already been hired for construction of these four new courses.
The North Atlantic Club, Oak Ridge Club, and Palm Beach Club will have new clubhouse facilities in place by 2020, along with a new indoor facility and a new playing area.•New development projects on the horizon will include the construction of a new clubhouse, a large multipurpose facility, and a large indoor practice facility.