Links Golf Course

Jaworski & Billy Casper. Links at Brigantine Golf Course Proposals

On Thursday, September 25, the City of Brigantine Beach received proposals from Billy Casper Golf, and Ron Jaworski. Both are interested in leasing, and running our ‘links’ style golf course. The golf course committee will review the proposals and present them to council shortly. If/when accepted and approved, the winning bidder would take over the …

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Brigantine Golf Course Proposals. Employee Demands & Recommendations

In a few weeks, The City of Brigantine will hopefully receive a nice collection of proposals from professional golf course operators such as Billy Casper Golf and former Philadelphia Eagles QB; Ron Jaworski. A total of 9 potential management companies expressed early interest in leasing the Links at Brigantine Golf for up to 24 years. …

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Councilman Pullella Sets Record Straight on Golf Course

Last week, a local newspaper published a letter to the editor called Golf….’Common Sense’ from local resident, Michael J. Lange Jr..  Mr. Lange is a Brigantine Firefighter, a Real Estate appraiser and (from what we understand) an avid golfer. His letter in the Brigantine Times (see below) caught the attention of Brigantine Councilman, Tony Pullella. …

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Brigantine Golf Course Attracts Nine Interested Buyers

Nine possible buyers stopped by to ‘kick the tires’ of our Links at Brigantine Golf Course. A mandatory pre-bid conference was held on Wednesday, August 20 at The Links clubhouse.Purchased with borrowed money by the city in 2002, the Links has contributed heavily to something that residents were told would never happen: taxpayers having to pony up to …

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Links at Brigantine Golf Looks for Outside Help

LATEST REPORT: The ‘Links at Brigantine Golf’ course is one of the many hidden gems of Brigantine Beach. Unfortunately, it’s so well hidden, it has become a tax burden. Reports are surfacing that suggest Brigantine’s lack of experience in running a golf course is the primary impediment for turning this investment into a revenue producing …

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Councilman Pullella’s View of Brigantine Golf Course

A look at Brigantine’s golf course – its history and possible future. By TONY PULLELLA. Brigantine Councilman at Large. The Brigantine golf course was established around 1927 and was owned privately until 2002. Under private ownership, the golf course paid real estate taxes that contributed to the city budget. The annual tax bill for the …

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Links at Brigantine Golf: Lawsuit & Consultant, Few Golfers.

The Brigantine golf course is back in the news. According to The Press of Atlantic City, The Links at Brigantine is moving forward with a study by Stephen Kay, a prominent golf course architect. Kay could help decide the future of our struggling golf course as the current third-party operator; (Meadowbrook) faces a lawsuit alleging …

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Councilman Delucry: Brigantine Should Not Run Golf Course

Why would Brigantine be the better choice for running our city golf course? That’s what Councilman Delucry wants to know. Is it arrogance that makes Brigantiners think that locals can come up with a good plan to turn around the ‘Links at Brigantine’? Many believe that much needed ‘marketing savvy’ and some drainage fixes could …

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Stephen Kay

Brigantine Considers Golf Course Master Plan

On Wednesday night August 7, Brigantine City Council dug deeper into issues related to The Links at Brigantine Golf Course. Stephen Kay, a well-known & licensed golf course architect, presented some preliminary ideas about how he could help revive our 185 acre city asset. Mr. Kay is being considered for a ‘master plan’. CLICK THRU …

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