Metedeconk National Golf Club
50 Hannah Hill Road,
Jackson, New Jersey 08527
The name, Metedeconk, derives from the Metedeconk Indian Tribe that inhabited
the area as late as the early 17th century as well as from the nearby
Metedeconk River, which flows into the Barnegat Bay at Bay Head.
Metedeconk National Golf Club was conceived (in 1987) by the Sambol Family
of Middletown, New Jersey. As stewards for the land on which Metedeconk
is located, the Sambols have committed themselves to building and maintaining
a course of national prominence that celebrates the authority of the natural
beauty which long preceded their involvement in the property. They are
dedicated to creating an environment for a select group of individuals
where sportsmanship, camaraderie and service are unmatched.
ABOUT THE CLUB
Metedeconk is a club that reserves the sport of golf and the camaraderie
that arises from it. There are no diversions such as tennis courts or
swimming pools that might dilute this focus, nor is Metedeconk part of
a real estate development. Rather, it is a private golf club that provides
an opportunity to play a nationally prominent course and to be entertained
in facilities that cater to each member and guest’s individual requirements.
The club’s steady development has followed a master plan that concentrates
on course architecture, superior conditioning and a level of service befitting
Metedeconk’s caliber of membership.
THE FACILITIES AND AMENITIES
addition to the 27 holes Robert Trent Jones, Sr. and Roger Rulewich designed
golf course, Metedeconk has other added attractions including: one driving
range located next to the maintenance building, a separate practice facility
with a putting green and chipping areas, and four overnight guest houses.
The Clubhouse opened in 1996 and was designed by the New York firm of
Robert Lamb Hart. Inside the 20,000 square foot Clubhouse are a men’s
and ladies’ locker room, golf shop, three dining areas, and a screened
porch. The grounds maintenance facilities and heliport area are located
adjacent to the lower driving range.
Access to Metedeconk
Club is located
off of Hannah
Hill Road and
Route 527 (Just
off of exit 21