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Tee Off with Tegus

bayonne golf club – bAYONNE, NJ – October 10, 2023
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Experience an exclusive day at the prestigious Bayonne Golf Club in New York Harbor. Join us for an invite-only event with Tegus' Co-CEOs, Mike and Tom Elnick, and CFO Bob Casey.

The day’s lineup begins with a private ferry ride from Manhattan, followed by a brunch and an 18-hole golf tournament, scramble style. As the winners emerge, celebrate with cocktails before sitting down for an all-inclusive dinner.

Date: Tuesday, Oct. 10 from 10:30am-8:00pm ET
Location: Bayonne Golf Club // 1 Lefante Way, Bayonne, NJ 07002

Agenda for the Day

10:30am Ferry departure from NYC to Bayonne Golf Club
11:00am Check In & Brunch
12:30pm Tee Off
5:00pm Cocktails & Dinner
7:30pm Ferry departure to NYC

Event Details

Guests have the option to rent complimentary golf clubs onsite. Kindly let us know in your RSVP whether or not you will require them to ensure they are available upon your arrival.

In addition, guests are able to take the complimentary Bayonne Golf ferry from NYC Harbor to the club. Please indicate in your RSVP as to whether or not you plan to use this mode of transportation. If driving, note that complimentary valet parking is available onsite.

Tour the Course
Hole 1
Par 4 (Handicap: Men 16, Women 17)

The first hole at Bayonne features a partially blind approach to the green, which is hidden from view behind a small dune. This hole design is a variation of the often blind angles to greens on the great links of Scotland and Ireland, most notably the Dell Hole at Lahinch.

Hole 2
Par 4 (Handicap: Men 7, Women 3)

In Scotland, a stream is called a "burn." On the second hole, a dogleg left, a small burn enters the salt marsh adjacent to the fairway landing area and between the location of the green.

Hole 3
Par 3 (Handicap: Men 15, Women 13)

The green format for the third was inspired by the world-famous par three 15th hole at North Berwick in Scotland. The essential Redan ingredients feature a diagonal green that slopes from the front right to the back left.

Hole 4
Par 5 (Handicap: Men 6, Women 4)

On this part five, large sand/scrub and hilly groupings of waste bunkers separate the fairway landing zones. For the second shot the green is hidden from view and the golfer will see, in the distance, a "church spire" which provides a point of reference for the left side of the green.

Hole 5
Par 3 (Handicap: Men 18, Women 18)

A short part three protected in front by a menacing stacked-sod bunker. Golfers will need to play a skillfull approach to this undulating green.

Hole 6
Par 4 (Handicap: Men 11, Women 11)

A short par four that offers a risk/reward challenge to drive the green in one with an eagle opportunity, yet at the same time presents significant danger from an errant tee shot that may result in a bogey or more.

Hole 7
Par 4 (Handicap: Men 4, Women 10)

A straight-a-way par four set between hills and knolls. The beach rose is commonly called salt spray rose, or by its scientific name – Ragosa rose. At the Bayonne Golf Club, the beach rose can be found growing among the native plant material.

Hole 8
Par 5 (Handicap: Men 2, Women 1)

This par five plays along a tidal brackish marshland vegetated with cordgrass and other salt tolerant plant species. This wetland is the largest environmentally protected man-made site on the lower Hudson River.

Hole 9
Par 4 (Handicap: Men 8, Women 6)

This dogleg right par four features a drive to a diagonal fairway that presents the golfer with a tempting choice. Driving safely to the left leaves a much longer shot into the green than those who dare to carry more of the hazard.

Hole 10
Par 4 (Handicap: Men 5, Women 5)

Most links holes of Scotland and Ireland are routed through the natural lows between the dunes. The tenth hole, a long, bunkerless dogleg right, is such a hole. The sloping fairway forces the golfer to play his approach shots from uneven lies.

Hole 11
Par 4 (Handicap: Men 14, Women 14)

A long par three with a portion of the green protected by a flanking dune on the right. When the hole is cut to the right, the golfer must be inventive to get the ball close.

Hole 12
Par 4 (Handicap: Men 9, Women 12)

For many, this is the most exhilarating tee shot of the round. Looking east towards the harbor, the backdrop is an ever-changing panorama of ocean vessels. The hole's name comes from the two echelon of bunkers, seven crossing the fairway and another six located to the right side of the green.

Hole 13
Par 5 (Handicap: Men 10, Women 9)

This long par five climbs its way between grassy hills and mounds, though during summer months, the golfer should have the prevailing wind at his back. To the right of the green is the club's iconic flagpole; the tallest on the East Coast – that hoists the Stars and Stripes.

Hole 14
Par 3 (Handicap: Men 17, Women 15)

Only a few paces from the clubhouse, the tee shot to this downhill par three is fraught with challenge. The plateau green is reminiscent of the steep greenside drop-off found at Royal Dornoch.

Hole 15
Par 4 (Handicap: Men 13, Women 16)

Sand bunkers originated on the earliest golf courses resulting from sheep bedding down on slopes and in small valleys. The sheep, wanting to be protected by the wind, created areas of exposed sand, now known as bunkers. The fifteeth hole at Bayonne has hollows in front of both the tee and green that provide protected areas, reminiscent of golf holes found in Scotland or Ireland.

Hole 16
Par 4 (Handicap: Men 1, Women 2)

This may be the most challenging two-shotter on the course. And from the elevated tees, the golfer is treated to some of the best views of the day. The fairway may be generous, and the green may be unusually large, but par is very hard to come by.

Hole 17
Par 4 (Handicap: Men 3, Women 7)

The seventeenth hole is routed along the Hudson, with a drive challenged by water, and guarded on the left by a continuous beach bunker.

Hole 18
Par 4 (Handicap: Men 12, Women 8)

A long uphill par four guided between large, grassy dunes take the golfer home. The club's lighthouse serves as the aiming guide to the partially blind approach.

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