Atlantic City Golf Courses
Designed in 1927 by the architectural firm of Toomey and Flynn, the initial nine-holes of this New Jersey golf course were sculpted in the scenic pinelands on the west side of our Atlantic City resort. An additional nine holes were added and the first nine updated by architect William Gordon in 1957. Today the 18-hole Pines Course covers roughly 6,700 yards of challenging New Jersey golf with a course rating of 71.7.
The Bay Course at our New Jersey golf resort was designed by Donald Ross in 1914. This 18-hole bayside course runs along Reed's Bay and features 6,300 wind-swept yards, classic mounding, deep-pot and high-faced bunkers, plus small greens with subtle undulations. Host site to the 1942 PGA Championship where Sam Snead won his first major, the Bay Course is dramatically influenced by the winds blowing off of the Atlantic Ocean and will challenge even the best golfers.
BIRD GOLF ACADEMY AT SEAVIEW
Two-to-one or one-to-one student to instructor ratios and a teaching staff comprised of PGA and LPGA tour winners and professionals make Bird Golf Academy at Seaview Resort the "ultimate golf learning experience."® Offering customized, private golf schools on two of New Jersey's best golf courses, Bird Golf Academy provides a memorable golf experience and teachings that will last a lifetime. For more information about Bird Golf Academy at Seaview Resort visit