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Englewood Golf Club was a private golf course in the eastern United States, located in Englewood and Leonia, New Jersey, just west of New York City. Opened 125 years ago as a nine-hole course in 1896, a second nine was added four years later; it hosted the U.S. Amateur in 1906 and the U.S. Open in 1909. Additional information can be found by reading: "The Missing Links: America's Greatest Lost Golf Courses & Holes" by Daniel Wexler. In 1926, the club hosted the wedding reception of New York Post editor Joseph Cookman and his bride Mary Bass, editor of the Ladies Home Journal.

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  • Englewood Golf Club was a private golf course in the eastern United States, located in Englewood and Leonia, New Jersey, just west of New York City. Opened 125 years ago as a nine-hole course in 1896, a second nine was added four years later; it hosted the U.S. Amateur in 1906 and the U.S. Open in 1909. The golf course met its demise in the 1960s when the approach ramp to the George Washington Bridge cut right through the middle of the property. This portion of the New Jersey Turnpike was built on the border between Englewood and Leonia, and bisected the golf course; the clubhouse was in the northeast corner of the property. Play continued on the divided course, but the financial burden became too great, and the course closed in 1976. Cross Creek Point condominiums were built on the northeast half in Englewood, and single-family houses were built on the southwest half in Leonia, with a street named Golf Course Drive. Additional information can be found by reading: "The Missing Links: America's Greatest Lost Golf Courses & Holes" by Daniel Wexler. In 1926, the club hosted the wedding reception of New York Post editor Joseph Cookman and his bride Mary Bass, editor of the Ladies Home Journal. (en)
  • De Englewood Golf Club was een golfclub in de Verenigde Staten. De club werd opgericht in 1896 en bevond zich in Englewood, New Jersey. De club beschikte over een 18-holes golfbaan met een par van 71. (nl)
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  • De Englewood Golf Club was een golfclub in de Verenigde Staten. De club werd opgericht in 1896 en bevond zich in Englewood, New Jersey. De club beschikte over een 18-holes golfbaan met een par van 71. (nl)
  • Englewood Golf Club was a private golf course in the eastern United States, located in Englewood and Leonia, New Jersey, just west of New York City. Opened 125 years ago as a nine-hole course in 1896, a second nine was added four years later; it hosted the U.S. Amateur in 1906 and the U.S. Open in 1909. Additional information can be found by reading: "The Missing Links: America's Greatest Lost Golf Courses & Holes" by Daniel Wexler. In 1926, the club hosted the wedding reception of New York Post editor Joseph Cookman and his bride Mary Bass, editor of the Ladies Home Journal. (en)
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