A Walter Travis design from 1918. Upgraded to modern standards, with exciting new developments planned for 2018.
If you love golf, then White Beeches has 18 ways to wow you every day. The course has hosted several sectional qualifiers for professional events, and our professional staff and greens staff ensure the greens are always running fast and true.
The golf staff is led by PGA Tour winner and Oradell resident Jim McGovern
Lessons are available from three different PGA certified instructors
A full practice facility features a real grass driving range, chipping green, practice bunker and putting green
A fully-stocked pro shop is available for all your equipment and apparel needs
Meet Head Pro
Jim McGovern is the Head Professional at White Beeches Golf & Country Club. Prior to joining the club, he was a star on the PGA Tour from 1991–1998, and again in 2008.
Not only is he one of the very few PGA Professionals to have been on the PGA Tour, he is also a PGA Tour winner, having won the Shell Houston Open in 1993. The next year, he finished tied for 5th in The Masters.
More recently, Jim earned a spot in the 2014 PGA Championship and the 2017 US Senior Open.
Jim McGovern and his staff are ready to help you find your game, and give you a true professional's perspective.
White Beeches Golf and Country Club, named in honor of the beech trees that originally lined the course, was incorporated in 1918 and in 1920 the course was extensively redesigned by world renowned golf course architect Walter J. Travis. His theories and philosophies concerning golf techniques and strategies found voice in his designs. The Walter J. Travis legend lives on in the many courses he designed that remain classics to this day, such as Westchester Country Club, Garden City Golf Club, Jekyll Island, and Sea Island.