Englewood Golf Club
A map of the front nine is available, http://i53.tinypic.com/29stah.jpg
The golf course met its demise when in the 1960s the approach ramp to the George Washington Bridge cut right through the middle of the property. This portion of the NJ Turnpike was built on the border between Englewood and Leonia, NJ-dividing the golf course. The Cross Creek Point condominiums were built on the site in Englewood. Houses were also built Leonia site, where one street is called Golf Course Drive.
Additional information can be found by reading: "The Missing Links: America's Greatest Lost Golf Courses & Holes" by Daniel Wexler.
- Englewood Golf Club, once a piece of golf history, now a piece of the Turnpike
- Mary Gibson Bass Oral History Project Columbia University 1976 Volume 1, page 30
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