Fiddler's Elbow Country Club
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The club was founded in 1965. The club has three 18 hole courses (The River, The Forest, and The Meadow) each with a par of 72. The country club sits on what was previously a farm and the 10,000-square-foot (930 m2) English manor became the clubhouse.
The Rattlesnake Bridge Road entrance to the clubhouse is adjacent to Interstate 78, at Exit 26. The location comprises over 1,200 acres (4.9 km2) of terrain.
The club has individual, family, corporate, and aquatics memberships.  Guests must be accompanied by a member in order to play at Fiddlers Elbow. Membership includes access to the three golf courses, the club house and its restaurant, locker rooms, valet parking, and a helipad.
The club is frequented by many famous people including Steven Van Zandt and former New Jersey Governor Christine Todd Whitman. Former President Ronald Reagan used to frequent the club, as well as many other top executives from companies like Anheuiser Bush, Merck and GE. Many Fortune 500 companies have memberships at the club. Raymond J. Donovan, former US Secretary of Labor, is part owner of the club as well. New Jersey Devils goaltender Martin Brodeur has been known to visit the club, as well as former New York Giants' defensive end Michael Strahan. Other high profile members include former President George W. Bush, LPA golfer Annika Sörenstam, and many other professional athletes.
The club is privately owned and operated.
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