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Event Cancelled-SFNet New Jersey Chapter Joint SFNet NJ/NJTMA 2020 Golf & Tennis Outing
May 26, 2020 11:00 AM - 8:00 PM (Eastern Daylight Time)
West Orange , NJ
May 26, 2020
Essex County Country Club
350 Mt. Pleasant Ave.
West Orange, NJ 07052
Registration/Lunch - 11:00AM - 12:15PM
Golf: 12:30PM Shotgun Start
Reception: Immediately after Golf, Approximately 5:00PM
Golf & Dinner - $295 members, $350 non-members
(Includes lunch, greens fee, cart, dinner with open bar, gift)
Tennis & Dinner - $195 members, $250 non-members
(Includes lunch, led round robin, prizes, dinner with open bar, gift)
Dinner & Open Bar Only - $125 members, $175 non-members
Essex County Country Club ("ECCC"), established in 1887, is New Jersey's oldest country club and is the sixth oldest in the country. Originally established as a hunt club in the Hutton Park section of West Orange NJ, ECCC introduced golf in 1898. The history of the golf course is a composite of the greatest names of the golden age of golf design. The club moved to the current site in 1917 and AW Tillinghast designed the "first course on the mountain." The success of his effort at ECCC is widely noted as a springboard for his career. The course was redesigned in 1928 by Seth Raynor and Charles Banks. The new course retained 7 Tillinghast holes and boasts "the best back nine in the state of NJ."
The club, and its forerunner, has a long and distinguished list of members. The club counts a former US Sect'y of State, a former US Sect'y of the Navy, two former US Senators and three former NJ State Governors as well as many luminaries of business and the arts. ECCC's founding members include familiar names like Colgate, Merck, Chubb and Pfizer. ECCC's most famous member was Thomas Edison who was a member of ECCC from 1889 until his death in 1931.
The club has had visits from three US Presidents (Wilson, T. Roosevelt and Taft), sports stars such as Babe Ruth, screen legends like Bob Hope and famous golfers such as Bobby Jones, Walter Hagen, Byron Nelson and Sam Snead.
ECCC's role in the area began as one of the founding clubs of the MGA and NJSGA as well as one of the original 25 members of the USGA. It has been host to numerous NJ State Opens and Amateurs, many MGA events and will most recently host a 2018 U.S Open qualifier on May 7, 2018.
We Thank Our 2019 Sponsors:
Lowenstein Sandler LLP
Cost Reduction Solutions - Field Exam Services
Lunch Sponsor - People's United Bank
Cocktail Hour Sponsor - Becker & Poliakoff
Dinner Sponsor - Tiger Group
Golf Cart Sponsor - Lakeland Bank
Tennis Sponsor - Alleon Healthcare Capital
Halfway House Sponsor - SM Law, PC
Rosenthal Trade Capital Cup Sponsor - Rosenthal & Rosenthal
North Mill Capital Ball Sponsor - North Mill Capital, LLC
Cigar Sponsor - Veritas Financial Partners
Best Turnaround Sponsor - Phoenix Management Services
Closest to the Pin Sponsor - Access Capital, Inc.
Closest to the Pin - BHI
Closest to the Pin Sponsor - Rosenberg and Fecci Consulting
Driving Range Sponsor - Heritage Global Valuations
Electronic Scoring Sponsor - Mandelbaum Salsburg
Longest Drive Sponsor - EisnerAmper LLP
Longest Drive Sponsor - SM Financial Services Corporation
A.J. Willner Auctions
Aurous Financial Services
Carl Marks Advisors
Cedar Croft Consulting Ltd.
Connell Foley LLP
Cost Reduction Solutions - Field Exam Svcs
Durkin Group & Associates
First Business Financial Services
Gerber Finance Inc.
HBM Management Associates, LLC
IMG Business Advisors
Lowenstein Sandler LLP
PNC Business Credit
Porzio, Bromberg & Newman P.C.
Prestige Capital Corporation
Riker Danzig Scherer Hyland Perretti LLP
Schenk Price Smith & King, LLP
SM Financial Services Corporation
SM Law, PC
Walsh Pizzi O'Reilly Falanga LLP
For more information or to register, please click here.
SFNET MEMBERS - IF YOU ARE NOT ALSO A TMA MEMBER, PLEASE USE PRICE CODE CHAC24 WHEN REGISTERING OR YOU WILL NOT RECEIVE MEMBER PRICING.
To pay by check, please send your check made payable to NJTMA to:
Betty Mantz, NJCFA/TMA Chapter Administrator
PO Box 75
Raritan, NJ 08869
GARDEN STATE PARKWAY: North or South to exit 145 – 280 West to exit 8A (Prospect Ave). Take Prospect Ave to the third light. Turn right onto Mt. Pleasant Ave (Route 10). Club entrance is on LEFT about 1/4 mile down Mt. Pleasant Ave.
NEW JERSEY TURNPIKE (I-95): Exit 15W to Route 280 West to exit 8A. Follow above directions from exit 8A.
HOLLAND TUNNEL: NJ Turnpike North to exit 15W to Route 280 West. Follow above directions from 280 West.
GEORGE WASHINGTON BRIDGE: NJ Turnpike South to exit 15W to Route 280 West. Follow above directions from 280 West.
NO REFUNDS OR CREDITS FOR FUTURE EVENTS. SUBSTITUTIONS ARE PERMITTED.
Contact: Betty Mantz
Phone Number: (908)575-7333