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Liberty National Golf Club


Liberty National is a country club in Jersey City, New Jersey with the club house, guest villas, teaching super center and halfway house referred to as "Cafe 12" designed by Lindsay Newman Architecture and Design and with a 7,353-yard (6,724 m) course designed by Robert E. Cupp and Tom Kite.

The club cost over $250 million to build, making it one of the most expensive golf courses in history.[5] Club designers added amenities such as an on-site helistop, yacht services, a spa and a restaurant. Nine hundred adjacent homes, slated to be built in the coming years, are said to cost from $1.5 million to $5 million. Liberty National is noted as a unique course because of its proximity to both the Statue of Liberty and Manhattan, as well as the fact it was built on a former landfill.

Liberty National hosted The Barclays, formerly the Westchester Classic, in 2009 after Westchester Country Club decided it would no longer host the event after 40 years of doing so. Heath Slocum won the event with a score of 275 (9). Liberty National hosted The Barclays again in August 2013, prior to which the course underwent many changes.


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