Facilities Alpine Country Club

Our Story

Alpine Country Club is situated on 196 gloriously verdant acres in Northern Bergen County. In 1928, at the behest of a group of civil leaders called “The Forty Millionaires”, prolific golf course architect A.W. Tillinghast designed and built the ‘Aldecress’ course on the site that is now Alpine Country Club. The original name was derived from the three towns to which the course is connected: Alpine, Demarest and Cresskill. This course turned out to be the most challenging for Tillilnghast to build and is known as his “hidden gem”. Located on the Jersey Palisades, rock formations required blasting in order to shape the course to his perfection. In 1960, the course was sold to the membership and the name was changed.

In 2005, a long-range plan to restore the design and style of Tillinghast’s vision, as well as to preserve the landscape and improve turf quality, was implemented to ensure the enjoyment of generations to come. At that time, our 19th Hole Facility, now called the Golfhouse, was renovated and expanded and includes the Golfhouse Grille, top-notch Golf Pro Shop and Locker Room Facilities.

The Main Clubhouse was re-built and opened in May 2007. The Clubhouse boasts world-class amenities, including several gracious dining options -- both indoor and al fresco -- elegant, state-of-the-art locker rooms, a children’s playroom, golf simulator room and a well-equipped fitness facility.