The Pines Course at Seaview Golf Club, in Absecon, New Jersey is a 6,731-yard, par-71 championship golf course that opened in 1929 after being designed by William Flynn and Howard Toomey. Winding its way around the New Jersey woodlands, you'll have to deal with elevation changes along with many doglegs on the course. Be aware of larger-than-life bunkers that will try their best to hurt your score. With the Pines Course at Seaview Golf Club's expansive and sloping greens, be prepared to find yourself in some spots on the green that still feel far away from the cup. Don't get discouraged, though. They run true because they are kept in good shape, so if you read them well, you'll give yourself a good shot at making a good putt. A fun fact about this course – it was the host of the 1942 PGA Championship where Sam Snead made a 60-foot chip-in on the 16th hole to win his first major. Enjoy the clubhouse and practice area while visiting and you'll leave having the complete golf experience.