Situated in scenic Bedminster Township, New Jersey, Fiddler's Elbow Country Club showcases nearly 1,000 acres of spectacular countryside, world-class amenities and an array of unique member privileges. Since opening its doors in 1965, the Club continues to set the gold standard as the state’s only 54 hole club where family and business members thrive.
Discover our three championship golf courses, designed by world-famous golf architects. Experience our stunning clubhouse, featuring fine and casual dining restaurants, plus banquet facilities for galas, weddings and social events.
From custom event planning to consummate black-tie service, you will not find a more appealing venue for entertaining your guests. The Club has staged hundreds of prestigious events and corporate, charity and PGA golf tournaments, and we have proudly entertained US Presidents, CEOs, business owners, athletes and celebrities.
Though the largest New Jersey country club, Fiddler's Elbow preserves an inviting sense of community and helps create enduring relationships. Fiddler's Elbow is conveniently located close to Newark International Airport and New York City.
Explore our website, and then call Allison Garber at 908-669-4297 to discuss membership opportunities and schedule a personal tour.
Fiddler's Elbow Country Club Today
Since 1965, when it was founded as a private corporate country club, Fiddler's Elbow has given executives and professionals an escape from the halls of industry and commerce to the amenities of fine dining, superior golf and business facilities.
Today, we provide members and their families with an atmosphere conducive to enjoy, relax and entertain while nurturing and developing important relationships. We have successfully evolved from a corporate only club into the area’s most desirable “hybrid” club with a blend of individuals of all ages, families and businesses making our membership the most unique in all of New Jersey.
Its fascinating history, picturesque golf courses and grounds and superb facilities make Fiddler's Elbow a most inspiring place. The Club's directors prudently maintain its historical significance, while making intelligent and progressive decisions about harmonizing the grounds with local ecological needs and evolving to meet members' changing desires.