Golf News for Wednesday, May 22, 2013 | Travel

New Jersey's Cape May National G.C. and Chalfonte Hotel team up to offer a historic stay-and-play golf vacation package

CAPE MAY, N.J. -- Cape May National Golf Club is one of the most natural golf courses ever built. Nicknamed "The Natural," the course surrounds a 50-acre private bird sanctuary. Cape May National started a new trend in environmental sensitivity in course design while providing a classic turn-of-the-century golf course that golfers love. In fact, Cape May National goes back to its roots to the late 1800s and its predecessor, Cape May Country Club.

The course surrounds one of the largest private bird sanctuaries in New Jersey. There are no houses -- just pure golf at a championship level, one of the most beautiful locations in the state.

Now you can play a round at Cape May National G.C. and save 20 percent off a night at the historic Chalfonte Hotel. Established in 1876, the Chalfonte Hotel is recognized as the oldest continuously operating hotel in Cape May, America's original seaside resort. Situated just two blocks from the beach, the Chalfonte offers a unique seashore experience defined by warm, Southern-style hospitality and simplistic traditions.

Dates: Good through June 30, 2013.

Price range: $70.

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