Francis A. Byrne Golf Course

Essex County’s Francis Byrne Golf Course dates back to 1926, when it was developed as Francis A Byrnea private country club program by kept in mind golf designer Charles Banks. Through our improvement task, much of the program features have been restored to their timeless roots, making Byrne one of the premiere public golf locations in the state. A number of holes are based upon well-known programs from Scotland, consisting of the par 5 First hole that is imitated the Road Hole at St. Andrews.

To name a few timeless openings on the Byrne Golf Course are the long par 3 Biarritz 2nd hole that determines well over 200 backyards from the championship tee as well as the brief 14th that is similar to the Eden opening that is also located at St. Andrews, as well as many of the very best personal clubs in the USA. The back nine at Byrne includes several lengthy par 4 openings such as the 12th and 15th, the latter which champ golf enthusiast Bobby Jones considered to be among one of the most tough holes in America.

This attractive training course in West Orange includes deep shelters, hilly topography and also rolling eco-friendlies that combine to produce a splendidly challenging design that gauges virtually 6,800 backyards and also provides public golfers the rare possibility to play a training course from golf’s Golden Age of Design.

General Golf Info
The Area of Essex requires each golf enthusiast to register with the County prior to making use of the automated tee time system. You might register personally in all three golf links Monday thru Friday from 8:00 to 4:00 as well as on Saturday from 8:30 to 12:00.

New enrollments
The Area only will approve a valid New Jersey Chauffeur’s Permit with existing address as well as one current utility expense (Telephone, PSE&G or Cord only) with the applicant’s name on it. If costs remain in a spouse’s name, the applicant needs to reveal a copy of a marriage certificate. We will certainly likewise approve Passports with an Essex Region address.


Golf players have to supply proof of residency each year when renewing their Golf ID card. Proof of residency is a valid New Jersey Vehicle driver’s License and also a current utility bill (Telephone, PSE&G or Cord just) with the candidate’s name on it. If expenses are in a partner’s name, the candidate must reveal a duplicate of a marriage certificate.

To Renew by mail,
Golf ID Workplace
220 Franklin Ave, Belleville, NJ 07109
please send the following:
1) Duplicates of 2 of the following: New Jersey Motorist’s Permit, present telephone, PSE&G or Cable costs or voter’s enrollment card with the same address.
2) Golf ID Card
3) Publish an Enrollment type & supply all inquired. (Please click HERE to Publish Form).
4) Examine or money order payable to Essex Region Dept. of Parks for the called for fee (See Essex Region Golf Course Official Fee Framework.).
Please note: Golf ID Cards can not be renewed through the mail if there is an adjustment in status or address.

New enrollment for juniors.
Juniors ages 11 to 17 years should have a birth certification and a moms and dad or guardian present that should bring their valid New Jersey Vehicle driver’s License and also a present energy bill (Telephone, PSE&G or Cable Television just). A legitimate New Jersey Driver’s License is sufficient for a Junior age 17. For more youth chances Please click on this link for the First Tee/Essex Region Website.

Registration for the impaired.
If a golfer can reveal evidence that he or she is totally disabled, they will be extended a discount rate on their eco-friendlies fee.
The adhering to are considered evidence of qualification: Social Security Management Award Letter, Medicare Card accompanied by proof of age, or a motor vehicle disabled person’s ID.

To replace lost cards.
Cards must be avoided year to year as just the stickers will certainly be updated. If a golf enthusiast has lost his/her card and also would like it replaced, after that he/she could change it at any one of the three golf courses for a $25.00 replacement card charge.

Termination details and also absence policies.
A no-show is defined as any person who fails to cancel/modify a tee time in advancement, that appears with fewer.
gamers compared to held by the reservation, or when the person making the appointment is not present in the team.
First Violation: A charge to your account of $10 each.
2nd Infraction: A charge to your account of $10 per person plus and a 30-day suspension from the reservation system.
3rd Offense: A charge to your account of $10 each and also a 1 year suspension from the booking system.