Situated on over 600 acres in the scenic countryside and located just 40 minutes from Manhattan, Trump National is one of the most prestigious golf properties in the world. The Old Course, ranked as one of the “Top 100 Courses in the World” is a par-72 course measuring over 7,700 yards, while the New Course, opening to acclaim in 2008 as it finished atop the list of "Best New Courses in the Country," is a par-72 course and measures over 7,500 yards. In addition to hosting the 2009 U.S. Boys’ and Girls’ Junior Amateur Championship, where Jordan Spieth won the coveted title as champion, Trump National Bedminster will be the future home of the 2017 U.S. Women's Open and 2022 PGA Championship.

Championship golf combined with the finest amenities, such as a distinctive Clubhouse, previously known as the John DeLorean estate, an exquisite ballroom, expansive pool complex, golf performance center and Har-Tru tennis courts, creates a world-class property.