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A Private Resort Close to Home GOLF: An 18-hole championship golf course that measures 6447 yards from the back tees down to 5452 yards at the forward tees, making this golf course very playable at any level and challenging for low-handicap golfers. The course is walk-able (carts are also available) and picturesque, with water features that come into play on 4 holes. Members can choose to play 9 or 18 holes, with or without a caddie.

TENNIS: Cedar Hill has three fast dry, green clay Har-Tru tennis courts; a fourth is being added this winter. A full tennis program, with a variety of men’s and women’s tournaments, is offered from early spring through late fall. A tennis pro is available to offer clinics and private lessons to both adults and children.

The Club also added a state of the art Practice Facility with a 15,000 sq. ft. grass tee driving range, chipping area and practice bunkers and a 6,000 sq. ft. putting green.

SWIMMING POOL: An Olympic-sized pool with a slide, as well as a wading pool for the youngest members; both are heated. The pool area includes locker rooms, a lounge area and a snack bar. Towels, sunscreen and bottled water are provided for all members and their guests.

There are three golf pros on staff to offer lessons and clinics for both adults and children.

Martini nights, to regular Pub Nights featuring steaks and seafood, Cedar Hill members are exceedingly well fed. They often choose to enjoy dinner and drinks on an expansive patio overlooking the 18th green with its spectacular sunsets. Not content to rest on its laurels, Cedar Hill is undergoing a number of improvements this off-season, including a renovation of the men’s locker room and an upgrade of both the banquet room and the bar. Named “The 19th Hole,” the latter will feature a new fireplace and expanded bar, making it a perfect spot to relax with friends and even hear live music on a Friday night.

Photo: Weiss Design Group

In addition to its family emphasis, Cedar Hill believes in giving back to the community. Every year the club hosts a Charity Day, where its members raise funds for a variety of organizations; 2014 beneficiaries included United Jewish Appeal, Josephine’s Place, and Autism Speaks. Cedar Hill women also participate each August in “Play for Pink,” a breast cancer awareness fundraiser. Whether single, a young family, empty nesters or retirees, Cedar Hill members all have one thing in common… they have all joined the club for a respite from the everyday. Cedar Hill truly has something to offer anyone seeking to maximize leisure time and make new friends.

October 2014


Suburban Essex  
Suburban Essex  

October 2014