The Stockton Seaview Resort and golf course is located just north of Atlantic City in Absecon on Reeds Bay with two 18 hole layouts, where in 1942 Sam Snead won the PGA Championship on the Pines Course.
Both courses are classics, the Bay Course is a Donald Ross redesign of Hugh Wilson's original design from the early 1900's. It's a challenging layout and typical of the early designs, is toughest around the greens with pot bunkers, crowned greens, and collection areas. It's more open and linksy than the Pines course with native tall grasses and a scattering of trees bordering the fairways. It is short though from the back tees at 6,247 yards, 69.5/120, course/slope ratings with two shorter tees.
The Pines course is set in the pine barrens area, was designed by Toomey and Flynn, and from the tips is 6,731 yards, 71.7/138, course/slope ratings with four shorter tees. The layout is routed through narrow, pine tree lined fairways along numerous doglegs with a liberal amount of sand along the landing zones and guarding the small greens.