Community Involvement

Community involvement is one reason Copper Hill Country Club stand out from other golf clubs. In addition to its reputation among established golfers, Copper Hill Country Club has encouraged the sport within the younger population in the area by serving as the home course for two of the county’s high school golf teams. Additionally, the Club has a long tradition of community service, hosting many events for local charities.

Hunterdon Central Regional High School logo featuring a black and white seal encircled with lettering for Hunterdon Central in red

Since the June 30, 1927 Hunterdon County Democrat announcement that “Golf has made its appearance in Flemington,” Copper Hill has contributed significantly to the Hunterdon County community,  its residents, and the surrounding communities.

Community involvement at Copper Hill Country club includes serving as "home" to local high school golf teams like Hunterdon Central Regional High School's Red Devils, a co-ed golf team.

CHCC is home of the Hunterdon Central Regional High School Red Devil’s Boys and Girls Golf Teams.

Community involvement at Copper Hill Country Club includes sponsoring fundraising outings for teams like Teeing-It-Up, pictured here dressed in pink shirts.

Teeing-It-Up to help find a cure!