Eagles Great “Jaws” Buys Blue Heron Pines Golf Club
Former Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Ron Jaworski is moving his golf game to Galloway Township. The popular ESPN analyst has added to his collection of golf clubs by purchasing the Blue Heron Pines Golf Club and banquet facility in Egg Harbor City, according to the Press of Atlantic City.
Jaworski, who played 11 of his 17 NFL seasons with the Eagles, ranks second to Donavan McNabb in passing yards and touchdowns with the team.
After 5 seasons as part of ESPN's Monday Night Football broadcast crew, Jaworski now serves as an NFL analyst for the network. He is also known for his business endeavors, including his one-time joint ownership of the Philadelphia Soul Arena Football League team with Jon Bon Jovi. Jaworski owns three other New Jersey golf courses.
Blue Hereon Pines was built in 1993 and has been named one of the top 50 public courses in the country by GolfWorld Magazine.
Jaworski is no stranger to South Jersey. He lives in Burlington County and has held an annual celebrity golf tournament in South Jersey for several years.