Bob Auray '69 Golf Performance Center Opens on SJR Campus

SJR Media
St. Joseph Regional High School is thrilled to announce the grand opening of the Bob Auray '69 Golf Performance Center ("Center"), which took place on Tuesday, March 19th. Located at 40 Chestnut Ridge Road in Montvale, this cutting-edge facility was two years in the making and promises to revolutionize golf training for students and alumni alike.
The Bob Auray '69 Golf Performance Center boasts 3 state-of-the-art hitting bays equipped with FlightScope Mevo+ simulators and putting green. The center provides the perfect environment for honing skills and mastering the game for players and enthusiasts at all skill levels.
"We are proud to unveil the Bob Auray '69 Golf Performance Center, made possible through the generous donation of Mr. Auray '69," said Bob Fazio, President of St. Joseph Regional High School. "This facility represents a significant milestone in our commitment to providing exceptional opportunities for our students and alumni."
In addition to its advanced technology, the Center features a comfortable lounge area where golf enthusiasts can relax and socialize. Whether practicing their swing or analyzing their performance, visitors can enjoy a welcoming and supportive atmosphere conducive to growth and improvement.
"This Center is a game-changer for the SJR golf program and high school golf in Northern NJ," remarked Coach Kevin Rooney '02. "The cutting-edge equipment and facilities sets us apart and will undoubtedly elevate the skills of our team members and foster a culture of excellence."
Initially, the Center will be exclusively available to St. Joseph Regional High School golf team members. However, plans are underway to eventually open the center to all SJR students and alumni, ensuring widespread access to its benefits.
"I am honored to have my name associated with this remarkable facility," expressed Bob Auray '69. "It is my hope that the Center will inspire future generations of golfers and serve as a catalyst for their success."
Ed Checke, Facilities Director at St. Joseph Regional High School, played a pivotal role in bringing the Center to fruition. His dedication and hard work have been instrumental in realizing the vision of this innovative facility.