Hi Dusterz, welcome to ReefBase
That looks like a torch coral, euphylia glabrescens.
They're quite easy to care for but don't place them too near to anything else, as they can (will!) sting other corals.
Parameters I've personally had success with:
Alk: 7 - 9 dkh
Cal: 440 ppm
Mag: 1350 ppm
Nitrate: 2 - 25 ppm
Phosphate: 0.03 ppm
Light: 100 - 200 uMol PAR
Flow: can tolerate some but not to the extent that it tears the flesh. Bit of a judgement call.
It's not compulsory to feed them but they will often take LPS pellets, reef roids, mysis etc.
As with all stoney corals, keeping the parameters as stable as possible will bring the best results.