Eagle Ridge Golf Club
Three great courses in one!
This was the first time I have played at Eagle Ridge. The course was in great shape. There are three separate 9-hole courses at the facility as well as a driving range. Each 9-hole course is different. I played the links course and the ridge course. Both courses were equally difficult with the rolling hills on the links course and the tree lined fairways of the ridge course. I was so impressed with the course and facility I inquired about their different levels of membership. I definitely will be playing this course again!
November 19, 2013
I wouldn't have played here without the Golfnow deal
I played with the $35 with cart deal through Golfnow and I would do it again in a heart beat. The wind was the biggest challenge that day with gust up to 25-30 mph so playing in those conditions made this course a lot tougher to play in. Especially the Links course holes 19-27 which had no trees and opened to the winds. However, that didn't ruin my day at Eagle Ridge.
The course was in emaculate shape. Every fairway and green was well maintained with greens that rolled true. There was your occasional green covered with leaves but that's what you get for playing in the fall. I highly recommend anyone to give this course a try when a deal strikes, but I personally wouldn't play during the summer due to the rates being so high.
November 12, 2013
Nice for this time of year
When we arrived the weather was iffy (raining slightly) and they would have let us cancel but we decided to play. Luckily we played the original 18 holes (they added a third 9 a few years ago) which are more interesting and fun. It was a bit slow on the front 9 (four in front of two) but we were able to pass them at the turn. We eventually joined up with the 2 players in front of us (who were waiting on a foursome). Pace of play would have been slower if not for that. Like the course and the staff.
November 5, 2013
This is a beautiful golf course
This was the first time playing here but it won't be the last ! This course was on my radar screen because it made the Top 40 Public Courses in NJ (NJ Monthly Magazine) and it's close by. It's usually around $85 - $100, so the Golf Now deal was great. I'm going back next weekend !
November 3, 2013
One of The Best in New Jersey
Eagle Ridge is a 27 hole semi-private course in Lakewood NJ. We played the Links and Ridge nines and they are both challenging and picturesque. Play was slower than I would have liked, but the courses and its views made it well worth the extra time. I've played some of the highest rated public courses in New Jersey and this one belongs in the top 10 !
October 15, 2013
terrible conditionThe fairways on the Links nine are not in good condition chopped up and cut to short.
The Pines and Ridge nines are interesting but if you have to play the Links nine it is an aberation. Terrible fairways, unreasonable pin placements and unfair.
October 5, 2013
Hole-to-hole variety between each course
Playing the Links-Pines was great. The front 9 (Links) had challenging holes including blind shots, steep elevation changes, and some narrow landing zones for tee shots and layups.
Changing styles to Pines, I found it to be a more traditional American style. Trees lined the course and was in generally flatter (but some holes had very elevated boxes which was fun).
The greens were fast and true, very well maintained.
September 18, 2013
Played all 27 holes. The first 18 in 4+ hours. Layout is very nice but some greens a little beat up. Challenging and makes you work a little. Pace of play could be a little faster as the course is pretty much spread out. Discounted Tee time is worth the money. Will play again
September 13, 2013