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Heron Glen Golf Course

Heron Glen Golf Course

110 US Highway 202 # &31 Ringoes, NJ 08551-1921 URL:   Course Website

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Arriving on the scene in 2002, Heron Glen Golf Course has quickly positioned itself as one of New Jersey ’s finest public golf facilities. The golf course, transformed from the famed Kuster Farm, is cut through the rolling hills of Hunterdon County and offers five sets of tee boxes that can accommodate all levels of play. You’ll enjoy beautiful bent grass from tee to green, surrounded by mature trees and rolling vistas.

Course Information for Heron Glen Golf Course

Facility Information:
General: 18 hole regulation length course
1 golf course(s)
Managed by Kemper Sports Management, Inc.

Heron Glen Golf Course Information:
General: 18 hole regulation length course
Municipal golf course
Designed by Dan Schlegel, ASGCA
72 par, 7,065 yards
74.0 rating, 131 slope
Just Golf facility

Green Fees: Weekend: $71.00 *
* includes golf cart where available

Staff: Contact: Tim Ward, General Manager
Golf Professional: Tim Ward

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Ringoes, NJ

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Heron Glen Golf Course 4.5 5 41 41
Quick Round Nice Conditions Course was in good shape overall. Tee boxes fairways and rough we're very good. A few of the greens were a bit marked up especially #3 a long par four that gets a good amount of third shot wedge play. This is more on the golfers who do not repair ball marks than it is on the staff. Fairways are open and generous without much trouble coming into play. Always a bailout side to avoid bunkers. Courses real defense is thick but not tall rough and the wind which was down when we played. Saw the ranger quite a few times and can only assume he was doing a good job as we played in under 4 hours teeing off at 3:20 on a Friday. Overall I recommend. This is course that charges weekend rates on Fridays. July 15, 2014
Best public course in Nj Heron Glen continues to shine and deliver a great golfing experience. Mid July and the course is excellent. This is the time of year the greens keepers earn their pay. I played at 6:03 Saturday morning. Round took 3:40 to complete I saw more course workers than golfers. They really know how to take care of this course. Greens excellent tee boxes excellent new sand in replaced bunkers a little soft... Well done July 13, 2014
5 star -immaculate Best course I've played this year. Amazing course for NJ. Staff was awesome. Starter was nice. The ranger was all through the course enforcing pace of play! Which made it a nice 4 hr 15 minute round. Cant't wait to play again. Saw all players fixing two divots on every green. Greens were nice and soft. Brand new sand. Course is a little boring though no dog-legs, no water. But that doesn't matter to me. Conditions A+ July 11, 2014
Best public course in the area Overall my favorite course to play. Great twilight rates. Very open course so wind can definitely effect your shots. Just refinished bunkers.... Look great but difficult to play out of because of plugged lies July 8, 2014
This course is great Other than a few ball marks left in the greens this course is great. I really enjoyed my round the weather was excellent couldn't ask for anything more. Oh if your standing around waiting to putt repair a ball mark or two it will keep the greens in great shape :-) July 7, 2014
Heron's Hidden Gem Add my name to the roster of those so thoroughly enamored with this young and precocious track. Every hole tells a different story without seeming contrived. With forward tees and generous fairways Heron Glen welcomes the high-handicapper while the back tees (7000+) give the advanced player all he can handle. All calibre of players will wish for more course knowledge though in reading the greens, the breaks are subtle in appearance but decisive in movement. At this stage of the development (no doubt luxury homes to follow) the clubhouse is a double-wide trailer but the staff is unfailingly pleasant in a private club kind of way. The course is in nearly perfect condition, which you would expect for mid-June, and they are scrupulous in preventing unnecessary wear with thoughtful and appropriate cart-control signage. Overall, I am very impressed and I will be making the 1 1/4 hour trip from North Jersey many more times in the future. God, why can't we have public courses like this up here? June 20, 2014
Solid course This is a great course. Nice and long that can challenge you at times. This course was in phenomenal condition when I played it last year. This time round they were doing work on the bunkers so some of them were different than others or under repair. The greens were a bit slower than I remembered but ran pretty true and were in good conditions. The pace of play was ok considering that it was Fathers Day, which probably explains why no one fixed their divots on the greens. Overall this is a good course, especially if you are a resident. The only complaint really is the price we have to pay for being out of county residents. June 19, 2014
Weekends are very slow I love this golf course. A bit of a ride for me from North Jersey, but worth the trip. Very challenging, but might be a little difficult for the average golfer. Weekend play can be very slow and the ranger(s) do not really push the slow groups. Took us over 5 hours on a course that the staff promotes as a 4 1/2 hour round. The bunkers were recently renovated and the new sand is deep and soft. Makes it difficult to get up and down. May 26, 2014
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