Morristown New Jersey Golf Courses

Morris County Golf Club
Spring Brook Country Club


Featured Golf Course Review:
Morris County Golf Club -- Great place to play!
Review by: Matt The course was in tremendous shape last July when I played it for the first time. Carpet-like fairways and fast greens are the rule on this course. The course definitely puts a premium on keeping it in the fairway; stray to the left or right on any hole and you can wind up in a lot of trouble. The rough is VERY penal and I was there just after they cut it! It is definitely a challenge and can be intimidating to high-handicappers or those who are not comfortable with their games. I enjoyed playing the course precisely because you have to think on every shot and are rewarded for good shot-making. Overall, I thoroughly enjoyed the round and would highly recommend this course to anyone who has the opportunity to play it!
From North Carlolina

Golf Courses: Additional Golf Course Reviews:
Kresson Golf Club -- no tee times= good, tee boxes = bad.
Review by: G Kresson is a good course to play if you are starting out, or want to work your game into shape early in the year. The greens are usually maintained fairly well, except the 17th which has water problems due to its proximity to the lake Kresson is built around, the green is usually very spotty or dead. Cannot putt it. The tee boxes keep this course from getting a higher rating from me. They are in terrible shape, and are not even cut lower than the fairways.....at least the ones that still have grass at all. For the price, Kresson is ok after 3:00 in the after noon. But before that on the weekend, its extremely overpriced for what it is, and usually crowded. A good beginner course, has the potential to be a really nice course. It is worth playing for the reasons I mentioned at the beginning of this review.
From Jersey




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