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:
TPC at Jasna Polana -- Former Employee
Review by: Anonymous I'll make this simple: If you get a chance to play this course, do so at any cost. Played from the middle tees, it's not a terribly challenging course. However, much of the front nine is quite picturesque, and the greens can fool you all around the track. Carved into private estate of J. Seward Johnson, the young course is quite mature for it's age, so to speak. The back 9 is rather boring up to the 15th hole, but 15-18 are very nice, and at times challenging. It's been a few years since I've played it, but I would suspect the grounds are not as pristine as they once were since there is no longer any Senior PGA Tour events held there. Also, the growing amount of corporate memberships, and subsequent heavy amount of play, was beginning to take a toll on alot of the landing areas and greens. Many of the charter members were on their way out when I finished my employment there because of the course's waning shape, heavy and slow play, and attention more to the corporate clients rather than the private members. None of this should take away from the staff at Jasna, or the course...both of which were top notch when I was there. A chance to tour the amazing clubhouse alone is almost worth the greens fee.
From NJ-PA area




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