Review: Rock Spring Golf Club at West Orange

While I think Rock Spring is more Banks than Raynor, the bottom line is that the general public won’t get a much better opportunity to experience templates and MacRaynor architecture than this. At under $50, I implore all those interested in architecture to check out Rock Spring as soon as possible, especially considering the property value may cause this course to be lost forever soon… … More Review: Rock Spring Golf Club at West Orange

Review: Galloway National Golf Club

Beautiful, difficult, and in immaculate condition, the underrated Galloway National is an example of Tom Fazio at his absolute best. Fazio marries sandy wastebunkers, tall pines, and the Atlantic City skyline to create numerous fantastic holes and the look and feel of places like Pine Valley and Pinehurst. This is the best course in the loaded Atlantic City area and one of the best in the golf-rich state of New Jersey. … More Review: Galloway National Golf Club

Review: Skyway Golf Course at Lincoln Park West

The urban Skyway Golf Course offers excellent conditioning, strong value, and beautiful views in a very unique setting just outside New York City. While the architects were somewhat hindered by a lack of space, this is still a memorable 9-hole course that serves as a nice alternative to Ferry Point at a fraction of the price. … More Review: Skyway Golf Course at Lincoln Park West

Review: Twisted Dune Golf Club

Course Name: Twisted Dune Golf Club Designer: Archie Struthers (2001) Location: Egg Harbor Township, New Jersey History: Originally supposed to be a Rees Jones design, plans fell through (thankfully) and former Assistant Pro at Pine Valley Archie Struthers took over the project as an amateur architect. Highly regarded, Twisted Dune is one of the top public courses in … More Review: Twisted Dune Golf Club