Eagle Ridge Golf Club - Pines Course
The Pines Course is one of three nine-hole courses at Eagle Ridge Golf Club in Lakewood. The Links and the Ridge are the other two. The courses can be played individually or as three different 18-hole combinations. The Pines Course is named after the mature, tree-covered landscape. It and the Ridge Course make up the original layout at Eagle Ridge G.C. They were built over a sand and gravel quarry that was used to help build the Garden State Parkway in the late 40s. The unique and undulating topography is a result of this. The towering pinelands lend a sheltered feel to the course as well as a challenging element to the game. There are also strategically placed bunkers that come into play along the greensides.
|Black M: 72.7/139||370||160||407||385||502||520||128||393||374||3239||6767|
|Blue M: 70.1/132 W: 76.3/140||330||135||381||368||477||505||114||360||350||3020||6164|
|White M: 67.1/121 W: 72.8/137||308||110||340||338||422||475||106||325||318||2742||5590|
|Green M: 63.5/118 W: 68.1/125||282||88||298||276||395||449||85||288||283||2444||4766|
|Orange M: 59.0/102 W: 60.5/102||182||88||210||190||250||315||85||190||170||1680||3425|
Food & BeverageBar, Restaurant
Available FacilitiesClubhouse, Banquet Facilities, Lockers
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24th hole at Eagle Ridge's Links course Photo submitted by NeinMoreHoles on 11/12/2013
12th hole Photo submitted by JimK950 on 10/05/2012
This course is awesome, considering it is January here in Jersey. I could not believe how very well maintained this is. Greens almost rolling true.
Very easy to play, my kind of golf course to enjoy a relaxing and enjoyable round. Been playing south Jersey courses lately and this one is in The top 3.
With these great gorgeous track, who needs to retire in Florida..
A decent course, worth playing
I played here for the 1st time. It is about one hour away for me, but it is close to the Parkway so it is fairly easy to get there. The course conditions were good for December. The greens were extremely slow, probably because they allow the grass to grow longer in the winter. Because I was playing for the 1st time, I was not familiar with the layout and did not play as well as I would have had I understood the course better. There are some gimmicky holes, but otherwise there is a reasonable risk/reward trade-off in the course. The price seems high to me, for a course in this area in December. However, the amenities are good and it may be worth trying, especially if you can get a deal.
Course was in great shape considering it’s December. Fairways where great. Tee boxes where ok. Greens where nice but they were slow. The guy working in the pro shop acted like he did see me . I stood there for for a while until he finally talked to me.!outside guys where very pleasant. And helpful. I recommend not walking this course. Very hilly and a long way to get to the third nine of the course.if you don’t play with someone who has not played there it’s confusing on where to go. Because the nine wrap around each other. I look forward to playing this course in the summer.
Nice course that was in great shape for a December day. Greens were rolling smooth and the fairways were like a rug.
One of the best courses I have found for the central/southern jersey area on golf now. 27 holes so a lot of variety and everything is in great condition. Could spend a whole day here with the right group
Never played here until November, was always tempted to try it in the Summer but rates were expensive, now I understand why. Grabbed a just after 12pm tee time on a Monday for $53 including cart, the course was in phenomenal condition played Pines & Links. Fun to play, and it was empty so my two-some played 18 in just over 3 hours, not the norm for sure but really enjoyed that pace. No on course bar service, but to be expected on a Monday in November. The employee running the bag drop and carts was super friendly and welcoming, starter was kind of a jerk though. Tried sending us out 25 minutes early as soon as we showed up, didn’t like being rushed and wanted to take my time and be ready for our scheduled tee time. So of course when it was time for us to go he acted too busy to let us know what 9’s we were playing, also had a snide remark about “being the last ones on the course” when we came back in at 4pm. Everything outside of the starter was great, at these off season prices will be back for sure.