Notes: From the course website:
Designed by Kelly Blake Moran, this course offers four sets of tees enabling golfers of all abilities to enjoy the course. The golf course is designed as a “core” layout with both nines returning to the clubhouse and is routed through rolling terrain along and through wooded hedgerows. Bent grass is being used for tees, fairways and greens providing the highest quality playing surfaces.
From the Star-Ledger's review on May 16, 2005:
The place is quaint. You can almost hear Jim Nantz getting all warm and gooey on the pregame. There is a large, natural-stone hearth built into a slope behind the first green. Soft hills and undulating greens roll up to the feet of two grain silos on the back nine. Far from the Route 31 traffic, this place is so peaceful you can hear a putt drop. In the clubhouse, brochures boast that hardly a bulldozer was used to sculpt the course. The natural personality of the tract — 215 acres of serene, wind-kissed West Jersey farmland — was preserved.
Course Architect: Kelly Blake Moran