Played the front 9....early spring conditions. So I won't say much about that. The course is very hilly and it's difficult to see some of the pins. There aren't many flat spots in the fairway for a good lie (especially if you don't know the course and don't know where to put the ball). The staff were friendly. Overall, it's a muni in tough shape and it's priced accordingly.
Course is playing great this season. Good job to everyone involved.
Very hilly. Especially the front nine. Way too many blind shots and don't expect to be rewarded for a good shot. Played well for my first time there. Definitely try and play with someone who knows the course. We didn't. No bells or telescopes or any kind of warning system to let you know if the group in front of you has cleared the fairway on blind shots. Must make for a very long round on the weekends. First two holes are strangest I've seen. This course is over 100 years old. In fairly good shape. Some of the tee boxes need work. Not worth full price.
Absolutely beautiful. Their functions room was perfect for my wedding. The high ceilings and abundance of natural light added charm and class to the already charming archetecture of this historic building. The function staff made me feel at ease from the moment we first spoke, they were attentive to all my needs and willing to go above and beyond. The food was priced extremely reasonable and I still am getting complements on how good it was. They definately made my day special, and I wont hesitate to use them again.
If you like playing tennis on clay courts, they are well-maintained here. Also, Bass River Tennis Club has been conducting summer tennis lessons on these courts, so if you're feeling a bit rusty there's no better way to get back into the game.