New Brooklyn Park

Sicklerville, New Jersey     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +0 votes  + Mark Mahaffey › May 25, 2015
B+
good layout, nice flow , all it needs is some benches at half the tees, rating will go up has i see there is work in progress
-  +0 votes  + Roger Cole › November 3, 2013
B
I played for the course grand opening event. It is understood that the course is still underconstruction. Missing tee pads is one obvious opportunity for the course. The soil is very sandy, so that takes a while to get used to. I liked the layout. Having short baskets in the front 9 and longer baskets on the back was nice. The course has a nice balance of righty and lefty friendly holes. Lastly, take note of the creek warning on holes 15-17. The creek is close and will eat your disk, if not careful! Overall, I like the course and I will return.
-  +0 votes  + risshan leak › June 1, 2015
B
Nice wide open course ( front 9) but because of placement had to search for a few tee boxes.
-  +0 votes  + Jesse R › March 8, 2016
B+
Course variety from hole to hole is great. Different shots needed throughout the round. Back nine is much more open and length with drives is needed. Missing the fairway means battles with dense thorns though. Tee boxes seem as though they were done temporarily with carpet in some places but never finished.
-  +0 votes  + John Chisholm › September 14, 2016
C
I rated the course average, but don't have anything to compare it to because it was my first time playing. It was difficult to find a few holes because the next hole wasn't directly in front of the previous hole like real golf courses. I wish we had taken a picture of the sign with the layout because it would have saved us 15 minutes or more. We got really lost between 14 and 15. Course was very dry and sandy and there was a ridiculous amount of poison ivy lining almost every hole. Even if your ...
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-  -1 votes  + Brian Bochantin › January 10, 2015
C-
muddy