- Type: Private
- Address: Shunpike Rd
- City: Springfield
- County: Union
- State: New Jersey
- Zip: 07081
- Call to Book Tee Time: (973) 376-5160
In the city of Springfield and the state of New Jersey you will find Lower Course at Baltusrol Golf Club. This 36 hole course was built in 1922. If you want to locate the course geographically the longitude is -74.32772281607 and latitude 40.702930536497. The designer of Lower Course at Baltusrol Golf Club is A. W. Tillinghast. Metal spikes are allowed. This is a Private course.
Baltusrol Golf Club Course Review
Baltusrol is located in Springfield, New Jersey, twelve miles West of New York and it's a private golf club, opened only for members and their guests. The Baltusrol Golf Club was designed in 1922 by A.W. Tillinghast and it was ranked 2nd in the State of New Jersey and 35th on Golf's Digest 2013-2014 top one hundred greatest golf courses in the USA. Baltusrol is one of those old school golf clubs, boasting its tumultuous history and being host to numerous national tournaments and championships. The club gets his name from Mr Baltus Roll, who once upon a time , in the 19th century, farmed this beautiful land and soon after he passed away, the real estate was turned into a golf course by Louis Keller, publisher and owner of the New York Social Register, who acquired the land. The present Baltusrol has little resemblance with the old golf course, featuring thick roughs, deep bunkers, slippery greens and enough length to please golf pros from all around the world.
Also, the bunkering at Baltusrol Golf Club is nothing short of artistic, whilst being plentiful. There are more than one hundred and twenty bunkers, positioned wisely (some even say with cruelty). However, Baltusrol Golf Club's architect was maybe the first one who built bunkers while taking aesthetics into account. The Lower course of the Baltusrol Golf Club is not as hilly as the Upper one and its fairways undulate in a beautiful manner, being wide enough to please the pickiest golfer. However, the greens are relatively tough to read, being deceitful contoured. As far as great golf courses go, the Baltusrol has it all and it's very easy to recommend, featuring not so many memorable holes but excellent conditioning and routing, while the bunkering is one of the best in the world.
Golf Course Information
- Number of Holes: 36
- Year Course Built: 1922
- Course Designer: A. W. Tillinghast
- Location Time Zone: EST
- Daylight Savings Time: yes
- Season Availability: Apr 15 to Oct 15
- Latitude: 40.702930536497
- Longitude: -74.32772281607
- Metal Spikes Allowed: yes
- Play Fives: yes
- Guest Policy Rules: Closed
- Dress Code Policy: No denim, collared shirt required