|92 Mercer Rd, Colts Neck, NJ 07722, USA
|7AM–5PM 7AM–5PM 7AM–5PM 7AM–5PM 6AM–5PM 6AM–5PM 6AM–5PM
This course is completely overrated and overpriced. First the conditions: Greens were bumpy and slow with dirt patches on many greens. Bunkers werent raked and were in bad condition. Fairways were ok for the summer time but not great. The Design: Almost all the par 4s are doglegs to the right with a bunker sitting on the corner of the dogleg. Its the same boring layout over and over. The par 3s and 5s were good but it general there are many many other courses better than this. Including Charleston Springs. The pace of play: We teed off at 2:20 on a Tuesday. 2 hours on the front. 2 hours 35 minutes on the back. There were only 2 foursomes in front of us and of course we didnt see a ranger all day. Groups behind us walked off the course at around the 14th hole. The Price: $52 to walk for out of county plus $6 for the tee time. This isnt worth more than $35. Summary: I simply wouldnt play here again. Its completely overrated and overpriced as stated above.
As anyone that golfs on Monmouth County Golf Courses, know that each place has its own atmosphere and majority have a nice atmosphere. Hominy Hill is one where all the players are very nice in regards to pace of play and the staff is top notch. They accommodate all most any request and with a smile on their faces! The course is a top notch 18 holes with a small practice area right before the 1st hole. The prices are MORE THAN responsible for the amount of grooming that must take place at Hominy. They have a cart that comes around often for beverages and snacks. The greens are pretty stiff when its dry outside and very very slow when its wet, of course. The have nice curves and are hard to read if you are a bogey player. So all in all this is a great play to call home.
A Private User
Monmouth County is home to the best collection of public golf courses in the East, and Hominy Hill is the crown jewel. Stretching more than 7000 yards from the tips, this phenomenal parkland layout hosted the US Public Links in the early 80s. It is always in excellent condition, and a relatively easy course to walk. The 11th hole, a 200 yarder with water guarding the left side of the green is one of the tougher par-3s youll play. Out-of-county residents should arrive before dawn to snag a walk-up tee time; the course allots 1 tee time per hour to walk-ups.
I play in a weekly corporate golf league at Hominy Hill, which is a private course purchased and now managed by the Monmouth County Park System. It is updated, and well manicured with a club house renovation being planned and started. Locker room and showers are available. The course is consistently maintained. It has a 3 to five inch rough depending on the day. It is sufficiently long to be challenging, and the greens are medium speed and with varied slopes. Pin positions are changed at least weekly if not more often. Enjoy your day, I do.
Course is fantastic. I saw another review that said all the par 4s are dogleg rights and I have to admit it does seem that way. However I thought the course was great and in great shape. Would highly recommend.
Great traditional course layout and condition. However, you get treated poorly when theres a club championship that runs concurrent to your scheduled event.
Great course, super fairways and smooth greens. Tad expensive for a public course but quality is not cheap
Great county course. Make sure to arrive early to your tee time as they are very strict about timeliness.
A Private User
Robert Trent Jones design. Next to Bethpage (Black), the best course for the money Ive ever played.
Very nice but a little pricey for a one time non-resident, non-golf card holder.
Outstanding course for the money. Love this track!
A very fine public golf course.
Champagne golf at a beer price!
Nice old course