|Address:||100 Majestic Way, Marlton, NJ 08053, USA|
|Working:||6:30AM–12AM 6:30AM–12AM 6:30AM–12AM 6:30AM–12AM 6:30AM–12AM 6:30AM–12AM 6:30AM–12AM|
Lived in the area for a long time and didnt even know that this place existed. Apparently, it used to be a private course but switch to public a few years ago. I was going to book online but saw that none of the tee times had been taken. This is rare to see since all of the other courses in the area were fully booked. So I called to Pro Shop and the guy said that I didnt need a tee time because it doesnt get very busy late afternoon. That didnt sound promising as, if it were any good, it should be busier. After reading some negative reviews, we almost decided not to play there. But the only way to know for sure is to give it a try. So glad we did. The course was in much better condition that expected. Its a challenging course where shot placement is more important than length. Greens are small, undulating and well guarded. All fairways are lined with trees and there are some water hazards. Very interesting course thats not a "grip it and rip it". You will use every club in the bag. Many holes are dog-legged that will challenge every area of your game regardless of handicap. The staff were all pleasant and made us feel very welcome. Well definitely return soon to this hidden gem.
The Links Golf Club is an absolute gem. The course is very scenic, secluded and meanders through the edge of the Pine Barrens in Marlton NJ. The course is well maintained and conditions are very good. The holes are dictated by the land, none of the holes feel artificial. Very playable course with 4 different tee boxes. Some holes are narrow and tree lined, while others are open and tree lined with thinned out underbrush allowing you to scramble back into play. I love the different angles that one is forced to play on many severe doglegs. I never get sick of playing this course, encounter new experiences every time I play (have played course 4 times in last 8 months. The clubhouse is nice, could use some remodeling in the bar/restaurant. Pro shop is stocked well.The course is now semi-private, allowing the public tee times, which is long over due. New club associate memberships are available, very affordable with reduced public play rates while providing full club access. I will definitely be taking up an associate membership ASAP.
Terribly managed golf course. We arrived at 6:30 AM for our 7am tee time. No staff were present at the course. They were closed. We proceeded to tee off at our correct time on our own. They did not honor our Groupon correctly and they stated it was not suppose to be posted. The course was in terrible condition with multiple tee boxes composed of dirt. Cart paths were nonexistent for most holes. Never returning again!
Course was ok. Not worth the drive from PA. Clubhouse dated. Gentleman who states he worked there came up multiple times. Said we held players up and asked to move along. Continued to watch our play and move us along. Also other players nearby made derogatory comments about our play (were beginnets). Unless you live there forget it.
Great, great value. But its almost 80% that youre going to run into into a foursome that was seemingly randomly plopped into your round because theyre "in the league." Happened two out of two times now. On 11 and 13. Huge momentum killer and big turn off, Im going to give this course one last shot.
What a pleasant surprise. Its actually not a links style course at all - contrary to its name. It has lots of trees and very scenic. Its well maintained and fun to play. The driving range could use some work though but overall its a course worth playing.
I have lived on the course since it was private. Even tho I like the course, I have never seen a decrease in quality on a golf course so quickly. Its still ok, but not nearly what it used to be. But the links always gets me coming back
Challenging course for beginners. Not the nicest in the area but welcoming for new players and experienced ones alike. It is my go to spot for a round.
Very nice course, well maintained. There are a few rough spots (no pun intended) but its worth the value. There is a bar and the food is pretty good.
Did not play the course. In winter they have indoor golf simulators. Friendly bar staff and food was good.
Good layout tucked into kings grant. Small greens. You dont need the driver on many holes.
Good course ok shape nice greens staff very friendly bar and food very good fun day in all
Had a very pleasant round pace of play was nice and greens were smooth and true
Greens and bunkers need some work. Very nice customer service.
Nice course to play
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