Charleston Springs Golf Course is a public, 36-hole, golf facility located in Millstone Township, New Jersey. The facility has two 18-hole championship caliber golf courses, they are The North Course and The South Course.
The North Course is the older of the two courses by 3 years. The North course opened in 2009. The Course was designed by Mark Mungeam
The North Course is a links-style track with wide, undulating fairways that lead to large greens. Bunkers and water hazards are plentiful, and native grasses surround the entire course. This course plays from 5,071 to 7,011-yards and has four sets of tees. The course features extensive bunkering, multiple water hazards, and large immaculately maintained greens. It has a USGA course rating of 73.4 and slope rating of 126.
$41 (cart included), played on Friday, September 2011 at noon
This course offers high challenge and great value for Monmouth County residents. It is kept in excellent condition, particularly for a public (county-operated) facility. Pace of play can be slow and is exacerbated by two facts: (i) there are some LONG green-to-next-tee treks, and (ii) there are lots of unmanaged off-fairway waste areas that swallow golf balls n'er to be seen again. Walking the course is doable but is pretty tiring and definitely slows down pace of play.
$41 (cart included), played on Thursday, August 2010 at 2pm
Good Public Course. Greens showed unrepaired ball marks and pace of play was slow. That said, it was good value for afternoon discounted greens fees.
$76 (cart included), played on Sunday, August 2008 at 6am
Monmouth County course that sticks it to non-residents!!!!!!!!!!
$41 (cart included), played on Wednesday, October 2008 at noon
The course is always is good condition and is chalenging.
$21 (cart included), played on Monday, June 2008 at 8am
Charleston Springs North is always kept in the best shape no matter what the weather conditions. Friendly employees. This is a Monmouth County Public Course and ranks with the best in the state. A long walking course, wide fairways, challenging greens. Very little water in play, well placed traps for both the scratch and high handicap golfers. One word of advice, stay out of the thick rough.
$51 (cart included), played on Tuesday, August 2007 at 6am
Not too expensive for county cardholders, but a little pricey for non-residents. Best PUBLIC Facility in NJ
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