Ramblewood Country Club is a Public, 27 hole golf facility located in Mount Laurel, New Jersey. The facility has three 9-hole courses. They are The Red, The White and The Blue. These 9-hole courses can be combibed to form three differnt 18 hole golf course experiences, Red/White, Red/Blue, White/Blue.
The courses at Ramblewood Country Club were designed by Edmund B. Ault.
The Red and White course are fairly similar as they were both built on pasture land and opened in 1962. These course feature long fairways with generous landing areas and large greens with some very subtle undulations that are easy to miss. The hazzards are avoidable, if you hit the ball straight. Otherwise there are only five holes of the eighteen on Red and White that DO NOT have water hazzards on them.
The Blue nine is another story. Mainly carved out of woods and built Ten Years After (the Red and White courses), Blue has tighter and slightly shorter fairways with smaller, undulating greens.
$26 (cart included), played on Monday, August 2008 at 10am
As a twosome played behind a foursome of "non-golfers" who did not know the etiquette of the game. There were no marshalls around to speed up play.
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