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Blackwood, NJ  08012-5553
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Ron Jaworski's Valleybroo Course

18 hole regulation length course

Public golf course

72 par | 6,314 yards | 124 slope

69.7 rating | Rye grass

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Ron Jaworski's Valleybroo Golf Course

The 18-hole "Ron Jaworski's Valleybroo" course at the Ron Jaworski's Valley Brook Golf facility in Blackwood, New Jersey features 6,314 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72. The course rating is 69.7 and it has a slope rating of 124 on Rye grass. Designed by Dave Beakley, the Ron Jaworski's Valleybroo golf course opened in 1990. Ron Jaworski Golf manages this facility, with Bill McCoy as the General Manager.


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Reviewed November 24, 2019

Played Valleybrook yesterday for the 4 th time this year and myself and my girl as always had a great day . The course conditions were awesome and the greens played super..

Reviewed December 19, 2013

Overcrowded all the time! If you have a lot of time to watch and get frustrated, it's wonderful.

Reviewed November 15, 2013

Course is great condition. Everything looks great, the greens a rolling quick the fairways are nice and green again and everything looks to be back on track again. The only thing that i felt that could addressed a little more is the pace of play. For the amount of play this golf course sees the need more staff of the course. They either have a starter and no ranger or a ranger and no starter which makers it even more of a mess. All in all great course just very unorganized and not controlled well on the course.

Reviewed August 09, 2013

I play a lot of golf in the South Jersey/Philadelphia area and Valleybrook is on my rotation of golf courses. I play Valleybrook because I can count on the greens being great and the rest of the course very good. Food and drink in Rileys Pub are awesome with beers and appetizers on special every time I'm there.

Reviewed September 21, 2012

I've played Valleybrook numerous times over the years, and just got a round in for the first time this season. Compared to most other courses in South Jersey, it's a good balance between value, maintenance and course layout.

However I would say it's not the best in any of those categories. Greens were in the best condition and rolling fast, fairways were slightly above average but the rough had a lot of dirt spots. There is plenty of undulation and elevation changes from tee to green, which creates a lot of challenges but I feel this is compromised by the holes being so close with people crossing fairways with bad shots seemingly every other hole.

Pace of play was also extremely slow the weekday I went. I'd imagine it's like this all the time given the location and notoriety from Jaworski.

Definitely worth a play, but doubtful that it will blow you away in any facet. I prefer a course like Town & Country, or even RiverWinds.

Reviewed August 23, 2012

Valleybrook has gotten some mixed reviews, but this one will mostly be positive. It's a terrific course as far as uniqueness of holes, its overwhelming greatest strength. Many holes require carries over water coupled with pinpoint accuracy onto imposing tree lined fairways, often up or down hills. However other holes are more generous from the tee box, yet equally appealing to the eye. There are some rougher looking houses that border the course, but the holes themselves were very fun to play. It's definately shorter than posted on the scorecard, but that shouldn't matter unless you can drive it 350yds, which I, and I presume most, can not. The maintainance was good and the greens very good which played fair and a tiny bit fast. Valleybrook isn't overly challenging with the exception of a few holes and often allows for the opportunity to make quality shots. They did misquote me on price when I called earlier in the day. It was only a $4 difference, but still isn't cool. Get a name if you call ahead and be sure to say 18 holes, which I believe I did, so you don't encounter a little price surprise when you arrive. Nonetheless, $29 to walk weekday twilight is reasonable for a course of this quality and fun. They do have logo balls for the logo ball lover like myself. Overall rating, an A.

Reviewed March 01, 2011

if your tired of playing the same old courses ,come here,really different for this area all the courses around here are flat ,but this course is all up and down hills for half of it,real fair course if your good you can work a score on it if your so so you can feal good when your done because you can pull off a lot of shots that look harder than they are,real nice sports bar for 19th hole, good food good prices nice alot of jaworski/eagles stuff,also driving range is right outside of bar patio,nice place to down a couple,really love hole # nine i think were your looking back towards clubhouse from a hill with water you have to cross real nice hole.

Reviewed May 10, 2010

Some holes are in the middle of apartments and townhouses. Holes 6 through 8 are very narrow and lined up next to each other. Balls often cross from one hole to another. The price is fair but I don't think I will come here soon.

Reviewed April 29, 2010

First time playing Valley Brook today. Not sure I'd pay the full price (I got to play for $10 because of the anniversary thing going on today). My chief complaints: need more water buckets - got to the 4th hole before we saw one. Also, the 17th hole fairway was littered with range balls. Not good. Someone else mentioned the scenery. Overall I thought it was a good course, challenging for me, I'd probably play again.

Reviewed September 30, 2009

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Reviewed October 13, 2008

It's an okay course. Better than Freeway by a mile. But it is lined with kind of beat up apartments and town howes, so it is not scenic at all. It was in good shape, though, except the water smelled like sewage. Overall, I think the $56 bucks they charged me was at least $16 too high. I will not go out of my way to go back. Just okay.

Reviewed May 22, 2008

Good old Valleybrook Wide open course, kept pretty well.

Reviewed May 09, 2008

This is a reply to br524's comment on August're telling me you can't tell whether or not you need a 6 iron or a pitching wedge. If i told you that your were 500 yards away on the tee of a par 3 would you use a driver? No you would look at how far away you are from the green you idiot

Reviewed February 07, 2008

Great Golf Course. Staff very helpful. Public golf course with great rates brings a good flow of people. But for all those 3 hour players relax golf is not ment to be that way. Course i great shape for the jersey weather. Overall great course, great people and the bar is not so bad either

Reviewed November 12, 2007

My first time at Valleybrook yesterday. A sunny and milder day for mid-November. Rather late in the season to be sure. I can't say whether the course was in poor shape during the summer or not, but it was in great shape yesterday although they did have two tee boxes closed. Well-kept fairways and the greens were good too.

As a relative newcomer to golf, this was a challenging course mostly due to length on some holes as well as some elevation changes. The fairways were not overly tight either which allowed me to relax and hit some of the better drives I've had in a round.

Overall, a very enjoyable course and my partner and I agreed we look forward to going back again.

Reviewed September 21, 2007

Quite possibly the worst course in South Jersey. The 4th is a good hole, but after that it's just one aggressively bad hole after another. I like Jaws, but this course sucks.

Reviewed September 07, 2007

Reviewed August 30, 2007

A good challenging course. Nice bar/restaurant in very good shape for the end of August.

Reviewed August 25, 2007

I played on a Sunday afternoon after 2pm. The course conditions were the worst I've played on this year (though I've only played at 5 different courses this year so far). The grass in the rough was not green throughout the course. I hit out of a bare spot (just dirt) from the fairway. There were patches of dried out brown grass in places on fairways and greens (though there were few problems like this on the greens). The course could be scenic if it was green and they maintained the man made lakes better. Finally, this course was marked incorrectly in a lot of places when comparing the stated distance on the scorecard with the markers on the sprinkler heads, to the point where my chosen club was a pitching wedge instead of a 6 iron (big difference).

Also, the place was very very crowded and slow. The cart girl had no hot dogs. No hot dogs were available at the club house after the ninth hole either, so I finished the back nine satiated only by a Twix bar.

I will never ever play this course again.


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  • Latest Scores
  • Overall
Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
1 Antoinette D. 26 52 26 06/06/09
2 Rich S. 13 45 32 01/20/08
3 Albert C. N/A 59 59 11/23/12
4 perry A. 22 83 61 07/13/14
5 Thomas K. N/A 63 63 09/17/07
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Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
59 John T. N/A 82 82 02/29/20
69 Ruben A. N/A 99 99 06/02/19

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About Ron Jaworski's Valley Brook Golf, Ron Jaworski's Valleybroo

Ron Jaworski's Valley Brook Golf

Golf Only facility

Managed by Ron Jaworski Golf

30 tees driving range

18 regulation holes

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Course Staff

Bill McCoy, General Manager
Barry Dear, Director of Golf
Tom Swanson, Superintendent

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