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755 S White Horse Pike
Hammonton, NJ  08037-2015
United States
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Frog Rock Course

18 hole regulation length course

Public golf course

118 slope

71.8 rating

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Frog Rock Golf Course

The 18-hole "Frog Rock" course at the Frog Rock Golf and Country Club facility in Hammonton, New Jersey features all the hallmarks of New Jersey golf. The course rating is 71.8 and it has a slope rating of 118. Designed by Richard Taylor, the Frog Rock golf course opened in 1969. Kristin Keating manages the course as the Owner.


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Reviewed August 21, 2015

Reviewed December 19, 2013

If you are looking for high brow golf, keep going. That said, for a fun, low pressure day knocking the ball around, Frog Rock is your place. Sort of the Wild West of golf courses! Some holes are interesting, some are plain but overall a fun round at a good price. Check out the scramble league in the Spring/Summer, 9 holes and a very good buffet. The guys and women that play are very friendly.

Reviewed August 01, 2011

Having read the reviews on Frog Rock, I decided to go check it out for myself. I am 17 handicapper so I have played some golf, but would not classify myself as a course expert.

Here is my reviews about this course. Yes, the course could use some work and yes there were some spots on the course that needed more water and yes a few of the carts could have used some sweeping out. However...that being said I and the two other people I played with had a great time on this course. The course is very interesting and has some of the nicest scenery in South Jersey. The course reminds one of some of the courses in Scotland...very rustic and not overly groomed. This is the way the foundering fathers of golf played the game. Anyone who plays this course will is an outstanding value for the money and as a bonus...the people are very nice who work there. In fact, make sure you stop in for a drink after your round (or before) and say hi to the owner and his daughter (Kristin). They are incredibly nice and made us feel right at home. My friends and I had never played there before and will return again and again. Do yourself a favor..go check it will have fun and get in yet another round of golf.

Reviewed July 11, 2011

I know the course is not that great, but it is only around $20 to ride and play even during the summer. The price can not be beat. It is a good course to just practice on. For someone who isn't serious but just wants to play a fast cheap game, Frog Rock is the place to go.

Reviewed June 18, 2011

This course isn't worth $10 and they charge over $30 for the weekend rate. Hands down the worst place I've ever played golf. If I could give this 0 stars all the way down I would. You can't drive the cart without being covered in dust from the sandy cart paths. There is literally no fairways. The greens are burnt and patchy all year round. The carts always have sand and trash in them. There is no difference between the 'fairway' area and 'rough', it's like playing golf in an open field of untouched grass. No cards on this course, only cash. You can't even get a good lie in the tee boxes at this place. $31 for a weekend rate in December or July. Please if you're ever in the area save your money and go play mini putt somewhere.

Reviewed April 27, 2011

Most people have covered it, but since I write a review on all courses I play here's mine. $20 for green fee with cart can not be beat. They actually should charge a little more and reinvest that money into the maintainance which is in tremendous need. They don't have logo balls so that isn't a plus either. Overall this course gets a C+ rating primarily for the price.

Reviewed March 19, 2011

Reviewed September 09, 2010

This course is terrible. The fairways are nonexistant. I witnessed first hand their fall 'aeration', and it explained a lot. There is potential here, but not unless someone pours serious money into the course. I will not be coming back.

Reviewed October 14, 2009

i have enjoyed this course for over twenty-five years. If you can master Frog Rock you can play anywhere in the World. The clubhouse has been updated as well as the bar. For the price of greens/carts this place cannot be beat regardless of the previous reviews. If slow play is an issue ask the group in front to let you play through. If still an issue contact Dennis in the pro shop via cell phone and he will send a ranger to speed play up.

Reviewed May 22, 2008

Garbage. That's about as polite as I can be.

Reviewed August 19, 2007

Can't beat the price. $20 with a cart on the weekdays. Fairly easy course to play.

My biggest gripe was that the speed of play here is heavily backed up and there are no rangers present at this course.

Maintenance is sub-par to say the least. There is no such thing as fairways on this course, it's more like lower cut grass. A few fun holes but for the most part everything is mediocre and thats putting it generously.

Reviewed June 26, 2007


Played this course saturday for the first time. VERY slow play due to the fact that noone seems to be around to keep things moving. Tee boxes need work and the golf carts are in need of care. The greens were in OK shape and it looked like someone was attempting to spruce things up
The club house (if you can call it that) is run down , the bar filthy.
The Bartender seemed harried and overwhelmed and proceeded to tell me he was alone in running the bar/food/greensfees / phones and everything else.
I waited 20 min for a beer and a hotdog . Hire some help . The price is right , but everything else is awful

Reviewed May 30, 2007


That one word does describe this course very well. Almost a fairly difficult course(needs work on better planning of holes). Almost an attractive course to play(money needs to be spent).However, it may seem as though i dont like this CC, but i do the people are very friendly, and the cost can't be beat. You have to a least play once.

Reviewed September 30, 2006


This course is super easy if you keep the ball straight, pretty friggin hard if you dont. Overall the course isnt kept that well but is actually one of the more fun courses that I have played and would say if you havent tried it, give it a shot, keep it straight and you will be able to go LOW.

Reviewed August 05, 2006


Went with my son and was very disappointed. This could be a nice course if they took a little better care of it and added just a few things to step it up a notch.


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  • Latest Scores
  • Overall
Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
1 njb U. 25 49 24 04/26/15
2 Robert D. 20 82 62 09/29/07
3 kelly M. 26 90 64 06/28/09
4 Stephen B. 11 76 65 07/29/08
5 ERIC N. 26 92 66 09/23/10
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Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
1 njb U. 22 100 78 09/14/17
1 njb U. 23 93 70 07/13/17
6 Henry S. 34 103 69 07/30/16
34 Russell P. N/A 102 102 09/18/15
34 Russell P. N/A 105 105 08/27/15

Golf Course Information

About Frog Rock

Frog Rock Golf and Country Club

Golf Only facility

18 regulation holes

Awards at Frog Rock

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Course Staff

Kristin Keating, Owner
Dennis Strigh, Golf Professional/Superintendent