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70 Oak Dr
Medford Lakes, NJ  08055-2008
United States
P: (609) 654-5108
F: (609) 654-4302
www.medfordlakescountryclub.com
Medford Lakes Course

18 hole regulation length course

Private golf course

72 par | 6,103 yards | 121 slope

69.8 rating | Blue grass

Recommend this course: +2 -1

Medford Lakes Golf Course


The 18-hole "Medford Lakes" course at the Medford Lakes Country Club facility in Medford Lakes, New Jersey features 6,103 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72. The course rating is 69.8 and it has a slope rating of 121 on Blue grass. Designed by Alexander Findlay/Hal Purdy, the Medford Lakes golf course opened in 1929. Rob Mondelli manages the course as the General Manager.

Course Reviews


We played here with a Member 5 years ago. I saw the review about Cranky employees but this recent return what a difference in the golf staff. The pro was very nice even thou rushing out give a lesson. He and a young man made us feel like we played there all the time. The course had just punched there greens which seemed strange so late in the season. Fun course but not in great shape. Lots of dead grass in areas

What a fun course, the golf shop staff was so helpful. We played this with some friends a few years ago and what a difference. The pro, who we learned was new, came out to the range and spoke with us and even gave us free swing tips. He had to squeeze us out in between a group of Members that showed up. Understandable that he had to cater to his Membership. Service was very good, someone was there to get the clubs out of our trunk and put the clubs on the carts and there was someone at the end of the round to clean our clubs.Huge difference from the last time we played there. Every thing service wise was awesome and the course was so so fun. Great condition. We did have a problem with some of the Members that were rude. We just let let play threw. The food wasn't the best but the golf part made up for it all. If you can get on the positives out weigh the negs by far. Very nice experience

Medford Lakes Country Club
Oak Drive, Medford Lakes, New Jersey 08055
Yards: 5832, Par 71 (White Tees)
Course Architect: Alex Findlay
Built/Open: 1929
Website: http://www.medfordlakescountryclub.com

FROM THE WEB SITE: In the late 1920s, Medford Lakes was a vacation community in the New Jersey pines, some 18 miles southeast of Camden. One of its prominent citizens, Leon Todd, believed that a golf course was needed in order to provide residents and summer visitors with a complete range of recreational and sporting opportunities. In 1929 the Medford Lakes Development Company acquired the 115-acre Shrider farm. Alex Findlay, scarcely an unknown quantity in southern New Jersey, was brought in to lay out nine holes. His skillful use of both water and trees gave the course, though on the short side and with few changes in elevation, both interest and charm.

COURSE CONDITION: The teeing areas were green but a little messy from the aeration, the fairways were cut short and in good condition, the ball was sticking without much roll most likely from all the wet weather from the past weekend. The rough was either 2 to 3 inches high which was difficult to get the ball out of, but not impossible. The greens are relatively flat, but slight un-noticeable undulations and the top dressing from the aeration had the ball moving all over the greens.

FACILITIES: MLCC provides practice facilities (driving range, putting and chipping greens), dinning, and pro shop. The range is rather small and tight, but fine for a quick warm up before your round.

SUGGESTIONS AND COMMENTS: This course is an older traditional course. Little short and a few holes are tight, but the bunkers and water hazards are well placed. The three employees we spoke to in the pro shop were old cranky SOB’s. We felt like a bother to them. My playing partner knew the bartender for 20+ years and was talking to him before the round, he suggested to eat elsewhere after the round because the food was horrible. One bright light, the cart girl (blonde) was super nice, and a 10 out of 10 in the looks department!

GOLFNERDNESS: Real nice course, cranky employees (except the hotty cart girl), seems to be an older membership still.

GOLF COURSE MANAGEMENT: Keep an eye on the hole layouts at the top of the score card, there are water hazards in some un-expecting locations

This is a private course but I was able to play it last week. It's very short course, but in good shape. The layout is just ok, not a lot of very memorable holes. The fairways are tight, especially on the front 9. This is a target type course.

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  • Latest Scores
Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
1 Matt T. N/A 43 43 05/14/08
2 Mike G. 6 76 70 03/11/08
3 Bill S. 12 83 71 10/20/09
4 Bill S. 12 85 73 10/22/09
5 a P. 5 78 73 07/21/08
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Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
10 evan M. N/A 94 94 03/19/11
4 Bill S. 12 85 73 10/22/09
3 Bill S. 12 83 71 10/20/09
7 Bill S. 12 88 76 09/15/09
9 Bill S. 11 93 82 09/10/09

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About Medford Lakes

Medford Lakes Country Club

Golf Only facility

10 tees driving range

18 regulation holes

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Course Staff

Rob Mondelli, General Manager
Bill Bondaruk, Golf Professional
Gregg Armbruster, Superintendent
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