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855 Jacksonville Rd
Mount Holly, NJ  08060-3910
United States
P: (609) 267-8440
F: (609) 267-6234
www.springfieldgc.com
Springfield Course

18 hole regulation length course

Public golf course

68 par | 5,872 yards | 111 slope

66.6 rating | Blue grass


Springfield Golf Course


The 18-hole "Springfield" course at the Springfield Golf Center facility in Mount Holly, New Jersey features 5,872 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 68.The course rating is 66.6 and it has a slope rating of 111 on Blue grass. Springfield golf course opened in 1970. Tim Dolan manages the course as the General Manager.

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Reviewed July 20, 2016

Springfield has come a long way in the last couple years. The course is well groomed and employees are very courteous. One of the half star ratings is complaining about a chip and putt course they have on their property. This isn't in the greatest shape because people abuse it because they don't know what they are doing. Another reviewer complained about geese and their waste but that is no longer the case. I haven't seen a goose on the property in the last couple years. The rates here are fantastic. They have an early morning special that includes green fees and a cart and online specials everyday. It's not the most challenging course in the world but makes for an enjoyable round of golf.

Reviewed April 02, 2013

Sorry but this has to be one of the worst courses in NJ, only reason I played here is because my brother in law took me to play as a last minute thing since it had a par 3 course so that my daughter could play also. The course is in terrible shape, most of the clientele lack golf etiquette, the folks behind the desk are idiots with some type of sense of entitlement (to what I have no idea). DO NOT PLAY HERE! Luckily it is not very expensive so the amount of money wasted was not that much, but it does not matter, your time is worth much more. We quit after 13 holes, couldn't take it any more....

Reviewed September 09, 2012

Springfield is a great course to shake off the rust after a winter layoff or a place to teach a youngster how to play, but that's about it. I've read some of the other reviews and many complain about the staff. Although I didn't encounter any true problems they did make me wait 20 minutes in order to get the twilight rate. Seriously??? 20 minutes, but whatever. The course itself has a decent layout with several unique holes, some where water comes into play. However, the maintainance in general was really bad. Many more bald dirt spots on the fairway than actual grass. The geese are everywhere and so is there crap including on many greens, talk about making putting tough. The greens were fair, true and played to an average speed. Golf etiquette definately is lacking from many players at this course. The price of $22 to walk twilight weekend sounds appealing, but given its drawbacks, really is barely acceptable. It's a short course, not very difficult, but they do have logo balls for the collector like myself. Won't be back anytime soon. Overall rating C.

Reviewed November 18, 2011

**As a follow-up, the owner is willing to talk to customers who have an issue and tries to work it out. The economy has hurt courses, but maybe wrokers at this course should not say false things about very very loyal customers. I spent a ton of money this summer on range balls alone while practicing. I should have recorded all of the workers and members who complained to me this year about the course and other things. Very silly..


Not all the workers are bad and some are quite friendly, but certain ones are not always nice. I was picking up range balls that the ball picker cannot get too, and the next day I was accused of taking range balls. I go there quite a bit to practice, but I am starting to rethink that. It is a shame really, as it used to be in better condition overall. The greens were in pretty decent shape most of the year, but on the slow side.

Reviewed September 05, 2011

NEVER AGAIN, DON'T GOLF HERE. The greens are kept up horribly. The greens fees are through the roof, for the quality that's provided. The sad part is I was ok with this but the staff, complete jerks and I've never made a formal complaint with any company before but this is just UNFORGIVABLE. The attendant behind the counter accused me of playing more than 18 holes, called me a LIAR and seemingly expected me to pay extra because I took longer than 4 hours to play 18 holes (mind you I stopped in to get lunch after the 9th hole which took 45 mins and he was standing 15 feet from me as well as let people pass me). DON'T GOLF HERE UNLESS YOU WANT TO BE CALLED NAMES. I am APPALLED and the owner should be ashamed of this establishment! I'm telling everyone I know and posting this at every website I can find, WHAT A GREAT WAY TO SPEND MY 2011 LABOR DAY!

Reviewed August 06, 2009

Reviewed March 13, 2009

Very friendly atmosphere. I found it to be a great course to teach my son how to play the game. We have a blast each time we play at Springfield. Very affordable.

Reviewed February 27, 2009

Springfield Golf Center has everything all types of different level players need; a driving range, chip and putt course, mini golf and an 18 hole course. However, just because they have all of these does not mean any of them are good. They do not have a pro shop, just a few hats, gloves, some new balls and used balls. The hot dogs are amazing, I will agree, but think its stupid to have to buy a card to buy a drink. A driving range is a driving range, pretty standard. Same with mini golf, mini golf is fun as or with kids only. The chip and putt course can't be much shorter than the actual course. Play the chip and putt course to work on your short game and putting, although the greens aren't the best. I will get to the course and prices in a second, but just beware of balls coming at your head and body wherever you are on the premises of this establishment. Now to the 18 hole course itself...It is a very easy course compared to many other courses I've played. I do agree that only beginners and old men/short hitters should play here. There are a million hackers on the course at all times. This course does not drain whatsoever. If it rains, I'd say going 3 days after the rain will allow you to play on a somewhat dry course. The geese on the course are ridiculous. They are all over the place and I think they poop constantly everywhere. Some of the par 3's, especially in the winter is like you are playing a chip and putt course. I can talk forever about this course, but will move on to the money. Carts and greens fees are way too expensive. I think the combination should be about 20 bucks no matter what time it is or what season it is. The best bang for your buck, though, is your 1.75 cent hot dog/chip combo. There are many other nicer courses around the area, the only good thing about Springfield is that you can walk on, no tee times needed.

Reviewed September 05, 2008

(FightPhils11 - You are a complete moron. I rated the course fairly. I listed pros and cons. You mention rude people in your review and you insult people who disagree with you. Sounds like you are one of the people you wish to avoid. Don't listen to this sap who has the intellect of a squashed apricot.. play the course and decide for yourself)
A decent little country course that has everything you would want to practice your game. A driving range, a chip and putt course and an 18 hole lay out.

Pros: Decent practice green to work on putting. Driving range to warm up. It includes a bunker at the far end to practice sand shots. Decent pricing. $17 during the week after 3 PM walking rate. Not bad. Greens in good shape. Fairways are decent. Bunkers have new sand. Back nine is harder than front nine. There are easy holes. #1, 2, 3 start off fairly easy. #4 is a decent par three with sloping green. On back nine #14 is long, narrow par 5. Signature hole and one can get into trouble quite easily. After that the course loses much of it's teeth.
Club house has friendly people. Lunch is cheap. Need social card to purchase drinks.

Cons: Heavy rains flood out the course. Abundance of wildlife. Namely Canada Geese. Goose turds everywhere. One golfer was chased from his ball by an irate gander and he fell into a retention pond while the goose repeatedly bit him and assaulted him with his wings. Held up play for twenty minutes. A lot of slow playing women and men on this course. You can grow a full beard in one 18 hole round. No manners. Players routinely cut in front of others. Pick up others golf balls and deny they have done it. In short golf ball thieves. Holes are tight and you have to watch that you are not struck because no one yells "fore!". Pro shop is skimpy.
I have experienced people on the course fishing in the hazards for bass. The tee box on 16 is at the end of the driving range. Net does not protect you as it has many gaping holes. Not easy to tee off with balls whizzing by your head. #15 has a small, shallow smelly rust colored pond fronting the green. This should be filled in or dredged as it is unsightly. Bring a yellow hard hat.
Avoid weekend play. Try to play during the week at either midday or after 3 PM.

Reviewed August 15, 2008

Whomever rated this course 4 stars on June 1st is a complete moron. This is by far the worst course I have ever played. NOT RECOMENDED. The workers are rude, completely overpriced and the course is always in terrible condition. The other day I played behind a guy in a football jersey and another in a ripped t-shirt. To rent the golf carts it costs as much as the round! Course staff follow you around the whole round making sure you don't vandalize a course that should already be burnt down. Players do not keep ball on own fairway. DO NOT PLAY THIS COURSE

Reviewed May 02, 2008

This is the worst course i have ever played in my entire life. The people are rude, the course is always in terrible shape, it takes about 20 minutes to pay for your round of golf because the cashier at the "pro shop" thinks its rocket science. The rates are never the same. The only bright spot about it is that they have good hotdogs.
Whoever said its the best value to sharpen your game is an idiot. I can think of five other courses that are in 100% better condition than Springfield and are the same price maybe even less. Big ups to my man Fat Joe who is down 0-2. R.I.P B.I.G and Tupac..Go Michigan, Detroit, and Indy!
Also congrats to stephen coletti
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Reviewed December 05, 2007

Great place for beginners. In fact, all beginners should stick to courses like this and stay away from full sized courses. It's also a good course for short hitters who would like to be hitting approaches with short and mid-irons. If you're a better player, or long hitter, then this course really offers nothing for you. The design is silly, the conditions are bad, and it's full of some of the worst hackers you'll ever see.

Reviewed September 25, 2007

This course is crowded and slow. The fairways weren't in the best shape, neither were the greens. The layout is nice, and fairly challenging, but they need to spruce the place up. If you want a beer at the "clubhouse", be sure to get the associates card ahead of time. It's $3 and there's a 72 hour waiting period. Otherwise, no beer for you. Good egg salad sandwiches.
Staff checked on us about 6 times during play, but was friendly.

Reviewed August 06, 2007

Reviewed August 04, 2007

NOT RECOMMENDED. Course is terrible,golfers have a difficult time keeping ball on their own fairway. Discriminated against a child playing after they graciously accepted our money. Course is way overpriced and staff is completely unprofessional. The owner should feel embarrassed for such an establishment.

Reviewed May 21, 2007

Springfield - Great place to sharpen your game.

A great place to practice your game. Nice driving range with plenty of targets w/yardage. Driving range has grass tee box, chipping and putting greens, sand area to practice, and a chip and putt course. The best place to sharpen your skills in the local area.

Reviewed April 26, 2007

Best Value to Sharpen Your Game

I've only been playing for 3 years. This short course is perfect to learn the game and sharpen your skills. Management is friendly and you can't beat the price. There is also a golf shop, food & bar, driving range and miniture golf. Have fun!

Reviewed December 10, 2006

NOT RECOMENDED

Course is way overpriced for the condition that the course is in. The whole back nine is pretty much always flooded out. Staff of the course will follow you around like your getting ready to vandalize the place. Just not a good golfing experiance.

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  • Latest Scores
Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
1 Tim C. 27 42 15 05/18/09
2 Percelle B. 22 46 24 05/07/08
3 Tim C. N/A 42 42 04/25/08
4 Tim C. N/A 43 43 04/26/08
5 Tim C. N/A 44 44 04/05/08
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Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
95 Dan W. N/A 80 80 06/23/17
47 Dan W. 16 86 70 05/17/17
48 Rick S. 14 84 70 07/13/14
19 Rick S. 14 79 65 07/12/14
22 Rick S. 14 80 66 07/12/14

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About Springfield

Springfield Golf Center

Golf Only facility

38 tees driving range

18 regulation holes

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Course Staff

Tim Dolan, General Manager
Michael Beal, PGA, Golf Professional
Jason Fox, Superintendent
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