White/Blue at Ramblewood Country Club
Ramblewood Country Club is one of the Delaware Valley's must-play golf destinations. The club offers 27 holes of championship golf, which means there are three different 18-hole combinations to choose from. The holes are divided into the Red, White, and Blue nines. The White/Blue Course begins with one of the original nines. The front half of the golf course has large greens with subtle but tricky undulations. There are also strategically placed bunkers and water coming into play throughout. You can expect some challenging holes, including a few forced carries over water, but the course is tempered by forgiving fairways that have generous landing areas. The back nine is much tighter than the front with mature pine trees framing most of the holes. Course management is the key to doing well on Ramblewood's Blue nine.
|Red (W)||72||5040 yards||68.7||117|
|Blue M: 71.1/127||383||384||206||513||392||208||506||377||363||3332||214||320||531||193||370||370||354||482||324||3158||6490|
|White M: 69.8/124||380||350||165||503||383||195||498||365||353||3192||186||306||513||176||353||357||331||464||310||2996||6188|
|Gold M: 65.9/116||282||339||137||453||345||154||423||293||292||2718||165||250||444||161||285||307||312||399||297||2620||5338|
|Red W: 68.7/117||276||320||129||442||338||151||416||286||288||2646||131||241||435||92||280||302||264||394||255||2394||5040|
Group opinion review
Some cart paths need serious work they are bumpy and broken. Our carts died 8holes in and nobody at club house would answer the phone. One of the guys in our group was 65 so the walk back was a struggle. It was just a shyty experience. The course has its days when its amazing but not tgus far this year after 6 rounds. Guys working the proshop are good guys very friendly and helpful probably the only reason id go back is because how well the treated us. I played a few times there last year and course was in immaculate condition couldnt wait to go back but not the case right now.
Pace of play for a Friday was smooth and at well managed intervals. Could tell that a lot of TLC has been and continues to be invested in ground maintenance. Greens were faster than expected. It looks like the dawn of a great season, here’s hoping!
More fixing needed
Ron needs to spend more money on the course . New cart paths not repaired ones. Fill in the low spots on the fairways at least.
Mid Feb round after terrible weather the last few weeks.. With that being said course was In decent shape.. Fairways were soft but not wet.. Only 1 hole had standing water on it and was easily cleared with a decent drive.. Greens were soft but rolled really nice.. I enjoyed the round keeping in mind it’s winter golf in the north east.. Only other issue I had was the bar didn’t have any hot dogs..
Ramblewood Charm Continues
Having played this course since the early 80's, still a pleasure to see the consistent care and upkeep. Changes in ownership haven't affected the charm and challenge. Some new faces in the ProShop are friendly and a pleasure to speak with. Still soggy, cart path only was not a real burden. Look forward to returning on those long summer days, and play all 27.
Nice local place to play.
The staff is very nice and helpful on how manage the course.
White / Red
Played this course Today, 10/23/2018. Weather was perfect, Course was in great shape, Greens were in decent shape. Overall it was a good round. We played the round on a Hot deal Tee time from Golf now , So it was very Reasonable. Prices are a little high for a weekend round without any kind of deal. Overall 4/5 stars....
There really isn’t too much to say about this course. The layout is OK the greens had a dressing on them so couldn’t tell if they were fast or slow. The people that run the place were very nice. But I wouldn’t go out of my way to play this course. For the price we paid on hot deal was Worth the money
Not worth anything over $30
Course conditions just aren’t good... fairways and tee boxes hadn’t been mowed in at least 4-5 days... the holes were all old and caved in, probably 3 days old if I had to guess, definitely not cut the day we played though. It really sucks that public golf needs to be like this in the area,
First time playing here
Was in the area visiting family and this course was recommended by another golfer. Course was quite wet due to heavy recent rain and course conditions were mediocre, and not just because of the rain. The staff was friendly, the pace of play was fine, but the layout on the White nine is a bore, no character at all. The Blue nine was far more interesting with good design use of elevation changes. Course seems to be heavily outing focused; not a serious golfer’s course in my view.
This being a Jawarski owned club I expected a little more than what it was. Greens were in good shape but definitely running more toward the slow end. Quite a lot of bare spots on the grass around the greens and in some fairways,