Flanders Valley Golf Club - White/Blue Course
Flanders Valley Golf Course has received praise as not only one of the best public golf courses in New Jersey, but also as one of the best in the U.S. Flanders offers two 18-hole championship courses, White-to-Blue and Red-to-Gold. The courses are spread across over 400 acres of Morris County's idyllic countryside. The White-to-Blue Course has a more traditional layout that sprawls across mostly flat terrain. The golf course may lack elevation changes but there are an abundance of mature trees to contend with on either side of the course, making it very tight in some spots. One of the most memorable holes is the par-4 14th, nicknamed "Top and Right." This slight dogleg left hole has a pond bordering the entire left side of the fairway.
|White (W)||72||6417 yards||77.8||130|
|Red (W)||72||5534 yards||72.5||128|
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Course had jr tournament right smack in the mid day that everyone behind them just gave up and turned around. It took one hour and 10 min to play 2 holes!!!! Starters should have warned us before letting us out. It was ridiculous. Very poor management!
Course was in Great condition considering all the rain we had for 2 days prior. Fairways and greens were clear of leaves. Greens were slow speed due to all the rain. I was able to stay out of the bunkers but they were average condition. Very friendly and knowledgeable staff. Pace of play was good too.
First time playing here and can't wait to play in the warmer months.
Overall, I was very happy playing today.
Billy Casper sold the course.
Sad they refuse to maintain it. Rough is 10". Easily list balls in the FAIRWAY because the won't cut the grass..Sand is nonexistent in the traps.
Flanders valley red to gold
Nice course tee box is a little bit shaky Nice course tee box is a little bit shaky
Fairways and greens are nice, course is fairly challenging
We got to 12 tee in 3.5 hours; four groups between 12th and 13th tee (par4); we walked off; course was better run by county
Very nice layout and amenities but no rangers or other pace control 3.5 hours in and we only made 11 holes. Walked off.
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Had a great time. Course was in good shape. Perfect weather.
I'm not sure how this course gets 4 and 5 star reviews. Flanders used to be the best course in Morris county and now is the worst. The lack of maintenance has led to a poor golf experience, including slow greens, high grass fairways and roughs, and beat up tee boxes. Cleary Billy Casper golf, manages all Morris county courses, has not committed resources required to manage a 36 hole facility.
Was expecting much better conditions
Poor course maintenance with dirt on a lot of the tee boxes and poorly aerated greens. Totally not what I expected.
Rough terribly high. Sand traps not maintained. Just aerated. Booking does not include cart fees.