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Course Details

Exceeding Expectations is PAR for the course!

The golf course at Valleybrook has been voted the best public course in South Jersey by readers of the Courier Post and it is easy to see why. Its impeccable condition is a reflection of Ron Jaworski’s dedication to excellence and his devotion to making sure that time spent golfing is all about the experience.

The course is a classic design that includes a mix of flat and hilly terrain as well as lush teeing greens and tight fairways. Water comes in to play nine times throughout the round and golfers will find that the challenging elevation changes make proper club selection off the tee and to the green a “must” in order to score well.

In addition to challenging and rewarding play, the course offers some truly stunning panoramic views and beautiful scenery. No matter who you are or what your style of play, Valleybrook has something to offer you on course. Come let us show you how great a round of golf can be.

Black: 391
White: 380
Gold: 316
Red: 311

Our opening hole is a player friendly Par 4.  The large fairway should help any first tee jitters and a good tee shot will leave only a short iron or wedge shot to a large, relatively flat green.  Back / Middle Tee (Handicap Hole #8), Gold / Forward Tee (Handicap Hole #5).

Black: 501
White: 482
Gold: 412
Red: 407

This Par 5 places a premium on accuracy.  Although reachable in two by longer hitters, the challenge here is the small undulating green guarded by well positioned bunkers.  Back / Middle Tee (Handicap Hole #6), Gold / Forward Tee (Handicap Hole #3). 

Black: 217
White: 197
Gold: 145
Red: 143

Playing as one of the most difficult holes from the back / middle tees, this Par 3 requires a long shot to a small, elevated green.  Par is a very solid score on this hole.  Back / Middle Tee (Handicap Hole #4), Gold / Forward Tee (Handicap Hole #15). 

Black: 339
White: 319
Gold: 281
Red: 280

This shorter Par 4 gives players the option of choosing driver, fairway wood or long iron off of the tee.  Choose wisely, as out of bounds is right and the green is one of the smallest on the course.  Back / Middle Tee (Handicap Hole #12), Gold / Forward Tee (Handicap Hole #11). 

Black: 195
White: 175
Gold: 135
Red: 132

Playing slightly shorter, than the yardage indicates, this Par 3 features a downhill tee shot to a large green.  Better to be short, than long, as danger lurks over the green as a bunker and out of bounds.  Back / Middle Tee (Handicap Hole #16), Gold / Forward Tee (Handicap Hole #17). 

Black: 333
White: 316
Gold: 286
Red: 255

A risk/reward Par 4, that affords options on the tee.  The tee shot is a forced carry and players can be aggressive with driver or play for position with a fairway wood or iron.  If playing for position, a short iron or wedge awaits, leaving a shot to a well-bunkered green.  Back / Middle Tee (Handicap Hole #14), Gold / Forward Tee (Handicap Hole #13). 

Black: 350
White: 321
Gold: 307
Red: 296

Positioning off the tee is crucial on this Par 4, as the fairway slopes down to a penalty area.  A well placed tee shot will leave an intimidating downhill shot to a large green.  Back / Middle Tee (Handicap Hole #10), Gold / Forward Tee (Handicap Hole #9). 

Black: 343
White: 336
Gold: 296
Red: 296

The tree-lined fairway on this Par 4 places premium on accuracy from the tee.  Players finding the fairway will be left with a short iron approach shot to an exceptionally deep green.  Choose your yardage carefully, as a ball on the wrong part of the green could easily lead to a three putt.   Back / Middle Tee (Handicap Hole #18), Gold / Forward Tee (Handicap Hole #7). 

Black: 517
White: 487
Gold: 430
Red: 427

This Par 5 gives the player many options from tee to green.  No matter the length you hit it from the tee, a downhill, sidehill lie awaits.  The elevation change, lie, and green complex make scoring on this hole a challenge.  Back / Middle Tee (Handicap Hole #2), Gold / Forward Tee (Handicap Hole #1). 

Black: 513
White: 482
Gold: 422
Red: 389

A forced carry tee shot finding the fairway on this tree-lined Par 5, presents a solid scoring opportunity.  Approach shots are uphill and blind to this well bunkered green.  Back / Middle Tee (Handicap Hole #13), Gold / Forward Tee (Handicap Hole #2). 

Black: 332
White: 318
Gold: 270
Red: 270

Another Par 4, where options are abound from the teePlayers have the option of going for the green or playing for position off the tee with a fairway wood or long iron.  Tee shots or approach shots to this small elevated green must be precisely struck.  Back / Middle Tee (Handicap Hole #5), Gold / Forward Tee (Handicap Hole #12). 

Black: 183
White: 170
Gold: 120
Red: 119

This Par 3 is Valleybrook Country Club’s signature hole and features a downhill tee shot, requiring a forced carry over a creek, to a false front green protected by bunkers.  Your tee shot is everything on the hole!  Back / Middle Tee (Handicap Hole #9), Gold / Forward Tee (Handicap Hole #18). 

 

Black: 359
White: 337
Gold: 312
Red: 310

A larger fairway greets your tee shot on this Par 4.  The real challenge awaits with your approach shot, as it is uphill, to a well-guarded two-tiered green.  Keeping your ball, below the hole, is a good idea on this hole.  Back / Middle Tee (Handicap Hole #11), Gold / Forward Tee (Handicap Hole #10). 

Black: 210
White: 182
Gold: 120
Red: 116

A well struck tee shot is needed on this Par 3 to find the deep / narrow green.  Golfers must avoid the penalty area left, right, and behind the green. Back / Middle Tee (Handicap Hole #7), Gold / Forward Tee (Handicap Hole #14). 

Black: 303
White: 283
Gold: 214
Red: 210

This shorter Par 4, plays downhill from the tee, and places a premium on accuracy.  A well- positioned tee shot will leave a short iron / wedge approach to a generous-sized green.  A tee shot in the fairway makes this a scoring hole.  Back / Middle Tee (Handicap Hole #15), Gold / Forward Tee (Handicap Hole #16). 

Black: 367
White: 342
Gold: 307
Red: 306

As the most challenging hole on the course, golfers should seek to place their tee shot in the fairway, at all costs on this Par 4.  The approach shot plays uphill, over a creek, to a severely sloped green from back to front.  Par is a great score on this hole.   the Back / Middle Tee (Handicap Hole #1), Gold / Forward Tee (Handicap Hole #8). 

Black: 503
White: 475
Gold: 404
Red: 393

This Par 5 is reachable in two for most, but out of bounds (right) must be avoided with your tee shotA greenside water hazard will come into play on approach shots.  This hole represents an excellent scoring opportunity.  Back / Middle Tee (Handicap Hole #17), Gold / Forward Tee (Handicap Hole #4). 

Black: 428
White: 406
Gold: 325
Red: 307

Our closing hole (Par 4) is demanding with out of bounds left and right coming into play.  From the fairway, approach shots are challenged by a green, the size of a postage stamp.  A good score on this hole is well earned.  Back / Middle Tee (Handicap Hole #3), Gold / Forward Tee (Handicap Hole #6). 

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