Ramblewood Country Club is a renowned 27-hole parkland-style championship golf course. With three separate 18 hole combinations to choose from variety is the spice of life at this southern New Jersey golf course.
The Red and White nines share similar design characteristics, both having been built on gently rolling pasture land and opened in 1962. Both nines feature generous landing areas and large greens with very subtle undulations and strategically placed bunker complexes. While forgiving fairways abound, the challenge comes in the form of forced carriers over water on several holes.
The Blue nine opened in 1972 and has the feel of a core golf course throughout, with hole corridors carved through the pine forests of Southern New Jersey. Course management is key on this nine as tight fairways and more undulating greens set the stage for your round.