Tee times are set. 10:00, 10:09, and 10:18. Please be sure to be at the course no later than 9:30.
Carved through tall hardwoods – several of the holes play straightaway, but keep the ball on the "short grass"... "short bentgrass" that is. As long as weather permits, we're open year round. The course is unique in that it is designed on a hillside and the terrain itself presents many challenges. There is no water, but bunkers force you to be strategic.
With 300 Feet in Elevation Changes, Harkers Hollow Offers Beautiful Views and Tremendous Conditions to Match
The first hole, a challenging par four plays 420 yards from our Championship tee and is one of the most difficult on the course. After that it's up, down to the tune of 300 feet in elevation changes across the mountain which presents different challenges on every hole. The par three fifth is our signature; a par three located at the top of the front nine with a spectacular view. It's so beautiful in fact that many brides have held their wedding from this scenic vista. The seventh is Harkers greatest challenge and number one handicap. It's a 423 yard uphill par four from the back tee with a small green that slopes back to front. The eighth and ninth have Lopatcong Creek meandering through them – avoid the hazard. The par four number 15 offers an incredible view of the entire layout – all of this is capped off with the finishing number 18, a par four with out of bounds on the left and Lopatcong Creek on the right. If you can get to the clubhouse with a par here – you've finished well.