Cream Ridge Golf Course is an 18-hole championship located on Route 539 in Cream Ridge, NJ. The golf course has four sets of tee boxes and features a layout with great variety, offering any level player a fun and challenging golf experience. The course originally opened in 1958, and is 6516 yards from the back tees playing to a par of 71. The course rating is 71.6, and it has a slope of 128.
Among the features at Cream Ridge are a fully stocked Pro Shop offering everything a player will need, as well as golf club regripping, a full driving range, putting and chipping greens. After playing, you’ll want to stop by our beautiful bar and restaurant called The Roost. It’s the place to go for a cold beer or sumptuous meal.
The facility is owned by the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, acquired in 2006 through the Green Acres Program, which is dedicated to the preservation of open space. Cream Ridge is leased and operated by Linx Golf Management of Shrewsbury, NJ. Linx and CEO and Founder Steve Rice has strong ties to the Jersey Shore. We have a history of growing companies, adding value and providing exceptional customer service. Linx also operates Suneagles Golf Club and Westlake Golf and Country Club.
Anyone who has been to the course in the past year will notice that it has been completely transformed. All the credit for this goes to Mark Stallone, our Golf Course Superintendent. Mark has an extensive background encompassing in excess of 30 years. Most notably, Mark worked for Gary Player Enterprises and travelled the world designing and working in golf courses. Domestically, he worked at River Run, Cypress Knoll, Mission Hills, Old York and more. His passion for work and exceptional level of expertise makes him the perfect fit to further enhance Cream Ridge.
With our recent changes the whole course has a more open, visually striking appearance, and has become far more playable than in the past. The goal is to make Cream Ridge Golf Course the premier public golf facility in the area and among the finest in the entire state. And with all the positive feedback we have received from our patrons, we are well on our way.