Eagle Ridge G.C.

Course Description

Specific Type: Semi-Private

The Original 18-hole layout of the golf course was built on the sand and gravel quarry that was used to help build the Garden State Parkway in the late 1940's and early 1950's. This resulted in the unique topography of the land helping create the many elevation changes which formed various bluffs, cliffs, and ridges. The Kokes family opened the original golf course in June 1999. With its early success, the Kokes family again commissioned Brian Ault to create a third nine to compliment his original 18-hole design on the adjacent property. That property was once an ultra light airport and the Lakewood municipal landfill that was closed in the early 80's. Now, some 20 years later the Kokes family is proud to have reclaimed the property and return it to the community as the new "Links" nine. Eagle Ridge now has 3 signature nines; the original 18 Holes "Ridge and Pines” and now the new "Links" nine that make up 27-holes of championship golf for you to enjoy

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