Oak Ridge, New Jersey
Berkshire Valley Golf Course
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28 Cozy Lake Road
Oak Ridge, NJ 07438, United States
Consisting of 600 acres in the picturesque Highlands region of northern New Jersey, the 18-hole, par 71 - 6,800 yard, public golf course presents unique challenges atop the ridge of Green Pond Mountain. The topography and spectacular views of this course make it unlike any other rewarding golfing experience and a "must-play" for every golfer.
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Rocco42 - 6/1/15
Great challenging course from the blue tee's. Play can be slow sometimes. Great value if you can get the county rate. Best scenery of any NJ course I played. Played in May and June of 2015.
irishnj9 - 5/26/15
The best course for the value I have played in the area.
Deathrho - 5/15/14
douglugg - 2/12/14
First real course I ever played. Came back and stupidly played thru injury and still had a great time. What public course doesnt get crowded? Figure out when the off peak times are and you'll score.
brianmk24 - 8/14/13
Start on the putting green and you'll be able to see most of the course. The first four holes go across the face of the mountain (hit it straight or at least, not right) and it opens up after that. A fun variety of holes with a nice grill at the turn...order a burger and a birdie and pick them up in a few holes (the burger is guaranteed, you have to do the work for the birdie).
cafay - 6/25/13
Expensive for a county course. It was very wet two, some fairways were like a swamp. Many of the holes were interesting and the scenery was very nice
Matt Otskey - 6/12/12
This is a wonderful course for being a county course. It is a little more expensive than a normal county course, but it is very well kept and worth it. For residents, it is only $55 to play in the morning on weekends.
One of the best courses in North Jersey.
It can be difficult at times, but can be scorable also.
peacefrogg - 5/10/12
I agree with the King (Elvis) on this one. I normally play Flanders Valley in the Morris County sytem on weekend mornings. I walk and it's $39.
My dad and brother wanted to play last weekend and they ride, so we dediced to play Berkshire. The cost for a county resident is $70 since you must ride in the morning. Then, even though the course is not crowded, they put a single in the cart with me! So, not only do have I payed top dollar and forced to take a cart. I have to sit in a cart with a stranger with a stranger for 5 hours, which is what the round took. They just don't understand what a county course is supposed to be about. Nobody asked for someone's grand vision, just a typical county course. Won't be playing here again anytime soon.
elvislivzon - 1/26/12
Yeah, it's a nice looking course, but Agilic simply doesn't understand, that Bershire valley fails as a county course when compared to the other Morris County courses. That was my point. I was stating facts - it is almost double the cost of any of the other courses in the county. On weekends, it takes over 5 hours to play, whereas rounds at 3 of the other 4 county courses are all under 4:15. They don't allow walking anytime except late afternoons. I golf in the morning on the weekend and they force you to take a cart. This is supposed to be an affordable county course, but it's priced like a privately owned public access course, get it?
tjumper78 - 8/3/11
this course was almost flawless around this time of last year. this year, i played here twice in july. there were lots of burnt areas (fairways and roughs) but thats probably due to the crazy hot weather. the greens were in decent shape but not as fast or true as they were last year. still a great value in my opinion.
Best Score: 75