Phillipsburg, New Jersey
Harkers Hollow Golf & Country Club
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950 Uniontown Rd
Phillipsburg, NJ 08865-9420, United States
This 18-hole semi-private course plays over part of a mountain that is part of the Appalachians, so small-ish greens are even more challenging; locals say they usually stimp at 10 or 11.
The peak walking rates are $33 weekdays and $53 weekends.
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swanick - 4/15/14
What a surprise when friends invited us to join them for dinner at Harker’s Hollow’s St. Andrews Pub and Tea Room. We knew the restaurants were open and that the public was welcome. What we did not know was the ability of chef Cyle. The ambiance is that of a 1929 golf course in the warmth, friendliness and casualness of the 21st century. The view is gorgeous the course is lush and green. The owners introduced themselves to everyone and the chef visited tables and occasionally served the meals. He asked how we liked our dinners and what suggestions we had. There was also entertainment and wine tasting. We had a bottle of the Los Haroldos Hacienda Oak Cabernet which was unexpectedly good. The best part of the evening flat out was the food. There were 15 in our group so I sampled several appetizers particularly liking the garlic shrimp brochette and the French toasted mozzarella. That was a huge hit with the teenagers. My favorite was the warm spinach and artichoke dip with tomato. Entrees ranged from pub fair to beautifully plated, incredible main courses. It was Friday so I returned to my childhood and had wonderful beer battered fish and chips. Others in our group had variety of entrees. I sampled the crab cakes and chicken murphy both wonderful. There were no negative comments only praise for the chef. It is hard to find your regular dinner spot but in Harmony /Philipsburg this is it.
Bob and Nancy
Bill Lightcap - 7/21/13
First off, the course is in terrible shape, brown beyond belief. Solid as a rock, sand, what sand? No cart girl, ball washers far and few between and no water jugs on course. About as bad as it gets for this once proud country club.
It's pretty sad when you get to the upper part of the course and the farm across the valley is greener than the course. Here it is July and they are on winter rates, that says something to me.
The guy in the pro shop was friendly but he has to be when there are more people in the pool (which they just remodeled) than on the course. I think they have priorities wrong here. The name says Country club, not swimming pool!!!!
The course needs an irrigation system badly. Truly a shame to call it a golf course. Hopefully, they will turn it around and get it back to what it once was.
brianmk24 - 6/25/13
Tee boxes are poorly marked and course is not well maintained. Not worth the drive to visit.
par.par - 1/3/13
Sad, gone to ruin, greens are brown and bare! Par 3 course looks better. Have removed ALL of the heritage.... Scharre Run ruined, no more benches, dedicated stones overgrown, driving range looks sad. No wonder they went into bankruptcy
MF - 11/12/12
Greens are shot. Not worth $40
c5agalb - 9/24/12
Horrible course conditions
birdy.bird - 8/21/12
bb77 - 8/6/11
I have never played such burnt out and poorly maintained fairways. The course is in really bad shape.
DrOldSchool - 8/28/12
vitaminjay1 - 7/11/12
Best Score: 73