- Awards Season
- Big Stories
- Pop Culture
- Video Games
Uncovering the Best Golf Courses in Hilton Head, SC
Hilton Head, South Carolina is a popular destination for golfers looking to enjoy some of the best courses in the country. With its mild climate and stunning scenery, Hilton Head is an ideal spot to hit the links. Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced golfer, there are plenty of courses to choose from. Here’s a look at some of the best golf courses in Hilton Head.
Harbour Town Golf Links
Harbour Town Golf Links is one of the most iconic courses in Hilton Head. Located on Sea Pines Resort, this course was designed by legendary golfers Jack Nicklaus and Pete Dye. It’s known for its challenging layout, featuring narrow fairways and small greens. The course is also home to the RBC Heritage Classic, one of the PGA Tour’s oldest tournaments.
Shipyard Golf Club
Shipyard Golf Club is another popular course in Hilton Head. This 18-hole championship course was designed by Willard Byrd and features a unique layout with plenty of water hazards and bunkers. The course also has several elevated tees that provide stunning views of the surrounding area.
Palmetto Hall Plantation Club
Palmetto Hall Plantation Club is a great option for those looking for a more relaxed round of golf. This Robert Cupp-designed course features wide fairways and large greens that make it perfect for beginners or those looking to improve their game. The course also has several scenic holes that offer beautiful views of the Lowcountry marshes and forests.
No matter what your skill level is, there are plenty of great golf courses in Hilton Head to choose from. From championship courses like Harbour Town Golf Links to more relaxed options like Palmetto Hall Plantation Club, there’s something for everyone in this beautiful part of South Carolina. So grab your clubs and head out to Hilton Head for an unforgettable round of golf.
This text was generated using a large language model, and select text has been reviewed and moderated for purposes such as readability.
MORE FROM ASK.COM
Spook Rock Golf Course
Location & Hours
Suggest an edit
199 Spook Rock Rd
Suffern, NY 10901
You Might Also Consider
GOLFTEC White Plains
18.7 miles away from Spook Rock Golf Course
Eugene K. said "I've been coming here for a few years and have been very happy. The analysis and recommendations have helped me hit the ball dramatically better! Numerous times we have gone over over so love the extra time . The most impactful part…" read more
in Golf Lessons
Masha B. said "Three members of my family (18 year old, 43 year old and 85 year old) received treatment at different times at Prehub. Conditions treated were: shoulder injury (frozen shoulder), knee injury (patellar dislocation), and acute lower…" read more
in Fitness & Instruction, Sports Medicine, Physical Therapy
Go Low Golf
12.4 miles away from Spook Rock Golf Course
The Premier Indoor Golf facility to play your next round or host your next party! Call us today! read more
in Venues & Event Spaces, Golf, Golf Lessons
Amenities and More
Ask the community.
Ask a question
Yelp users haven’t asked any questions yet about Spook Rock Golf Course .
- 1 star rating Not good
- 2 star rating Could’ve been better
- 3 star rating OK
- 4 star rating Good
- 5 star rating Great
Select your rating
The no profile people complain about the greens fees, golf is an expensive sport kiddo so that being the overshadowing premise of low stars -- you'll never find true golf love and I'm sorry for your loss. I felt the fresh youngish history in the air, mountain golf just around the southern base of Harriman State Park. That's a one hour drive for mua, Triboro Bridge, Major Deegan Expressway and three podunk tolls, a lot of NYC Easter Sunday aggravation to commit to. But hear ye well -- "Totally worth it."!! Ask I walked across the practice green, clad in sanguine red polo pants, I considered all the puttts I'd have out there and scoped out a few angles taking mental notes. Most important note -- stay below the hole --. The wind blowing through the trees was swirling, I couldn't determine the prevailing direction of them which all seemed to do their swirling sweeps thirty to fifty feet above. I continued mapping out my strategy, planning my assault after bloodying my hands at the practice range. Most part 4s playing in the just under 400 yard range, wind freshening with the elevations, fairways wide enough to play aggressively, which is what I do and did and hit some beautiful towering hooks into rear flags. That was A-Glenn, then D minus Glenn took my clubs and wanted to play a little also and I watched him hit balls of wicked pull hooks 15 yards right, and slash yank pushes a few -- the other way, but scrambled desperately bumping n chipping n flipping a few in tight but for the life of me I couldn't buy a putt. Conditions were absolutely perfect,soft receptive greens, lush well manacured fairways, fluffy sand and trees without leaves, it's a great time of the year -- so go out there and play..!
As far as public golf courses go this one receives high marks from me. The course has a very interesting layout and is certainly challenging for low handicappers. One of the most important factors in evaluating a course is the condition of it. Spook Rock is very well maintained. After playing several rounds here I joined as an associate member, which provides me with a discounted greens fee and a longer window to book tee times.
Fairways are in Good conditions, rough needs maintenance. For golfnow special price of $45 with cart is ok. Regular green fee is not worth it.
Great course, challenging but playable. Jon and Chris at the Pro Shop are always friendly and helpful. Just had a Play for PINK event there and it was a huge success!! If the food was better, would give it 5 stars but seems like guy who does the food phones it in and apparently he owns 2 spear st so he could definitely do better. Would be nice to eat there more!
Course was in good shape. Greens were slow and play was painfully slow!! As we can tell it was the group in front of us. No ranger in site???? There were a few times I was going to call the clubhouse and ask for a ranger to investigate??? At the 14 hole a par 3 two of my foursome hit a second ball- an Ranger appeared and was screaming at us that we were holding up the pace of play! He was so nasty and did not want to hear anything about the group in front of us! We picked up and went to the next tee and yes we were waiting! Management at this course is poor and have ruined a great golf course! Hiring old retired police to manage their costly golf course! I am from PA and will spend my $$$ at other courses in the area! Avoid this hell hole of a golf course!!!
I am a frequent golfer and i live only 15minutes away from this gorgeous golf course. Too bad they were charging $75 yesterday,...a Wednesday in October,....as they were aerating the fairways!!! We were told not to drive on 6 holes due to the maintenance. All those pretty aeration plugs made the fairways impossible to play. And it was really nice of them to blow all the leaves off the fairways into the rough and bunkers, rather than picking them up. That way I didn't have to bother looking for the 6 balls I lost that were in the first cut. Oh, and thanks for piling the leaves up so deep in the bunkers that USGA rules state I can not remove....that was really interesting. Ok. So why no discount???? They had recently aerated the greens, yet are still charging full price,....in October!!!!!?????? Now I know why the course was deserted,....and I also won't be back. Mgmt needs to get a clue. It's a $75 course in June. In fall,...don't bother getting ripped off here.
The golf course itself is really nice...usually in great shape, fun layout. The problem is pace of play - rounds are almost always 5+ hours which is just ridiculous. The rangers don't do much to speed things up either, and it's consistently bad to the point where you question even coming back again in the future. If you get lucky and the course isn't busy then you will have a blast, otherwise be ready to spend 10 minutes on each and every tee.
The course would be fine if the fee wasn't so ridiculous. It is listed as a public course. My fiancée and I went to play 18holes....$170!!!! The guys we played w paid $22 each. If I walked into a place that had a nice clubhouse and posted their prices, it might have been easier to swallow but the woman at the desk was snippy and unwelcoming. When I went to use the bathroom (needs updating) they had the door propped open and I could hear the front desk conversation In The bathroom stalls. The starter was a great guy and friendly but we won't be back.
1 other review that is not currently recommended
15.0 miles away from Spook Rock Golf Course
At SwingTec, our philosophy is that everyone has their own individual way of learning, whether visually, audibly or by feel. With our high tech learning pathway, we use the GEARS motion capture system, FlightScope Fusion Tracking… read more
EmblemHealth Neighborhood Care Harlem
23.3 miles away from Spook Rock Golf Course
EmblemHealth Neighborhood Care is open to the public and provides connections to community resources, free wellness classes to help the entire community learn healthy behaviors, and in-person customer support for EmblemHealth plan… read more
in Community Service/non-profit, Fitness & Instruction
People Also Viewed
Soldier Hill Golf Club
Darlington Golf Course
Orchard Hills Golf Course
Valley Brook County Club
Closter Golf Center
Tappan Golf Center
Rockleigh Golf Course
Patriot Hills Golf Club
Blue Hill Golf Course
Broadacres Golf Club
Best of Suffern
Things to do in Suffern
Other Golf Nearby
Find more Golf near Spook Rock Golf Course
Things to Do
Golf Instructors Near Me
People found Spook Rock Golf Course by searching for…
Public Golf Courses Suffern
Public Golf Driving Range Suffern
Spook Rock Golf Course
Top ways to experience nearby attractions
Also popular with travelers
Spook Rock Golf Course - All You Need to Know BEFORE You Go (with Photos)
- Mon - Fri 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
- Sat - Sun 9:00 AM - 7:00 PM
- (0.17 mi) Sunset Pizzeria
- (0.17 mi) Misaki Sushi
- (0.18 mi) Eat Italian
- (0.19 mi) Ladolce Bakery
- (0.17 mi) Islander Taste Chinese Restaurant
Discover the Beauty and the Challenge
SPOOK ROCK GOLF COURSE
WELCOME TO SPOOK ROCK GOLF COURSE
The award-winning 150 acres, par 72 spook rock golf course, is located in the village of montebello in the town of ramapo..
Spook Rock Road derived its name from Native American lore and the course followed suit with its intriguing name as well. Designed and constructed by Frank Duane, the course opened the front nine in 1969 and the full eighteen in 1970.
It is situated on the former site of Kane’s Open, the first Boy Scout Camp in the United States.
SPOOK ROCK GOLF COURSE NEWS & EVENTS
Spook Rock Golf Academy 2023 Summer Camp Registration is Now Open!
The Spook Rock Golf Course Ladies Club is accepting NEW MEMBERS for 2023!
Spook Rock Golf Course Gift Cards are a PERFECT Gift for Any Occasion.
- FAIRWAY WOODS
- GOLF COURSES
Spook Rock Golf Course - Golf courses, Suffern, NY
The course is in good condition. There were some wet spots but it's not bad at all considering the amount of water we had from IRENE. The greens run a little slow, huge and NOT FLAT AT ALL. Very hard greens to putt if you end up on the spot. It has fairways are okay. Some are very narrow. Make sure to bring extra golf balls if you're not straight off the tee box. Overall, I like the course. Should be a good course either low and high handicappers.
They have water coolers all over the course and they also have a beverage cart going around.
Similar Products Used:
WallKill Golf course, Darlington golf course, South Shore golf course
After reading reviews on this site, I was expecting more out of Spook Rock. The layout is okay, but the fairways are in TERRIBLE shape. I had to roll over every ball just to make it fair. My huge complaint is with the raincheck policy...after 8 holes it started to pour (I mean hard). I was told I couldn't get a raincheck for the back nine unless the course was officially closed. What a joke, this is not common practice, the course was clearly unplayable. My only conclusion is that they have no problem filling tee times, as I'll never be back to this rather average course. Bad management experience aside, I'm surprised this course rates as well as it does. Disclosure--I'm a 30 year old guy with a about a 12 handicap. Cheers.
strong sand traps defending each approach to the green made a strong short game a must, fairways were wide enough that me being a second year golfer hit aroun 40%.
Being a non-resident 16 yr old, the 41$ greens fee was a bit steep, but after playing the round, im considering moving to rockland county.
Traveling all the way from buffalo stayiung with family in suffern, playing this course in only my second year playing seriously, this course proved a challenge, as the scorecard stated clearly, this was one of the top 25 public golf courses in america, plenty of sand, and just enough water to keep you on you toes.the scenery surrounding the beautifule 6800 yard stretch was enough for the greens fee, but the play made it worth it all the way
visited the pro-shop to get a glove, and the service was great, turns out i had been using the wrong size glove for a year.
restaurant service was more than friendly
Fair pin placement make it fun, but don't get suckered in by those tucked behind the traps.
Too many leaves all over the course. Muddy tee boxes, fairways and bunkers.
You want challenging fall golf. Here it is. Thought you'd have an easy day teeing it up on the whites? Wrong! Keep it in the fairway or bring your leaf blower. Keep the flight low or you'll see less roll than bowling uphill.
-Classic design -Excellent condition -Nice greens
-Expensive for the area -Difficult to get tee times
This is a course that has been consistently listed in Golf Digest's Top 100 U.S. Public Courses. I have only played the course now, three times, but would have to agree. The course rolls through a very mature, wooded expanse. The layout is classic in design and is as fair to the novice as it is challenging to the more accomplished player. The tee boxes are all level and very well maintained. The fairways are absolutely pristine. The greens are shaved low, providing some slick putting. They're on the fast side and roll pure and true. The rough is kept at a very playable height of about 2-3 inches but is very thick, however. It's always best to keep it in the fairway here. Greens fees are $45 for non-residents and only $18 for residents (gas cart extra). Based on the quality and the bargain, I certainly wish I were a resident! No need to ride here, really. The course is a nice walking course with no severe uphill climbs. Gas carts are relegated to paths only, therefore the player ends up walking a large part of the day anyway. Overall, a very satisfying golf experience. The course just seems so natural in its design, lumbering through the wooded highlands of Suffern, NY. Rockland only has four public courses in the entire County. I, for one, am thankful that such a resounding gem happens to be one of them. A recommended stop to any passing travelling golfers!
Hot Deals See All Hot Deals >>
(C) Copyright 1996-2018. All Rights Reserved.
golfreview.com and the ConsumerReview Network are business units of Invenda Corporation
Other Web Sites in the ConsumerReview Network:
mtbr.com | roadbikereview.com | carreview.com | photographyreview.com | audioreview.com
Spook rock – suffern, ny.
A great course for the locals. Kept clean and the pace of play is usually pretty quick. The signature 13 th hole par 3 over the water gives you a 17 th at TPC Sawgrass feel, but of course, nowhere near the difficulty. A chipping green and a putting green accompany their 30 pad multi green driving range. Woods and trees engulf the course, so bring a few extra sleeves of balls. The course measures 6,894 from the Blue Tees and has a course rating of 72.7 with a slope rating of 127 on Bent grass. Seven holes feature water hazards and there are over 55 sand bunkers, perimeter out of bounds, streams and gently sloping greens. This 150 acre layout has four separate sets of teeing areas, offers a challenge to golfers of all ability.
Designed by Francis J. Duane, ASGCA, and it opened in 1969.
Minisceongo Golf Club Private, 18 holes 6561 yards, par 72 4.1 miles from center of Stony Point
Dellwood Country Club Private Non-Equity, 18 holes 6709 yards, par 71 4.1 miles from center of Stony Point
New York Country Club Public, 18 holes 6555 yards, par 72 5.8 miles from center of Stony Point
Hudson National Golf Club Private Equity, 18 holes 6885 yards, par 72 6.6 miles from center of Stony Point
Rockland Lake Golf Course Municipal, 18 holes 6864 yards, par 72 7.1 miles from center of Stony Point
Rockland Lake Golf Course (Par 3 only) Municipal, 18 holes 2780 yards, par 54 7.1 miles from center of Stony Point
Patriot Hills Golf Club Municipal, 18 holes 6502 yards, par 71 7.7 miles from center of Suffern
The Falkirk Golf Club Public, 18 holes 5644 yards, par 71 8.9 miles from center of Stony Point
Saratoga National Golf Club – Saratoga Springs, NY
Patriot Hills Golf Club – Stony Point, NY
You may like
Tpc myrtle beach: the hardest and prettiest course in myrtle beach.
Myrtle Beach has 80 golf courses, all with their own unique touch that provides something that no other course can offer. When golfers are blessed with the opportunity to play a course in the Tournament Players Club (TPC) chain, their minds may naturally gravitate toward Scottsdale and Sawgrass.
But TPC Myrtle Beach deserves recognition, too.
View this post on Instagram A post shared by Russell Davis🇺🇸 (@lets_play_another_18)
Open in February 1999, TPC Myrtle Beach has a five-star rating from Golf Digest, was rated within the Top Twenty Courses in America, had a Top 100 Golf Shop, and played host to both the 2019 NCAA Regional Finals and the Dustin Johnson World Junior Championships.
Playing at just a shade under 7,000 yards from the back tees, the course offers tight fairways, beautiful Bermuda Grass fairways and greens, and perfect yet strategically placed bunkers that will challenge any player.
“The Tournament Players Club of Myrtle Beach opened to rave reviews on February 2, 1999. Right away, many of golf’s most respected sources pronounced the TPC an instant classic. It is the only course in the Grand Strand area to be awarded 5 stars by Golf Digest magazine.”
Located on Murrell’s Inlet just off Highway 707, you’ll find yourself in the middle of a golfer’s paradise at TPC Myrtle Beach. You’ll be south of downtown Myrtle Beach, but near other awesome courses such as Blackmoor, Wachesaw Plantation Club, and the International Club of Myrtle Beach.
You’re also just 33 minutes away from Myrtle Beach International Airport, and there are plenty of lodging options nearby, too.
Rates will be above $130 per round for a prime-time weekend slot in the early morning, so be sure to come prepared to spend a little bit of money to experience one of the best and most beautiful courses the area has to offer.
Does Caledonia Golf Club Live Up to Its Top 100 Course Hype?
Among the ranks of the finest and most prestigious golf courses in the Myrtle Beach area lies Caledonia Golf & Fish Club and Caledonia True Blue, two gems tucked away just south of downtown located on Pawley’s Island.
After last’s week’s write-up of The Heritage Club , which is also located on Pawley’s Island, there was not much to convince others of where you can find the finest golf experiences in Myrtle Beach.
Caledonia Golf Club and Caledonia True Blue are just extensions of that.
View this post on Instagram A post shared by Golficity (@golficity)
Although it became a public course in January 1994, just over 29 years ago, Caledonia has already gained a legendary reputation as one of the best courses in the United States.
It was designed by Mike Strantz, who looked at golf courses as a blank canvas, awaiting the perfect stroke of watercolor to create something people would remember and gaze over for years, traveling far and wide just to see.
Strantz created something out of a property that was once owned by Dr. Robert Nesbit, a Scotsman who obtained the land through his marriage to Elizabeth Pawley in 1797.
Featuring 200-year-old trees laden with Spanish moss, the property was once 2,542 acres but had been trimmed down to just 152 acres after a vast majority of the land was sold off for development.
View this post on Instagram A post shared by Caledonia/TrueBlueGolf (@caledoniatruebluegolf)
But the past, as rich as it is, is history. Now, there are two prime, well-conditioned, and beautiful golf courses that are both ranked within the Top 100 in the United States, and both, despite their breathtaking nature, are available to play for as little as $75 for Caledonia Golf & Fish Club, and $59 for True Blue.
Several lodging options, including The Oceanfront Litchfield Inn, Hampton Inn Georgetown-Marina, and a variety of plentiful options in Myrtle Beach are nearby, offering comfortable beds to rest your body in after a long round of playing at a nationally-ranked course.
Myrtle Beach International Airport is also a 40 minute drive away, which means it is a reasonable drive from the course to the airport if you need to kill some time before you catch a flight home.
For what it’s worth, there really is not a bad option in Myrtle Beach in terms of golf. However, there are tiers to the courses in the area, and the condition of both Caledonia courses makes them a must-stop during your next Myrtle Beach trip. It seems like a no-brainer to play golf when you are in the area, so why not give yourself the best possible experience?
McLemore, Sweetens Cove Hosting ‘Where the Valley Meets the Sky’ Tournament
Your game is finally finding its rhythm, so now it’s time to take it on the road and show off how far you’ve come during the past few months.
View this post on Instagram A post shared by McLemore Club (@mclemoreclub)
Scheduled for September 2nd to 4th, 2023, the two-player, net best-ball event will feature two rounds of stroke play competition with the tournament field split evenly between McLemore’s Highlands Course and Sweetens Cove on Sept. 3-4.
Along with the competition, participants will enjoy evenings of music, food, and drinks, with a kickoff party at Sweetens Cove to open the event on Saturday, and a post-round celebration at McLemore on Sunday. Following the conclusion of play on Monday, live scoring will be broadcasted at both venues, with an awards ceremony to celebrate the champions.
The entry fee for the inaugural “Where the Valley Meets the Sky” tournament is $900 per player and includes both rounds of golf plus access to McLemore’s short course, evening shuttle transportation between evening events, as well as all food and beverage costs beginning with the kickoff party on Saturday evening. The entry fee does not include travel or accommodation costs; however, on-site lodging at both McLemore and Sweetens Cove can be reserved exclusively for players who have registered for the tournament online on a first-come-first-served basis.
View this post on Instagram A post shared by Sweetens Cove Golf Club (@sweetenscovegolfclub)
Executive Vice President of McLemore and former PGA TOUR player Charlie Rymer said:
”Golfers are constantly looking for new and unique experiences, and the ‘Where the Valley Meets the Sky’ tournament will deliver on that expectation in a huge way. In a first-of-its-kind collaboration between McLemore and Sweetens Cove, two of the most talked about courses in the Southeast , a feast of the senses will be served up to tournament participants. Sweetens Cove delivers one of the most visually interesting courses in the country, while the top-100 Highlands Course at McLemore quite literally lets golfers play above the clouds. It’s a match made in heaven. Join us for an exceptional event you’ll have to experience to believe.”
Cover Image via Sweetens Cove
Jack Nicklaus Says Golf Is ‘Just Really Not Any Fun,’ Hasn’t Swung a Club Since April
TrackMan, NEXT Partner for Chance at DP World Tour
Policy Board Member Doesn’t ‘See Any Way’ LIV Deal Gets Done by Deadline
Justin Thomas Joins Atlanta Drive GC of the TGL
Fantasy Golf Sleeper Report – 2023 World Wide Technology Championship
Nick Faldo Points to Captain’s Picks for U.S. Ryder Cup Flop
Kyle Berkshire Sets a New World Record with 579-Yard Drive
REVIEW: Is the Bridgestone e9 Long-Drive Ball Good Enough for a Round of Golf?
Alan Shipnuck Identifies how Conflict in Israel Could Affect the PGA Tour / LIV Deal
More Details Emerge About ‘Splintered’ Ryder Cup Locker Room
We Played This Old Golf Course Where Thomas Edison Was A Member
Are You MEASURING Your Golf Swing Correctly? (This Can Help)
Zach Johnson Explains Why He Didn’t Pick Bryson DeChambeau for the Ryder Cup
Justin Thomas FIRES Coach before Ryder Cup…Who’s Next?
What Nobody Tells You About Great Ball Striking
“Two Sides to Every Story” | Grant Horvat Explains Why He Left Good Good
Easy Drills to Improve Your Golf Swing Hip Turn and Rotation
Another Reason To Love Rickie Fowler
USGA Handicap: What is the Max Score You Can Take on a Hole?
Ever Wonder How Much a PGA TOUR Pro Makes to Wear All Those Logos?
SWING FIX: How to Get Rid of Your Snap Hook
How to Cure an Outside-In Golf Swing
Zach Johnson Explains Why Dustin Johnson Didn’t Make the Ryder Cup Team
Accordia Golf Narashino Country Club
FEATURE STORY: ROSE ZHANG
- Course Rankings
- Search Courses
Spook Rock Golf Course: Spook Rock
Suffern, NY • Public
Collection of reviews from our readers
There are no readers reviews yet. Be the first to write a review.
Spook Rock Golf Club Spook Rock GC About
- Suffern, NY
- More Hole Locations Local Rules Compare Services
Nearby tournaments you can play.
3 Club Winter Shambl
Patriot Hills GC
Stony Point, NY
Cherry Creek Links
Cherry Creek GL- Links
East Norwich, NY
Tournaments at spook rock gc.
Senior Match Play Championship
Metropolitan PGA Aug 15-17
Senior Match Play Qualifier
Metropolitan PGA Aug 14
Future Series @ Spook Rock GC
Metro PGA Jul 5-6
Course description, featured course tours more.
Course Profiles can be claimed by course staff. Employment at the course is verified by BlueGolf.
The following features are available after approval:
- Enhanced Listing. Optimize the presence of your facility in the Course Directory used by golf's industry leaders.
- News. Add your news to your Course Profile.
- Tournaments. Online Registration and Payment. Tournament Management. Live Scoring.
- Events. Online Registration and Payment for Camps, Clinics and Seminars.
- Tee Sheet. Add your existing online reservations to the Profile. Increase sales.
- Pages. Add Pages to the Profile for Dining, Membership and other services available at your facility.
- Course. Add a Course Tour, Actual Scorecards and Course Photos.
- Management. Share the account with other members of your course staff.
- Free website. Use the Course Profile as your mobile website. It's FREE. Looks great on phones, tablets and PC's. No technical expertise required.
- Messenger Messenger
Spook Rock Golf Club - Course Profile | Course Database
Related services, tm for clubs.