Ratings from our panel of 1,900 course-ranking panelists
100 GREATEST/BEST IN STATE SCORES
1 / 3
“A Raynor/Banks that's more of a sleeping giant than a hidden gem. Lots of template fun to be had but rounds at "The Rock" include all the typical frustrations of a poorly run public course in need of investment and a new vision."
2 / 3
“Since the course turned public it has lost a bit of its conditioning, but the routing is still there. The course opens with a couple of shorter par 4s, but they do require precision around hazards and trees. Overall the condition and timing of rounds has slipped in recent years but it is one of the better options for public golf in the NYC area"
3 / 3
“Rock Spring is a classic Seth Raynor/Charles Banks design that recently became public. It is one of the very rare chances for the public to play a Seth Raynor and is certainly one of the best public courses in the NYC Metro area. While some templates have been softened, there are some great holes here like the Redan 3rd, Double Plateau 4th, and Alps 10th. I highly recommend this fun course."