Baltusrol Lower course is undergoing a massive restoration project by Gil Hanse. Course is set to open in April-May 2021. Expectations are that this redo will be one of the finest ever!
What to Expect: Baltusrol is a historic club with a rich history of hosting national championships. The Lower course has had famous matchups that include George Von Elm defeating Bobby Jones in the 1926 U.S. Amateur, Jack Nicklaus' 1967 and 1980 U.S. Open victories, and Phil Mickelson's win at Baltusrol first effort to host the PGA Championship. The historic grounds feature one of golf's finest clubhouses on a beautiful tree lined property. When you play Baltusrol you know exactly why the course has hosted so many national championships. Every hole is a solid test of golf with no tricks or quirks - it is straight forward golf with long challenging holes. Don't expect crazy greens, blind shots, or unique style bunkers. Baltusrol tries to be one thing and one thing only; an exceptional championship golf course and they pull it off extremely well.
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