4th Hole of Fourth Nine, Montclair 

MONTCLAIR COURSES

Designed by two legendary golf course architects, Donald Ross and Charles Banks, Montclair Golf Club is considered one of the most unique courses in the nation. Our four 9-hole courses provide a challenging yet enjoyable experience for our members and their guests and each begins and ends at the Clubhouse. The members are proud to maintain a "no-tee-time" policy and accommodate players at any time without delay. Whether you want to play a full 18-hole round or just come out and practice on our full range and practice areas, our starter and caddie master will ensure you have an excellent experience. Our caddie program is well known and our professional staff will exceed your expectations.

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Course Tour - Take a closer look at our stunning course below.

  • First Nine
    • Hole 1

      Par 4

      Watch out for this benign starting hole.  With a severely right to left sloped landing area and out of bounds to the right, a right center tee shot is a must. Longer hitters could benefit by a fairway wood or even an iron off the tee to keep the ball in the fairway.
  • Second Nine
    • Hole 1

      Par 5


      A straight-away, downhill par 5 initiates the Second Nine, wide off the tee but tight on the second shot and, as usual, a difficult green, this time with multiple breaks. Perhaps best described as “moody”.

       
  • Third Nine
    • Hole 1

      Par 4


      A great start to a great nine, but beware of the bunkers on the right side about 150 yards from the hole. The green appears innocent, even welcoming, from the approach. It is not. You will need to be on the same side of the putting surface as the flagstick as there is a front-to-back spine in the middle of the green.

       
  • Fourth Nine
    • Hole 1

      Par 5


      The Fourth Nine opens with a par 5 dogleg left to a Charles Bank's signature punch-bowl green. Keep the second shot well left for the best approach angle into a large two-tier green that runs front to back.