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Home – Echo Lake Country Club Experience Echo Lake Country Club Echo Lake Country Club is a vibrant, family-friendly club boasting a newly renovated club house and a beautiful Donald Ross designed 18-hole golf course. You can golf, swim, play paddle tennis, and then wind down with delicious casual and fine dining in our newly redesigned clubhouse. Located on a high bluff overlooking Echo Lake Park and the Manhattan skyline, our elegant clubhouse offers tremendous views of the golf course.

Echo Lake Country Club – Wikipedia

Echo Lake Country Club Echo Lake Country ClubClub informationLocationWestfield, New Jersey, U.S.Established1899TypePrivateTotal holes18Websitehttp://www.echolakecc.orgDesigned byDonald RossPar71Length7,116 yardsCourse rating74.3 (Championship)73.2 (Jones)71.5 (Echo Lake)69.5 (Ross)67.4 (White)71.7 (Faxon)Slope rating132 (Championship)130 (Jones)128 (Echo Lake)124 (Ross)120 (White)127 (Faxon)Course record63 Echo Lake Country Club is a private, member-owned country club located in Westfield, New Jersey. The club was founded in 1899 and the golf course was designed by Donald Ross in 1913. History[edit] The club was founded as the Cranford Golf Club in 1899 and a 9-hole golf course was designed by Willie Dunn on Lincoln Avenue in Cranford, New Jersey. Cranford businessmen and trading-stamp magnates Thomas Sperry and William Miller Sperry were executives of the Cranford Golf Club on Lincoln Avenue, formerly known as Westfield Avenue and part of the Old York Road.[1] The club’s 19th-century grounds off Lincoln Avenue were a former estate said to have supplied lumber to build the USS Constitution (“Old Ironsides”) in the 1700s.[2] The grounds also included the largest sour gum ever recorded in the Northeastern states, known as the Cranford Pepperidge Tree or…

Echo Lake C.C. | Club & Courses | NJSGA

Club & Courses In May 1899 a group from Cranford organized a 9-hole golf club at Lincoln Ave./South Union Ave. in Cranford (this is the forerunner to Echo Lake C.C.) Willie Dunn, designer of Shinnecock Hills, designed the course. Three young men from that club went on to fame — Max Marston won the National Amateur Golf Association Championship, Eddie Wild won the golf club championship seven times, and Dean Mathey won the National Clay Court Tennis Doubles Championship twice. This club, after 13 years of operation, bought the Harper Farm on Springfield Ave., Westfield, engaged Donald Ross (the most famous golf course designer of the time) to design the course and had a clubhouse built where it is today on a high bluff overlooking the lake. The course was completed in 1913 (6247 yards. Par 72.) A group of members teed up at the Lincoln Ave. site and played…

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Echo Lake Country Club: Echo Lake | Courses |

Echo Lake Country Club: Echo Lake About Holes 18 Length 7088 Slope 136 Facility Type Private Designer Donald J. Ross, ASGCA 100 GREATEST/BEST IN STATE SCORES Reviews 1 / 1 Review “Echo Lake continues to do work to its course (and other club facilities)—upholding its reputation as one of the best clubs in the area. Thirteen original Ross holes remain, and recent work by Rees Jones’ team has done a great job restoring greens, clearing out trees and opening up vistas. The 16th hole is one of the most unique, fun holes in NJ — with some tremendous history: The Leni Lenape tribe, one of NJ’s biggest Native American tribes, used the natural amphitheater of the 16th green as a ceremonial ground back in the 1600s.” Read More2021 Nearby Courses

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