Golden Pheasant Golf Club
|Golf Professional||Brian Feldschneider||(856) 461-0131|
|Tee Sheet||Front 9||Back 9||Course|
Golden Pheasant Golf Club’s first nine holes opened in 1962 and an additional nine were unveiled the following year. The course sits in a predominantly agricultural area of Burlington County. The majority of Golden Pheasant’s property is located in Lumberton Township, but a small portion is in Medford Township. Creeks can be found at Golden Pheasant GC. The Rancocas Creek borders the course’s west side, and “Little Creek” cuts right through it. Eleven holes feature elevation changes that create a variety of lies.
Renovations have occurred throughout Golden Pheasant’s history. The first three holes underwent alterations in the late 1960s/early 70s. The current clubhouse was built in 1972. Golden Pheasant changed its final nine holes in the early 1990s to alleviate congestion between Nos. 13, 14 and 16. In the process, the 13th green and 16th were relocated.
In 2001, the Cave family purchased Golden Pheasant GC from its founding owners, Carmen Capri, Harry DeRidder and Charles Lepre. Since then, more renovations have taken place. They include full renovations of the men’s and women’s locker rooms, reconstruction of the No. 9 and No. 18 tees, renovation of the retaining wall on the No. 12 tee, and the addition of bunkers to the golf course. In addition to the course itself, Golden Pheasant offers furnished locker rooms, pro shop, small practice area and a restaurant with a banquet facility. The club is semi-private with available memberships. James Bergen is the head professional.
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