About Baltusrol and Directions
With a rich heritage that dates back to 1895, Baltusrol is considered one of the country's premier private golf clubs. Its two championship courses, the Lower and Upper, have played distinguished roles on the national golf stage since their creation by Golden Age architect A.W. Tillinghast. Together the courses have hosted 16 national golf championships and, in 2016, will host the PGA Championship for a second time since 2005. Click here to learn more.
Baltusrol Golf Club
Springfield, New Jersey 07081
From NYC, take any bridge or tunnel to New Jersey Turnpike. Follow instructions below.
From New Jersey Turnpike, take Exit 14 to Route 78 West. Take Exit 48 turn-off to Route 24 and take first Exit, marked “Springfield, Summit, and Milburn.” Follow ramp to right onto Broad Street, cross over highway. Go about a mile and turn left on Orchard Street (top of a hill, church on corner). Follow over Route 78 to entrance to Baltusrol on your right. Go to second entrance to get to the front of the club.
From Garden State Parkway — southbound, take Exit 142 onto Route 78 and follow instructions as above. From Garden State Parkway — northbound, take Exit 138 — Kenilworth. Follow Kenilworth Blvd. west. The road turns north and you will go through a stop light at Route 22. Go to the next light (Hillside Ave.) and turn left. Follow short distance to Mountain Ave. and turn right. Follow less than a mile to intersection of Shunpike Road and turn left. Entrance to Baltusrol will be on your left.