Springdale Golf Club was formed in 1895 adjacent to the campus of Princeton University. Along with residents of the area, the club's roster includes administrators, faculty, and students of the university, which has had a collaborative relationship with the club for more than 120 years.
With a focus on enjoying the simple pleasures of a great round of golf and connecting with family and friends, members have exclusive access to an 18-hole golf course that is available at all times for both walking and cart play. Known for its superior conditions and playability, the course was designed in 1915 by Gerard Lambert and revised by William Flynn in 1926. The par 71 layout has a course rating of 70.5 and slope of 131. Experienced PGA professionals deliver comprehensive instructional programs for men, women, and kids of all ages and skill levels to provide every member an opportunity to connect with the game. The members of Springdale Golf Club are proud to provide the home course for the Princeton University Men's and Women's golf teams.
Fantastic dining options, social programs, and uniquely themed events complete the experience offered at the clubhouse, which also features a well-equipped pro shop and locker room facilities.