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Comment from: Peter [Visitor] Email
Just surfing around today and I came across you spot on Crump as we locals call it. I've played this course a couple of times and it is one of the best courses in New England for many of the reasons you describe. Kind of sorry to see that our local secret is now out there...would rather folks go south to the Ranch (another high end course) and leave the Crump to us!
05/12/09 @ 14:22
Comment from: Kiel Christianson [Visitor] Email
Agreed!

http://www.midatlanticgolf.com/course-reviews/crumpin-fox-club.htm
05/14/09 @ 22:39
Comment from: John [Visitor] Email
I could have written that review. I first played the Crump when she was just a nine holer; and watched it grow into the 18 beauty it is today. I too moved away and still return every year to play this course. There are few courses around the world that conssistently ask of you on ervy hole to hit quality golf shots like the Crump. This is how the people at Bethpage must have felt for years. I fear someday someone will invest the millions to make this gem sparkle though it sparkles well now, and it will be lost to celebrity.
06/18/09 @ 16:33
Comment from: Craig Green [Visitor]
I have found the same kind of pleasure golfing at Pattaya.Thanks to GOlftripz. You'll really love this one!
09/07/09 @ 07:36
Comment from: Paul [Visitor] Email
I've been a regular at the Crump for the past 15 years. However, this past Columbus Day weekend, I was solely disappointed. It is a wonderful layout and always in great condition but on this visit the staff were unfriendly/rude and the round took 6 hours! I feel they are resting on their laurels after getting such high praise and are now close to pricing casual golfers away. While the course deserves positive reviews (challenging, scenic, great condition), it is poor value and now offers poor service. Such a shame !
10/13/10 @ 07:55

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