With all three nines carved through the naturally undulating landscape of the New Jersey Pine Barrens, the 27-hole layout at Little Mill Country Club enjoys genuine peace and tranquility.
Garrett J. Renn (superintendent of Philadelphia's municipal golf courses) sadly died in a car crash in 1968 before he was able to see his completed design at Little Mill (now the Blue and White nines). David Gordon later added a third nine (the Red) before Brian Ault performed a renovation in the early '80s.
Little Mill is a very nice 27 hole complex in south NJ. My son is a member here. The course attracts many of the best players in SNJ. Three years ago the club won the GAP championship which all of the top clubs in the Philly area play in. A view to the course doesn't per se point to it being a club which should attract great amateur players. In the GAP matches though many visiting players are humiliated by Little Mill. It's somewhat long, somewhat tight and demands a creative short game. It's not the type of course you dream about. There are no special views. There isn't any exceptionally memorable holes. There is just hole after hole of pure golf with no pushovers. Conditioning is very good. The staff is very accommodating. If you get an invite take it.