King's Grant, a Marlton, New Jersey, housing community, is the setting for The Links Golf Club. The golf course was first played in 1976, and for the next six or seven years remained open to the public. In 1981 it was converted it into a private facility.
England’s Frederick W. Hawtree designed the eighteen holes.
Members and Guests are expected to dress in good taste and to exercise sound judgment in dress and conduct.
Golf attire such as that sold in the Pro Shop is permitted at all times. Articles of clothing not allowed: bathing suits, tank tops, gym/athletic shorts, jeans(denim), halter tops, tube tops, ladies bottoms shorter than 16 inches in total length, cargo shorts (no exterior pockets).
Additionally, all shirts must be tucked in (ladies tailored waist length golf shirts need not be tucked in). Mock shirts both long and short sleeve are permissible provided that the collar be at least an inch thick.
FOOTWEAR: No metal spikes allowed.
No Non-player guests allowed.
Cancellation Policy: 72 Hours