Crumpin-Fox Club was conceived in 1969 as the “Field of Dreams” of David Berleson, who engaged the services of Roger Rulewich of Robert Trent Jones, Inc. to locate a site that would accommodate a Pine Valley-type golf course.
Under the direction of Roger, the front nine holes were built along with extensive renovations to the existing back nine holes, the driving range, and the irrigation system. Bent grass fairways were planted and the course opened in June of 1990.
Our continuing goal is to provide an enjoyable and challenging golf experience and promote the values of the game of golf.
The “Zeke” of legend was actually a stray pup who decided to make his home at the golf course back in May 1991. He ultimately became the beloved family dog of Bill and Beth Sandri and the restaurant that bears his name has been the mainstay of the 19th hole at Crumpin- Fox Club for over 25 years.
Over the years, Zeke’s Grill has specialized in keeping it simple and doing comfort food right. Serving up classic pub food sure to please golfers, locals and travelers alike. In 2017, we doubled the size of our outdoor dining area and introduced The After-Deck at Zeke’s as well as an outdoor pavilion for larger groups. No round is complete without a visit to Zeke’s! What better way to end a great day on the course than sipping on a drink and enjoying a meal as you look out on the 18th green? There’s also plenty of room for non-golfers to come up and enjoy the relaxing and friendly atmosphere we provide as well.
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