New Jersey Featured Golf Courses

Meadows Golf Course in Lincoln Park, NJ

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Meadows Golf Course in Lincoln Park offers a casual and enjoyable round for players of all skill levels. For more of a challenge, golfers can try the blue tees while the white and the red tees are more forgiving of errant shots. The course sprawls across mostly flat terrain but there are a few subtly elevated greens to contend with. The layout is situated amidst native wetlands, which come into play on many of the holes.

The Bay Course at Seaview in Absecon, NJ

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The Seaview Resort in Absecon sprawls across 670 acres of southern New Jersey pinelands. The resort is home to two of the oldest golf courses in New Jersey, which were both opened in 1914. The Bay Course is the better known of the two. It has a classic layout that has retained the traditional features of when it was first built.

Mays Landing Golf Club in Mays Landing, NJ

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Mays Landing Golf Club, which is just a few minutes from Atlantic City, is considered the best value in the area. Routed through Atlantic County's pinelands, the course is both scenic and challenging. Strategically placed bunkers also come into play as well as the occasional water hazard.

Minerals Golf Club in Vernon, NJ

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Minerals Golf Club is one of seven courses offered by Crystal Springs Resort, which includes Ballyowen -- the top rated course in New Jersey and Crystal Springs, which is ranked as one of the 50 toughest courses in the country. This Robert Trent Jones-designed layout has ranked in the top 12 short courses in the country and it is known locally as the best nine-hole golf course in the area.

Sea Oaks Golf Club in Little Egg Harbor, NJ

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Sea Oaks Golf Club in Little Egg Harbor sprawls across the pine barrens of southern New Jersey. The layout incorporates the distinctly New Jersey features of the landscape including windswept sand and towering pines and oaks.

White/Blue at Ramblewood Country Club in Mount Laurel, NJ

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Ramblewood Country Club is one of the Delaware Valley's must-play golf destinations. The club offers 27 holes of championship golf, which means there are three different 18-hole combinations to choose from. The holes are divided into the Red, White, and Blue nines. The White/Blue Course begins with one of the original nines.

White Oaks Country Club in Newfield, NJ

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White Oaks Country Club is carved from the mature pinelands of Newfield in south Jersey. Towering oak trees frame the golf course, separating each hole and giving each one a secluded feel. There are several challenges in store on this layout including massive strategically placed bunkers and water hazards, but it is also forgiving enough to accommodate beginners.

Vineyard Golf at Renault Winery in Egg Harbor Township, NJ

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Vineyard Golf at Renault Winery wanders through beautiful orchards and vineyards, forming the centerpiece of the 225-acre resort. It epitomizes the unique beauty of the south New Jersey pinelands. The design of the golf course is characterized by its angularity. There are a variety of options off the tee and on approaches, allowing for many risk-reward scenarios.

Harkers Hollow Golf & Country Club in Phillipsburg, NJ

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Nestled in the hills of Scotts Mountain, Harkers Hollow Golf & Country Club was carved from a sloping hillside, giving it a challenging terrain with plenty of elevation changes. Opened in 1929, the golf course has a classic layout designed by Robert White, the first president of the PGA of America. Although it is a seemingly mild 6,551 yards from the back tees, the course plays much longer and harder thanks to the undulating terrain.

The Architects Golf Club in Phillipsburg, NJ

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The Architects Golf Club is a unique layout that honors legendary course designers including Donald Ross, A.W. Tillinghast, and Alistair Mackenzie. Each hole is named after a famous designer, beginning with Old Tom Morris.

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