New Jersey Featured Golf Courses

Meadow/Ridge at Neshanic Valley Golf Course in Neshanic Station, NJ

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Neshanic Valley Golf Course is a 27-hole layout that was designed by the renowned team of Michael Hurdzan and Dana Fry. The course is divided into three nines that can be played in different 18-hole combinations. On the Meadow/Ridge Course you'll find ample fescue along the fairways and greens. The greens are especially tricky since not only are they framed by massive bunkers, the putting surfaces are also contoured.

Ballyowen Golf Club in Hamburg, NJ

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Ballyowen Golf Club is an homage to the great Scottish links courses, the place where golf originated. The course sprawls across 250 acres of rolling farmland that overlooks the Walkill River. The layout tumbles through valleys and hills, staying as true as possible to the natural contours of the land.

Ridge Course at Eagle Ridge Golf Club in Lakewood, NJ

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Eagle Ridge Golf Club in Lakewood offers 27 holes of championship golf that are divided into three nine-hole courses: the Pines, Links, and Ridge. They are played in three different 18-hole combinations that may share the same pinelands feel throughout but each course offers a unique set of challenges. The scenic Ridge nine is covered with rolling bluffs and towering, mature pines.

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.

Quail Brook Golf Course in Somerset, NJ

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Quail Brook Golf Course in Somerset is one of central New Jersey's top public courses. The challenging design is a favorite amongst local golfers. The layout has a diverse mix of holes, some of which are spacious and wide-open and others that are rolling and tight.

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.

Brigantine Golf Links in Brigantine, NJ

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Brigantine Golf Links is the closest golf course to Atlantic City. Located on Brigantine, a barrier island, just over the bridge from the course lie the famous Atlantic City boardwalk and all of its casinos. The design brings a taste of traditional Scottish links to the Jersey Shore.

Warrenbrook Golf Course in Warren, NJ

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Warrenbrook Golf Course is one of five courses operated by the Somerset County Park Commission. Although it is a seemingly mild 6,372 yards from the back tees, don't let the yardage fool you. This course is a formidable test.

Green Knoll Golf Course in Bridgewater, NJ

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Green Knoll Golf Course in Bridgewater Township has a varied terrain that provides a unique character to the course. The course sprawls across gently rolling hills dappled with mature trees. Much of the course's challenges are a result of the tricky contours. Some of the elevation changes are dramatic but there are also some subtle ones, which can be just as tricky.

Darlington Golf Course in Mahwah, NJ

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The 18-hole Darlington Golf Course in Mahwah, NJ is a public golf course that opened in 1979. Designed by Nicholas Psiahas, Darlington Golf Course measures 6809 yards from the longest tees and has a slope rating of 138 and a 73.7 USGA rating. The course features 4 sets of tees for different skill levels.

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