New Jersey Featured Golf Courses

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.

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.

Indian Spring Golf Club in Marlton, NJ

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Indian Spring Country Club in Evesham is situated right at the heart of the historic town. The golf course is a local favorite that is known for being one of the most affordable rounds in the area. The layout starts with a wide-open front nine that's fairly gentle but don't be fooled, there are more challenges in store on the wooded back nine.

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.

Blue Heron Pines Golf Club in Cologne, NJ

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As its name would suggest, Blue Heron Pines Golf Club plays through stands of towering pines. The trees provide more scenery than intimidation but the golf course offers plenty of other challenges including strategically placed traps and enormous water hazards.

Cascades Golf Course in Hamburg, NJ

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Cascades Golf Club is one of two nine-hole courses offered by Crystal Springs Resort, which offers four other courses. Cascades is the newest of all the courses. It was designed by Roger Rulewich, who designed two of the resort's most popular golf courses, Ballyowen and Wild Turkey.

Hillsborough Country Club in Hillsborough, NJ

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Hillsborough Country Club is tucked away amongst the foothills of the Sourland Mountains. The golf course overlooks the beautiful Amwell Valley, sprawling across lush rolling hills gently sprinkled with mature trees. The par-70 layout is player friendly enough for all skill levels, it is even gentle enough for beginners.

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.

Mattawang Golf Club in Belle Mead, NJ

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Mattawang Golf Club has changed very little since it first opened in 1960. The traditional layout has withstood the test of time as a challenging but playable layout. The course was designed to blend seamlessly into the natural setting while still testing your shot-making skills.

Old Orchard Country Club in Eatontown, NJ

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Opened in 1929, Old Orchard Country Club has a classic design with challenges that stand up to modern golf courses. Throughout the course, you'll see traces of the site's former use as a farm. Ancient apple trees from the original orchard frame many of the holes.

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