New Jersey Featured Golf Courses

Black Bear Golf Club in Franklin, NJ

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Black Bear Golf Club is part of the Crystal Springs Resort, which offers six other courses, though, it's hard to remember they're connected since they each offer a distinct character and look. Unlike Ballyowen and Crystal springs, two of the resort's most well known courses, Black Bear has more of a parkland layout.

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

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Neshanic Valley Golf Course is a 27-hole layout that sprawls across 420 acres of rolling farmland. It is the flagship course of the five-course Somerset County Park Commission system. The Lake/Ridge Course, as the name would imply, starts out with a few water holes. In addition to the lakes on the front nine, environmentally sensitive wetland areas come into play throughout.

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.

Valley Brook Golf Club in River Vale, NJ

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The 18-hole Valley Brook Golf Club in River Vale, NJ is a public golf course that opened in 1943. Designed by John Handwerg, Jr. , Valley Brook Golf Club measures 6211 yards from the longest tees and has a slope rating of 125 and a 70.

Overpeck Golf Course in Teaneck, NJ

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The 18-hole Overpeck Golf Course in Teaneck, NJ is a public golf course that opened in 1967. Designed by Nicholas Psiahas, Overpeck Golf Course measures 6584 yards from the longest tees and has a slope rating of 125 and a 72.2 USGA rating. The course features 4 sets of tees for different skill levels.

Atlantic City Country Club in Northfield, NJ

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The 18-hole Atlantic City Country Club in Northfield, NJ is a semi-private golf course that opened in 1897. Designed by William S. Flynn, Atlantic City Country Club measures 6577yards from the longest tees and has a slope rating of 133 and a 72.

Harbor Pines Golf Club in Egg Harbor Township, NJ

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A round at Harbor Pines Golf Club in Egg Harbor Township includes more than 17 acres of water and 520 acres of dense pine forests. The layout was carefully carved from the trees, disturbing as few of them as possible, to give many of the holes the feeling of being tucked away.

Orchard Hills Golf Club in Paramus, NJ

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The 9-hole Orchard Hills Golf Club in Paramus, NJ is a public golf course. Orchard Hills Golf Club measures 2776 yards from the longest tees. The course features 2 sets of tees for different skill levels.

River Vale Country Club in River Vale, NJ

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River Vale Country Club sprawls across the gently rolling hills of northeast New Jersey. It has been ranked on Golf Digest's list of "Best Places to Play," but it still manages to remain one of Bergen County's most well kept secrets. You'll hardly ever run into crowds on this golf course.

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.

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