New Jersey Featured Golf Courses

Crystal Springs Golf Club in Hamburg, NJ

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Crystal Springs Golf Club in Hamburg touts a reputation of being not only the most challenging golf course in New Jersey, but also one of the most challenging layouts east of the Mississippi. The site filled with water after its use as a limestone quarry in 1929, which formed the natural springs on the 10th hole that the course is named after.

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.

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

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The 27-hole Neshanic Valley Golf Course is the flagship course of the Somerset County Park Commission system. The renowned design team of Michael Hurdzan and Dana Fry created the course. The Meadow/Lake Course features ample amounts of fescue along both the fairways and greens. If you don't hit straight off the tees, you may find yourself in some trouble. There are cavernous bunkers framing the greens, which are also subtly sloped for even more of a challenge.

Pines Course at Eagle Ridge Golf Club in Lakewood, NJ

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The Pines Course is one of three nine-hole courses at Eagle Ridge Golf Club in Lakewood. The Links and the Ridge are the other two. The courses can be played individually or as three different 18-hole combinations. The Pines Course is named after the mature, tree-covered landscape.

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.

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.

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.

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.

Rail/Lake at Great Gorge Country Club in McAfee, NJ

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Great Gorge Country Club boasts 27 holes of championship golf that are played in three different 18-hole combinations. The three nines: Railside, Lakeside, and Quarryside; are all unique from one another to provide versatility and diversity. The Railside/Quarryside combination is the most scenic course.

Quarry/Rail at Great Gorge Country Club in McAfee, NJ

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There are 27 holes of championship golf available at Great Gorge Country Club. It has become one of New Jersey's most popular public golf courses since opening in 1970. The holes are dived into three unique nines that are played in three 18-hole combinations. The Quarryside nine is the most demanding while the Railside is the most forgiving and it is also the most scenic.

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