New Jersey Featured Golf Courses

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.

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.

Colts Neck Golf Club in Colts Neck, NJ

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Colts Neck Golf Club is one of central New Jersey's most popular courses. The diverse course offers everything from Scottish-style bunkers to sparkling lakes. Tall golden fescue rough borders the fairways and the greens are large and undulating.

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.

SkyView Golf Club in Sparta, NJ

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Skyview Golf Club in Sparta weaves through a series of stone outcroppings and intimidating sheer rock cliffs, providing stunning views that stretch across the surrounding valleys. The striking natural terrain is the focal point of the layout.

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.

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.

Bowling Green Golf Club in Oak Ridge, NJ

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Bowling Green Golf Club is in the heart of northern New Jersey, surrounded by miles of idyllic countryside. An abundance of mature oaks and towering red pines characterizes the scenic course. This quick, shady layout is a great round for walkers. The golf course has a classic links design that is easily played in less than four hours.

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.

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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