New Jersey Featured Golf Courses

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.

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.

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.

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.

Spooky Brook Golf Course in Somerset, NJ

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Spooky Brook Golf Course in Somerset is a player-friendly course that is perfect for beginners. It offers just enough of a challenge but it still allows you some room for error.

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.

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.

Avalon Golf Club in Cape May Court House, NJ

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The 18-hole Avalon Golf Club in Cape May Court House, NJ is a semi-private golf course that opened in 1971. Designed by Bob Hendricks, Avalon Golf Club measures 6325 yards from the longest tees and has a slope rating of 122 and a 70.

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.

The Pines Course at Seaview in Absecon, NJ

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The Pines Course is one of two courses offered at Seaview Resort in Absecon. The two courses, the Pines and the Bay, are two of New Jersey's oldest. The Pines Course is the lesser known of the two but it is just as demanding.

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