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.

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.

Green Knoll Golf Course in Bridgewater, NJ

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Green Knoll Golf Course in Bridgewater Township has a varied terrain that provides a unique character to the course. The course sprawls across gently rolling hills dappled with mature trees. Much of the course's challenges are a result of the tricky contours. Some of the elevation changes are dramatic but there are also some subtle ones, which can be just as tricky.

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.

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.

Cranbury Golf Club in West Windsor, NJ

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The 18-hole Cranbury Golf Club in West Windsor, NJ is a semi-private golf course that opened in 1964. Cranbury Golf Club measures 6265 yards from the longest tees and has a slope rating of 122 and a 69.5 USGA rating. The course features 3 sets of tees for different skill levels.

Apple Mountain Golf & Country Club in Belvidere, NJ

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Situated midway between Belvidere and Oxford, Apple Mountain Golf & Country Club has been recognized as one of New Jersey's must-play courses. The course was built on an apple orchard, providing fragrant apple blossoms in the spring and colorful foliage in the fall. The unique design was built on a hillside, which in itself presents many challenges to golfers.

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.

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.

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.

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