New Jersey Featured Golf Courses

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

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Great Gorge County Club boasts three unique nines: Lakeside, Quarryside, and Railside; that are played in three different 18-hole combinations. Opened in 1970, the club has garnered quite a reputation over the years for being one of New Jersey's best public golf courses. The Lakeside/Quarryside combination puts together the nine with the most water and the most demanding nine.

Wild Turkey Golf Club in Hamburg, NJ

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Wild Turkey Golf Club is one of New Jersey's top public courses. It is part of the Crystal Springs Resort, which offers six other courses including the popular Ballyowen and Crystal Springs golf courses. Wild Turkey combines characteristics from both.

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.

White/Blue at Ramblewood Country Club in Mount Laurel, NJ

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Ramblewood Country Club is one of the Delaware Valley's must-play golf destinations. The club offers 27 holes of championship golf, which means there are three different 18-hole combinations to choose from. The holes are divided into the Red, White, and Blue nines. The White/Blue Course begins with one of the original nines.

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.

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.

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.

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.

White/Red at Ramblewood Country Club in Mount Laurel, NJ

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Ramblewood Country Club is one of the Delaware Valley's most popular golfing destinations. There are 27 holes of championship golf available, which are divided into three nines called the Red, White, and Blue. The White/Red golf course is the original 18 holes when the club first opened in 1962.

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.

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