The five best golf courses you can play in New Jersey

Golf and travel expert Matt Ginella has compiled the best public courses in the state of New Jersey.

Spanning from Atlantic City to the New York City metro area, the courses range from classic country clubs to links-inspired, as well as one that pays homage to the Golden Age of golf course architecture.

Ginella shared them this morning on Golf Channel's Morning Drive.

Video: Ginella's Top 5 golf courses to play in New Jersey

1. Ballyowen Golf Club at Crystal Springs Resort
2. Neshanic Valley Golf Course
3. Atlantic City Country Club
4. The Architects Golf Club
5. Twisted Dune Golf Club

Have any other favorite courses to play in New Jersey? Share them in the comments below.

Matt Ginella is Golf Advisor's Editor-at-Large and host of Golf Advisor Round Trip travel series on Golf Channel. Matt serves as resident buddy trip expert and captains a collection of VIP trips called Golf Advisor Getaways.
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