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The best golf courses in New Jersey, from Crystal Springs to Atlantic City, based on your reviews.
Golf course architects have their hands full when they are given an old garbage dump or "brownfield" to turn into a beautiful green golf course. More than 70 have been built, including Liberty National, site of the 2017 Presidents Cup.
Built in 1914, the Bay Course is original layout at the Seaview hotel in Absecon, N.J. It is a Donald Ross design that is the more well known of Seaview's two courses. It borders Reed's Bay, giving it the feel of a Scottish seaside golf course.
Although it is just a few minutes outside of Atlantic City, Harbor Pines Golf Club is tucked away amongst pristine pinelands, lending a secluded and peaceful atmosphere to your round. Preserving the beautiful natural terrain was a major priority during the construction of the course.
Great Gorge Country Club in McAfee won't win anyone over with first impressions. The golf club, however, has rallied since coming under the management of Crystal Springs Golf Resort in 2004. Great Gorge has embraced its heritage with a retro-themed clubhouse, decorated by psychedelic wallpaper, shag carpet, a disco ball and pinball machine. The staff wears loud 1970s-style plaid pants to greet golfers. It's groovy, man. And there are 27 holes of George Fazio golf to boot.
Ballyowen Golf Club, which ranks second among New Jersey's top public courses, is the headliner of the seven courses at the Crystal Springs Golf Resort in Hamburg. The links theme might feel a bit manufactured for purists, but there's no doubting its pure excellence.
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