Hamburg Golf CoursesAt Crystal Springs Resort in the northernmost part of the state, seven scenic golf courses and three modern lodges are an example of the New Jersey that many are pleasantly surprised to discover. Word is getting out thanks to Ballyowen Golf Club, ranked the best public course in New Jersey. While links-style Ballyowen is the star attraction, Crystal Springs' six other courses offer plenty of diversity.Photo gallery: Crystal Springs Golf Resort in New Jersey features so much more than just seven coursesPlaying golf doesn't have to take center stage for vacation at Crystal Springs Golf Resort in northern New Jersey. You can avoid the resort's seven courses and still have a great time. A stay at the Grand Cascades Lodge will deliver special memories.Photo gallery: It's hard to feel fowl playing the enjoyable Wild Turkey Golf Club at Crystal Springs Golf ResortMany of the best holes at the Wild Turkey Golf Club at Crystal Springs Golf Resort sit in a bowl of land well below the luxurious Grand Cascades Lodge. Architect Roger Rulewich did a great job of taming a unique site with some nice heave and roll to it. It's an open, expansive setting that is both scenic and strategic.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.The Crystal Springs Golf Resort caters to golfers of all ages, interests and budgets. You don't have to look far to find bliss at this unique golf destination tucked deep in northern New Jersey mountains less than 50 miles from New York City, Jason Scott Deegan writes.