Harbor Pines Golf Club - clubhouse.
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Harbor Pines Golf Club - clubhouse.
Harbor Pines Golf Club is a Certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary. Oleg Volovik/Golf Advisor
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Harbor Pines Golf Club - 5th hole
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Harbor Pines Golf Club - 5th hole
This long par 4 at Harbor Pines Golf Club is a challenge even for good players. Water runs along the right side to the steeply sloped green from back to front. Oleg Volovik/Golf Advisor
Harbor Pines Golf Club - 7th hole
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Harbor Pines Golf Club - 7th hole
There are two water hazards along the right side of the fairway on Harbor Pines Golf Club seventh hole. Oleg Volovik/Golf Advisor
Harbor Pines Golf Club - 8th hole
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Harbor Pines Golf Club - 8th hole
The par-3 eight at Harbor Pines Golf Club is not easy to play. An extremely deep green is very well protected by five sand bunkers. Oleg Volovik/Golf Advisor
Harbor Pines Golf Club - hole 8
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Harbor Pines Golf Club - hole 8
Avoid the sand on Harbor Pines Golf Club's eighth hole. Oleg Volovik/Golf Advisor
Harbor Pines Golf Club - 9th hole
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Harbor Pines Golf Club - 9th hole
Nine is Harbor Pine Golf Club's most difficult par 4. Oleg Volovik/Golf Advisor
Harbor Pines Golf Club - no. 9
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Harbor Pines Golf Club - no. 9
Water left and woods right require a high level of accuracy on nine at Harbor Pines Golf Club in Egg Harbor Township, New Jersey. Oleg Volovik/Golf Advisor
Harbor Pines Golf Club - putting green
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Harbor Pines Golf Club - putting green
Harbor Pines Golf Club has a large putting green, located just next to the clubhouse. Oleg Volovik/Golf Advisor
Harbor Pines GC - putting green
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Harbor Pines GC - putting green
The end of the day is a great time to enjoy conversation with friends at Harbor Pines Golf Club. Oleg Volovik/Golf Advisor
Harbor Pines Golf Club - 12th hole
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Harbor Pines Golf Club - 12th hole
If you are not really confident with your driver on 12 at Harbor Pines Golf Club, you might consider having a ball retriever in your bag. Oleg Volovik/Golf Advisor
Harbor Pines Golf Club - 16th hole
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Harbor Pines Golf Club - 16th hole
Although visually spectacular, dangerous bunkering defines 16 at Harbor Pines Golf Club, a challenging par 4. Oleg Volovik/Golf Advisor
Harbor Pines Golf Club - 18th hole
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Harbor Pines Golf Club - 18th hole
Avoid the cart path on 18 at Harbor Pines Golf Club near Atlantic City. Oleg Volovik/Golf Advisor
Harbor Pines Golf Club - no. 18
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Harbor Pines Golf Club - no. 18
There is a large sand bunker on the left of the fairway on 18 at Harbor Pines Golf Club in Egg Harbor Township, N.J. Oleg Volovik/Golf Advisor
Harbor Pines Golf Club - hole 18
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Harbor Pines Golf Club - hole 18
Eighteen at Harbor Pines Golf Club is a short par 5 and a great birdie opportunity. Oleg Volovik/Golf Advisor
Harbor Pines golf course - clubhouse.
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Harbor Pines golf course - clubhouse.
Start and finish your round at Harbor Pines Golf Club's clubhouse. Oleg Volovik/Golf Advisor

Harbor Pines Golf Club offers a secluded, peaceful round just south of Atlantic City

EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP, N.J. -- 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. This effort was recognized by Audubon International, which designated Harbor Pines as one of only 16 Certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuaries in New Jersey.

The golf course is straightforward with no gimmicks, offering wide-open fairways and large, undulating greens. There is plenty of room throughout with trees sheltering most of the holes, which makes it feel as though you're playing in an amphitheater.

Seventeen acres of water come into play, but there are only two forced carries. Most of the water hazards run laterally along the fairways to provide a scenic element as well as a fair test. While Harbor Pines Golf Club has several challenges in store, it is not overwhelming for the average golfer. Five sets of tees make it even more accessible.

Born and raised in the former Soviet Union, photographer Oleg Volovik moved to the United States in 1992 and now lives with his wife and two children in Los Angeles. He joined the TravelGolf editorial team in 2010. Originally graduated with a Masters Degree in Civil Engineering he continued to dedicate his time and energy to his passion for visual arts and photography. Oleg has extensive experience in fine arts, fashion, event, architecture and journalistic photography. His work has been exhibited in Los Angeles, Las Vegas and Moscow, where he also taught a master class, sponsored by Hewlett-Packard, in April 2007. He may be a novice golfer, but Oleg always wears a white leather glove during photo sessions. "Golf photography is my own 'game' with the beauty of nature and human creativity.
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