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Relax in gorgeous surroundings and perfect your putting skills at award-winning golf courses in New Jersey. Golfers can choose from over 150 facilities designed to delight all skill levels from beginner to professional. Pine Valley Golf Club in Clementon is consistently ranked one of the top courses in the country, but you’ll need an invitation from a member to play the lush fairways. Other highly rated courses include Ridgewood, Galloway National, Hidden Creek, and Baltusrol.
Robert Trent Jones designed Crystal Springs Golf and Spa Resort in Hamburg and it rewards players with incredible views. The Architects Golf Club in Phillipsburg is a public course that will challenge even exceptionally experienced players. New Jersey’s only legacy course incorporates 70 years of golf course design and provides golfers with a history lesson as they make their way around the tees.
Twisted Dune Golf Club in Egg Harbor lives up to its name. Featuring a winding landscape and steep elevations, the links style course has over 100 deep traps and bunkers. The United States Golf Association is headquartered in Far Hills. See golf artifacts and memorabilia at the USGA Museum and Arnold Palmer Center for Golf History.
On your next visit to New Jersey, be sure to bring your clubs along for the ride. You'll want to book a tee time at the Pine Valley Golf Club, an exceptional course found just north of Williamstown in the Delaware River region. In 2015, Pine Valley Golf Club was ranked number one on the list of top U.S. golf course by Golf Magazine.
Opened in 1918, Pine Valley Golf Club features the standard 18 holes – but this course is far from standard. Lush, well-manicured fairways, greens that run like marble floor, and a host of pleasant accommodations make playing the course a dream come true. It is a private course, so you'll need a member invitation.