One of six courses offering a total of 90 holes at the Crystal Springs Golf Resort, the course at Ballyowen Golf Club sits on a 250-acre site with water coming into play at five holes.
In 1931, A.W. Tillinghast was tasked with routing the course at Alpine Country Club over a forested, hilly property close to the Hudson River.
The course at Hackensack Golf Club is a Seth Raynor design that was built by Charles Banks in the late 1920s. Featuring replica Redan, Short and Biarritz holes, the layout has recently been restored by Rees Jones.
The Highlands course grabs the attention at Hamilton Farm Golf Club and the best is kept until last on the front nine as the 559-yard 9th (“Waterjump”) is a wonderful par five that culminates in an approach across a wetland area.
Opened for play in 1992, the ten holes of the Pine Valley Short Course were designed by Tom Fazio and Ernie Ransome to emulate some of the approach shots that golfers will find when playing the main course.
Opened in 2010 at Long Valley and comprising of quality holes, first rate routing and terrain, Black Oak Golf Club was fashioned by former PGA Tour player David Glenz, fulfilling his lifetime goal to design and build a golf course.
Two million cubic yards of soil were shifted when Archie Struthers fashioned the fairways at Twisted Dune Golf Club, transplanting a wee flavour of Scottish links onto the Garden State landscape.
The public course at The Architects Golf Club pays homage to eighteen of the all-time great golf designers - from Old Tom Morris through to Robert Trent Jones Snr - with a hole dedicated to each and every one of them.
Shore Gate Golf Club’s 18-hole course has a pleasing mix of parkland and links-style holes and a fair amount of water to avoid as fairways wind around seven lakes.
The 18-hole New course at Trump National, Bedminster is a Tom Fazio II design and its unveiling in 2008 doubled the number of holes that are available for play at this impressive facility.