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New Jersey

Great golf to go with an exceptional experience.
Great golf to go with an exceptional experience.

Stone Harbor Golf Club

Pros: Great Course, Clubhouse and service. Nice range and practice area with seperate tees.

Cons: A little pricey and can't order alcohol unless a member.

Seaview CC
Seaview CC

Seaview CC

Pros: Two totally different courses, great condition, great service, decent prices

Cons: Bugs during certain times of the year

Short but enjoyable
Short but enjoyable

Pennsauken Country Club

Pros: well designed and maintained, great club house, friendly staff

Cons: a little pricy, close to busy traffic

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Stone Harbor Golf Club

Stone Harbor Golf Club

“Stone Harbor Golf Club, which is located in Cape May County, NJ is a private golf course. You can play rounds if not a member for around $125-$150 in the peak season. It cost $4,600 per year to be a "full" member. The course has 5 tee boxes with the course tipping out at just under 7000 yards. Its a Par 72 with a course rating of 73.9 and a slope of 139. There are 11 holes with water coming...” --MJK3122

100% Positive Reviews
Seaview CC

Seaview CC

“ The south Jersey shore should be known for more than just casinos and Snookie. The Jersey shore area has a host of wonderful old historic golf courses dating back to the early 1900s. They are Brigantine Golf Links, Atlantic City CC, Linwood CC, and my home course, Seaview CC.    Seaview CC is a true throwback in almost every way. The large hotel maintains the decor and...” --dak4n6

100% Positive Reviews
Pennsauken Country Club

Pennsauken Country Club

“ This is a fun little course, well laid out and challenging at times. I've played here once and will go back regularly... thinking about getting a membership as it is very fairly priced. Aside from the membership though, the price is a little steep for weekdays and non busy times until super twilight.    This course is owned by the township which means profits go toward the...” --divot dave

100% Positive Reviews
Golden Pheasant Country Club

Golden Pheasant Country Club

“ this is a great and relaxing course to play if you're in the area. The greens are well kept and the fairways are no different. It has a fairly challenging design and rewards smart course management. While you're here, you're not concerned with much other than the golf experience. People are friendly from the moment you walk in the door to the course to the bar. Food is great and you leave...” --divot dave

100% Positive Reviews
Riverwinds Golf Club

Riverwinds Golf Club

“ This is a course that wants to be more than it is. Its professionally maintained, with a courteous staff for the most part, and beautiful scenery, but that's where the compliments end. Some of the more obnoxious aspects of my trip there were the fact that the entire 18 holes is separate from the pro shop and any form of food and refreshment save the beer chick. So there really is no "turn",...” --divot dave

0% Positive Reviews
Neshanic Valley Golf Course

Neshanic Valley Golf Course

“ Course is simply gorgeous for a public course.  Love playing there.   ” --mtnbiker5

100% Positive Reviews
Gambler Ridge Golf Club

Gambler Ridge Golf Club

From Northern New Jersey: NJ Turnpike to Exit 7A. Proceed East on 195 to Exit 16A to Route 537 West and Great Adventure. Make right off exit and go past Great Adventure to traffic light (Approx. 5 miles). At the traffic light make a right onto 539 North. Go 2.2 Miles and make a right onto Burlington Path Road. (Cream Ridge Professional Center will be on the corner). The Club is down a...

Hillsborough Golf and Country Club

Hillsborough Golf and Country Club

Directions From North Jersey Route 287 South to Somerville, 206 South, follow directions from Somerville. From NYC Route 78 West to 287 South to Somerville, 206 South, follow directions from Somerville. From Staten Island Outerbridge to Routes 440-287 North, exit left Route 22 West, exit 202/206 South, follow directions from Somerville. From Somerville Route 206 South 5.6 miles...

Rossmoor Golf Club

Rossmoor Golf Club

Rossmoor is located in Middlesex County, New Jersey, midway on a diagonal line extending from Newark to Trenton. From the New Jersey Turnpike (either from the north or the south) get off at Exit 8A marked Cranbury/Jamesburg. After the toll, bear left and take the Rt-32E ramp toward JAMESBURG / MONROE. This becomes Forsgate Drive East. Exactly 6/10 of a mile from where the exit ramp connects...

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