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I live in Jersey City, NJ. Looking around my area, I see two golfing options within reasonable driving distance (around 30 - 40 mins) for the up coming season. 

1) Buy a player's card to play in Union county. golf courses include Galloping Hills and Ashbrook

2) Buy a player's card to play in Essex county. Courses include  Weequahic, Francis Byrne and Hendricks Field.

Which player's card should I purchase ? out of the 2 which offers the best bang for the buck.

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6 minutes ago, SavvySwede said:

There is a golf course in Jersey City now. Skyway Golf Course opened not too long ago. Never played it myself, but it would save you a lot of travel.

I have played it. Its an expensive course (for county residents as well) and only 9 holes. I am looking for an 18 hole course I can play on weekends.

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i grew up in Essex County. They all get played alot.. Morris county has alot of courses. Flanders, Farmstead.etc which are played slightly less in my opinion.

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10 hours ago, moadhia said:

1) Buy a player's card to play in Union county. golf courses include Galloping Hills and Ashbrook

I do this. Union county courses get a lot of play, too. Galloping Hill especially can get real slow if you don't tee off before 10 on the weekends, and all the early morning tee times get taken by the 14 day advanced tee time people. I still make it work for me.

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