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Cherry Valley Country Club
18-Hole (Private) This links-style course is loaded with beautiful scenery. There are water hazards that come into play on several holes, and numerous sand bunkers can affect many of your shots. In addition, there are a few dogleg fairways, so if you can work the ball both ways you'll more than...
 
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Trenton Country Club
18-Hole (Private) This course can be difficult because of all the out-of-bounds stakes lining its holes. The fairways are tree lined, and the greens are well maintained. There are water hazards that come into play on a few holes and sand bunkers spread throughout the course. Guests must be accompanied by...
 
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The South/East Course at Upper Montclair Country Club
27-Hole (Private) This club has three nine hole courses that are played in three eighteen hole combinations. The design of the course was altered in 1956 to accommodate construction of the Garden State Parkway. The fairways are narrow, and the greens are in excellent condition. There are water hazards that come...
 
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Cape May National Golf Club
18-Hole (Semi-private) This links-style course has fast greens and well-bunkered fairways. Water hazards come into play on nine holes. The first twilight rate begins at 2:30 PM, and the second rate begins at 5 PM.
 
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Essex County Country Club
18-Hole (Private) This tree-lined course is located in a beautiful setting on the top of a mountain. The course was built on undulating terrain and has water hazards that come into play on several holes. There are also sand bunkers spread throughout the course. This club was originally founded in 1887...
 
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First Nine Course at Montclair Golf Club
36-Hole (Private) The 13th oldest course in the United States, this club has four excellent nine hole courses, each beginning and ending at the clubhouse. These courses are played in many different combinations. All four courses start at the top of a hill and begin with a downhill tee shot. The...
 
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Old Orchard Country Club(eatontown)
18-Hole (Semi-private) This course has narrow fairways and fast greens. Water comes into play on at least eight holes. The head of this club's greens committee is local legend "Red Winters".
 
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Bay Course at Marriott's Seaview Country Club Resort
36-Hole (Resort) This facility, which was named to "GOLF Magazine's" 1996 list of "Silver Medal Resorts," features two exceptional eighteen hole regulation courses. The Bay Course is a seaside links-style design that features undulating greens. This course has several sand bunkers spread throughout its design, and water hazards come into play...
 
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Blue/Blue Course at Rockleigh Golf Course
27-Hole (Public) This club has twenty-seven holes that are played in two separate course arrangements. The Red/White Course is an eighteen hole layout and the nine hole Blue Course is usually played twice for an eighteen hole round. The Red/White combination has numerous trees and sand bunkers that come into play....
 
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Hollywood Golf Club
18-Hole (Private) This course has fast, undulating greens and well-bunkered fairways. "Golf Digest" rated this as the 7th "Best in State" course for 1995-96, and the 11th best for 1997-98. The signature hole is #4, a 150-yard, par 3, featuring a treacherously-mounded, elevated green accented by a false front.
 
 
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