Real Time Green Fee Reservations & Golf Tee Times in New Jersey
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Popular Golf Courses in New Jersey
Sand Barrens Golf Club Swainton
From the very first tee at Sand Barrens Golf Club in Swainton, N.J., you'll understand what all the accolades showered on this extraordinary course really represent to you as a golfer.
Mays Landing Golf & Country Club Mays Landing
A picturesque, challenging and supremely conditioned course with impeccable service, excellent conditions and affordable green fees in keeping with his commitment to making the game accessible to all.
Shore Gate Golf Club Ocean View
Located in the heart of Cape May County between Atlantic City and Cape May lies the beautiful new Shore Gate Golf Club, a par 72 premiere championship golf course. Not far from the beaches and casinos!
Twisted Dune Golf Club Egg Harbor Township
Twisted Dune is a first class links even though it's not on the ocean. Laid out through rolling sand dunes and almost devoid of trees it's easy to forget you are just minutes away from the action in Atlantic City.
Seaview Golf Resort - The Bay Course Galloway
The Bay course, covering nearly 6,300 wind swept yards, is the best known of the two courses. The Bay course played host to the 1942 PGA Championship. It was during the 1942 PGA Championship that Sam Snead won his first major championship. The Bay, opened in 1914, is a textbook Donald Ross seaside course, running along Reed’s Bay, which means it has a Scottish feel.
The Pines is more a traditional American layout carved out of the Jersey pines. Each hole is tree-lined and requires precisely struck irons and long tee shots. Designed by Toomey & Flynn and opened in 1929, the Pines course stretches nearly 6,800 yards.
McCulloughs Emerald Golf Links Egg Harbor Township
Welcome to McCullough's Emerald Golf Links, New Jersey Shore's most unique public championship golf course! Combining the traditions and features of both old and new, McCullough's presents players a distinctly different Irish-Scottish golfing experience.
Rancocas Golf Club Willingboro
Rancocas Golf Club is a challenging layout that was designed by Robert Trent Jones Sr. Named after a local American Indian tribe, this Robert Trent Jones Sr. design strives to maintain its natural surroundings. With meticulously manicured fairways and fast, smooth greens, it's easy to see how this 18 hole facility ranks as one of the top public courses in South Jersey.
Ramblewood Country Club Mount Laurel
Ramblewood Country Club in Mount Laurel offers a renowned and challenging 27-hole parland-style championship golf course where you'll put your woods and irons to the test. The three nines make three eighteen hole combinations that will please you. The Red and White course are fairly similar as they were both built on pasture land and opened in 1962.
Vineyard Golf at Renault Resort Egg Harbor City
The 18-hole "Vineyard Golf" course at the Vineyard Golf At Renault facility in Egg Harbor City, New Jersey features 7,213 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72 . The course rating is 70.2 and it has a slope rating of 123.
High Bridge Hills Golf Club High Bridge
Bidston is renowned throughout the North West as a friendly and welcoming Golf Club and we pride ourselves on the condition of our Golf Course and regularly receive commendations from visitors on its condition, and in particular the Greens. The cours...
Royce Brook Golf Club Hillsborough
Dunston Hall's USGA specification golf course is a golfer's paradise and offers a varied game to players of all levels. Take an early tee time to experience an invigorating and brisk Norfolk morning, or play into the late afternoon, with the sun sinking behind the wooded fairways