New Jersey Golf Courses and Resorts was the obvious place for me to begin my coverage of Golf Travel in the Northeastern United States, for many reasons. First, it’s close enough to New York to provide outing as short as one night to full-blown vacations of a week or more. Beyond golf, however (as if), New Jersey Golf Courses and Resorts offer a full catalog of amenities to make them attractive to families, groups and corporate organizations.
The golf courses are as varied as they are numerous. From tiny, nine-holers to the vast resort complexes featuring five or six championship layouts, New Jersey has it all. For instance, Baltusrol Golf Club in Springfield has hosted many national championships. Crystal Springs Golf and Spa Resort in Vernon has seven championship courses, Hominy Hill in Colts Neck has a classic Robert Trent Jones design that makes it one of the best courses in New Jersey. The scenery ranges from flat and uninteresting to mountainous, and you can golf late into the fall when the season is at its peak.
The Golf Courses and Resorts:
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The closest airport (just one hour) is Manhattan and Newark Liberty International Airport. The airport is served by almost all major US airlines and by all international airlines.
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