The State of New Jersey lies within the metropolitan areas of New York and Philadelphia bordered by the Atlantic Ocean in the south and Pennsylvania on the west. Based on geography, the state can be thought of as five regions with the wooded, mountainous, dense water, and an extensively mixed oak and pine forest setting. However, to easily facilitate the state’s tourism sector, it was divided into six distinct regions.
The presence of most celebrated casinos, premium shopping venues, pristine dense water destinations and highly acclaimed golf courses have somehow contributed to the state’s economy. Atlantic City is bursting with ocean and bayside views as well as top-notch golf courses while Crystal Springs Resort on the other hand has the masterfully sculpted layouts designed by distinguished architects.
This East Coast resort community in New Jersey offers various exciting daytime and nightlife activities like dining, shopping, casino, boardwalks, and pure golf action. The undulating pine-bordered fairways of the famous layouts with pristine greens have made Atlantic City one of the best places to play as cited by Golf Digest. Among the renowned courses include the Shore Gate Golf Club with 18 championship holes, Stephen Kay’s Blue Heron Pines which was rated 4 stars by Golf Digest, and the Sand Barrens Golf Club where the greens are seeded with the highest ranked bent grass.
The acclaimed mountain golf destinations of Crystal Springs Resort are nestled in the fascinating Mountains of Kittatinny. Distinguished golf course architects like Fazio, Jones, Rulewich, and Hagge have masterfully sculpted the layouts with groomed fairways and tour quality greens. Courses like the Ballyowen – one of the top public courses in the U.S., the Crystal Springs – one of the finest golf facilities in the northeastern part of the U.S., and the Wild Turkey which was designed by Roger Rulewich.
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