Why New Jersey National Golf Club?

Why New Jersey National Golf Club?

New Jersey National is a premier private golf club nestled in the lush meadows of the Watchung Mountains. Our club boasts 18-holes of Championship Golf and the casually elegant Red Oak Grille restaurant, while also serving as the perfect public venue to host parties and special events for all occasions. Click the map to view the Aerial Tour.

How many golf courses are in New Jersey?

Whack Some Balls On New Jersey’s Pristine Golf CoursesThe New Jersey State Golf Association counts among its members close to 300 golf clubs and courses, so there’s plenty to choose from in the state known more for Tony the Tiger Soprano than Eldrick Tiger Woods.

Where’s the best public golf in New Jersey?

Good luck getting on there. More likely, you can find satisfaction at a public Jersey course like Hominy Hill, billed by the state of NJ as "the crown jewel of the Monmouth County Park System’s golf courses. . . a classic Robert Trent Jones design (which) is often rated as New Jersey’s #1 public golf course.

Is New Jersey the Garden State of golf?

First claimed by the Dutch and then commandeered by the English, New Jersey, or The Garden State, lives up to its “Liberty and Prosperity” motto these days. Essex County Country Club was inaugurated way back in 1887 but it took almost thirty years before A.W. Tillinghast laid out a golf course for the members’ enjoyment.