Crystal Springs Resort, NJ

Hidden by the beauty of the Kittatinny Mountains of New Jersey is the emphasized lay out of a paradise golf destination. Crystal Springs known for its accessibility and availability in New Jersey as the seven championship courses are accessible in a five mile radius. A golf academy and PGA certified instructors are available in this pleasing golf environment.

The resort offers a diverse range of dining restaurants as well as cafes, bistros, indoor and outdoor pools, acclaimed spas and wonderfully exciting parks. Crystal Springs Resort is a good place to book your discount golf vacation package you have been craving in New Jersey. The location features famous courses like the Ballyowen, Blackbear and Crystal Springs.


Conde Nast's Golf World Magazine named the Ballyowen Golf Club as one of the Top 50 Public Courses in the US. Masterfully sculpted out of the local landscape by the golf course architect Roger Rulewich, Ballyowen is situated two hundred and fifty vast acres on top of a plateau. Virtually treeless, the place is surrounded by rolling farmland and craggy knolls.

The Links style of layout is very Celtic-like in its characteristics. Verdant fairways make the surrounding golf holes vanish every time the golfer moves from one fairway to the other.

Black Bear

Opened in July of 1996, the golf course has experienced tremendous popularity ever since. The course boasts a 6,673-yard layout designed by the famous developer Jack Kurlander and David Glenz who is the PGA “Teacher of the Year”. Black Bear is an enticing place for an intriguing golf vacation as it is the National Headquarters of the David Glenz Golf Academy and a teeing area of 100,000 square feet of natural grass.

Great Gorge

The George Fazio design is a golfing paradise for the avid player. The Great Gorge offers a truly exceptional challenge for veteran and amateur players as it was taken over in 2004 by the Crystal Springs Resort. The change of management has made an outstanding golf experience as the Great Gorge has enhanced the playing of the vacationist golfers. The classic style of the golf course has continued to earn distinct awards and popularity through the years.

Wild Turkey

This golf course became Crystal Spring Resort's second Roger Rulewich design which became a magnificent encore after Rulewich's award winning Ballyowen course. Wild Turkey's topography can be easily defined as a basin and ridge which is located near Crystal Springs Golf Club. As it may be easy to classify Wild Turkey and its sister course, the uniquely designed golf course stands on its own merit at it was name one of New Jersey's Top New Public Courses.

Sharing much in common with Crystal Spring's signature hole although the 7th is forced to be carried over to a quarry lake which protects an intimidating target. Wild Turkey may easily be compared with Ballyowen and Crystal Springs yet the multiple tee locations, generously wide fairways and the moderately spread of the greens make it a challenging experience even for the skilled players.

Crystal Springs

Recognized as the finest golfing facilities in the North Eastern United States of America, Crystal Springs Golf Resort opened in 1992 and was among the Top 25 new golf courses by Golf Digest Magazine. Crystal Springs has always been ranked in the Top 10 year after year since it was built. It was also ranked as the Best Public Course Layout by the Jersey Golfer.

The layout is considered as the most challenging golf course in New Jersey. Measuring just a 6,800, the distinct characteristics of the golf course can be attributed to the famous designer Robert von Hagge. Recognized to be one of the top golf designers in America, von Hagge has a traditional trademark of sculpting a mound to frame the greens and fairways. Many natural springs now dot the dot the property as the site filled with water after the limestone quarrying in 1929. Vacationers should book their golf vacation package at Crystal Springs as it is the most famous golf club in New Jersey.


The Cascades Golf Course is currently expanding the 108 holes to a more challenging 117 holes. Designed by the renowned Roger Rulewich, the course which approximately measures 3,600 yards was more of the earthwork to create a natural looking landscape. The layout design stresses playability and that the junior tees makes golfing more fun to the beginners.

Minerals Golf Center

This Robert Trent Jones design executes a perfect layout for the advanced players. The spectacular mountainside layout that measures over 2,305 yards is perfect for challenging and exciting rounds of golf. The 9-hole facility of Minerals Golf Center that plays up to 2,305 yards features the unique scenic golf at the base of Hamburg Mountain. It was also cited by Golf Range Magazine as one of the “Top 12 Courses in America.”

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