New Jersey Golf Information
New Jersey golf has to offer and you will agree-it is on a par with the best
in the U.S.. Many of the golfing terms and equipment used today originated
in New Jersey.
New Jersey is broadly divided into three geographic regions: North Jersey, Central Jersey,
and South Jersey. North Jersey lies within New York City's general sphere of influence
(i.e. largely within the New York metropolitan area), and many residents commute to the city
to work. Central Jersey is a largely suburban area. South Jersey is within Philadelphia,
Pennsylvania's general sphere of influence, and most of it is included in the Delaware Valley.
Such geographic definitions are loosely defined, however, and there is often dispute over where
one region begins and another ends. Some people do not consider Central Jersey to exist at all,
but most believe it is a separate geographic and cultural area from the North and South.
We have broken New Jersey down into 4 top golf regions, Atlantic City Golf Courses, Jersey Shore Golf Courses, Newark Golf Courses and Trenton Golf Courses.
Use our New Jersey Public Golf Course Directory to find information on the Top Public Golf
Courses New Jersey has to offer. Our directory provides course descriptions, course features,
phone numbers, directions, pictures and directs links to the individual golf course websites.