New Jersey Golf Resorts
New Jersey might be small in stature, but it’s got plenty of stay-and-play golf options, including a few nice golf resorts. Many of Atlantic City’s hotels and casinos offer stay and play packages, but none are really true golf resorts. The state’s largest golf resort, the Crystal Springs Resort, offers multiple places to play, including the highly regarded Wild Turkey and Ballyowen courses. Nearby, Mountain Creek Resort is known as a ski area, although it has added golf with the purchase of the 27-hole Great Gorge from Crystal Springs. Seaview, A Dolce Hotel, has a major championship past, hosting the 1942 PGA Championship, and continues its tournament tradition with an ongoing LPGA Tour event on its scenic Bay course. Sea Oaks Country Club has matured quickly, debuting a Ray Hearn course in 2000 and an inn in 2007. The Renault Winery Resort & Golf offers a sampling of the good life with wine, fine dining and golf.