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Crystal Springs Golf Club
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Crystal Springs Golf Club

123 Crystal Springs Rd, Hardyston,New Jersey,07419
Type: Semi-Private, open to the public
No. Holes: 18
Detailed description
Crystal Springs Golf Club is an 18-hole semi-private golf course located in Hardyston, New Jersey.

The Crystal Springs golf course first opened for play in 1991. The course was designed by Robert von Hagge. One of the hallmarks of a von Hagge course is sculpted mounds that frame the fairways and greens … giving definition to each hole while adding an intense contrast of color between the fairways and roughs.

Crystal Springs Golf Club is located on land that formerly was a limestone quarry. When operations ceased in 1929, the site filled with water, forming the many natural springs that now dot the property. The clear waters seen at what is now the 10th hole prompted the naming of the community, the golf course, and, ultimately, the Crystal Springs Resort.

Crystal Springs Golf Club is recognized as one of the finest golf facilities in the northeastern United States. When Crystal Springs opened in 1992, it was rated among the top 25 new golf courses in America by Golf Digest Magazine. The Jersey Golfer named Crystal Springs "The Best Public Golf Course" in New Jersey in its ranking of the state's best layouts. Year after year, Crystal Springs ranks among Golf Digest's top 10 list for public golf courses in New Jersey.

The Crystal Springs golf course measures 6,395 yards from the back tees. This par-72 layout has a course rating of 72.1 with a slope rating of 132.