Golf in Clark


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  • Hyatt Hills Golf Complex
    Hyatt Hills Golf Complex aims to make the game of golf less complicated. The facility exceeds the call of a typical golf venue, incorporating an 18-hole mini golf course, a driving range, and even a restaurant in addition to its nine-hole course. Measuring 3,350 yards from the back tees, the par 36 layout forces players to contend with several shots over water, healthy doses of greenside bunkering, and a pair of long doglegs in holes 2 and 5—both par 5s. Players can also work with Hyatt Hills' roster of PGA professionals for help getting over a scoring hump—a solution that's easier on the conscience than just conveniently forgetting every third stroke.
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    1300 Raritan Rd.
    Clark, NJ US
  • GolfCave
    There can be little doubt that the game of golf is demanding?and not just when it comes to lining up your shots. Getting to the first tee alone requires travel time and cooperative weather, while a full 18-hole round can easily consume half a day or more. The hurdles get even higher on extremely prestigious courses, where greens fees can set you back more than $100 per round. Real golf, of course, can never be replaced, but indoor golf at GolfCave is a pretty worthy substitute. Entire rounds inside the facility's private simulators take an hour or less, since pace-of-play is never affected by slow groups, inclement weather, or mass squirrel migrations. Additionally, golfers can see what it's like to play on 25 world-renowned courses, such as Banff Springs in Canada and Pebble Beach in California.
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    1 Clarkton Drive
    Clark, NJ US
  • SwingPlane Productions
    Jason Blonder is a Certified PGA Class A Golf Professional that works out of Ashbrook Golf Course in Union County, NJ. Jason has been a Golf Instructor at Private Clubs in Miami, New York, and California. Most recently Jason was a Golf Instructor at Stanford University in Palo Alto, CA. He has had the privilege to receive tutelage from Top 100 PGA Instructors such as David Leadbetter, Michael Hebron, David Pelz, Annika Sorenstam, Bob Rotella, Lou Guzzi, and Michael Jacobs. Jason's philosophy on the full swing entitles working first and foremost on solid fundamentals (Grip, Posture / Head Movement, Arm Position, Aim / Alignment, and Impact). From there it is player dependent based on what we see in your swing that can become more effective. The short game philosophy that I teach mainly revolves around David Pelz, and Bob Rotella. The technique is most similar to Phil Mickelson's approach. Short game, especially putting is where you will always find how to consistently shoot in the 70's. Legendary golf instructor Harvey Penick said practice your short game 70 to 75 percent of the time! Consistency in the full swing first starts with solid fundamentals. The 2nd part of my philosophy stems from an impact centric ideology that develops the most effective swing plane for each student. I don't believe in making major swing changes other then helping the student to understand the nature of striking, and how swing plane is controlled. All lessons are instructed on Green Grass weather permitting. Each year I will incorporate the industry's latest tech in instructional methods. 2015 will include the addition of the Ernest Sports Es 14 Launch Monitor, and the M-Tracer from Epson. Having the latest industry tech keeps me improving every year. Technology leads the way to better instruct golf students to better understand their game, and the improvements they will need to make. My passion is to teach golf, and the entire business of golf! I enjoy growing the game, and devote myself to improving the overall golf experience from a PGA Certified Professional. I stay connected to each student through social media to keep in tune with clients exact wants. Follow me on Twitter, Face Book, Instagram, Google Plus, Pinterest, and Linked In. Search Swing Plane Productions for all my social networks. Looking forward to seeing you on the golf course!
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    3 Golf Dr.
    Kenilworth, NJ US
  • Basking Ridge Country Club
    The premier destination for a delicious menu, Basking Ridge Country Club in Basking Ridge is one of the area's highest-rated restaurants. The great menu options allow guests to focus on what matters: the perfect quality. Defined by its outdoor seating, the restaurant is a fantastic option when the Mid-Atlantic weather is cooperative. It should be noted that business casual is the recommended attire. Also, though the price can be a bit higher than average, the overall experience definitely justifies it. For those keeping an eye on their diet, the robust menu does feature items that are gluten-free, low-fat, and vegetarian. Plus, it's been tabbed as a nice option for both families with children and large groups. In addition to its quick service (take-out is available), the restaurant also offers delivery, and can even cater an event for you. Or, if you just want to pop in for a beverage, the restaurant does have a pretty decent selection at its bar. When you put it all together, a visit to Basking Ridge Country Club is definitely worthwhile. In addition to valet, visitors do have access to a private parking lot nearby.
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    185 Madisonville Rd
    Basking Ridge, NJ US
  • Essex Golf Center
    Even in the dead of winter, it's not unusual to see golfers swinging away on the driving range at Essex Golf Center. Here, players stay warm and cozy in heated and enclosed stalls so they can keep their game on point, even in January. The center also houses New Jersey Golf Academy, where golfers stay nimble with a large practice green, simulators, and a fitness area. Meanwhile, a mini golf course engages both seasoned golfers and non-golfers with lush greenery and water fixtures, and is fully lit to keep the family fun going well after dinner.
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    600 Eagle Rock Ave
    Roseland, NJ US
  • Liberty National Golf Club
    What makes it great: expansive views of the Manhattan skyline and the Statue of Liberty, extremely narrow fairways complicated by winds off the Hudson River, home to the PGA Tour’s Presidents Cup starting in 2017, 90,000-square-foot all-glass clubhouse
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    100 Caven Point Rd
    Jersey City, NJ US

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