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Brakewell Steel/Warwick Town Park - "Magnificently manicured world-class course featuring rolling terrain, beautiful views and great variety. Some tight woods and some long open holes with excellent use of ridges and small cliffs. Dual tees - pro tees marked with steel animals. Dual baskets allow play on any of 4 layouts, ranging from 4800 ft to 8805 ft." 

Browns Point/Buzzy's Creek - "Scenic, manicured lakeside park on NY/NJ border. Holes range from short & tight to long & open. Finesse and accuracy critical." 

Campgaw - "Located at a small ski hill 18 miles from NYC. Woods course with lots of elevation changes and tight tunnel shots. The layout is stretched out into the "Mighty Gaw" for a limited time during the year, which adds several holes on the skil hills, including #18, a top-to-bottom par 5."

Wolfe Woods - "The Wolfe Woods course, although in the shadow of the World Class Animal course at Warwick, is often favored by locals during the late fall, winter and early spring season. The meandering creek comes into play on 9 of 18 of the short holes, and is both recreational friendly in terms of distance and challenging through moderate elevation changes and nicely carved but wooded fairways."