Golf season is slowly winding down, or just getting started, depending on how you look at it.

The days are getting shorter and the weather is getting colder. For some people though, this makes the best conditions for golf.

And if you’re looking for one more great public course to play before it gets too cold outside, look no further than Twisted Dune Golf Club in Egg Harbor, New Jersey.

I’ve had the chance to play here numerous times, and I’m blown away by it every time I do.

It’s got a heavy “links” style to it. Forget about trees. You won’t be seeing many of those on this course.

It makes it feel like you’re playing in the middle of the desert. Lots of sand and dunes (fitting because of the name, right?)

Your tee shots will all feel like you have all the room in the world. The fairways are wide, and because trees don’t line either side of the fairways it makes you believe you can grip it and rip it. If you spray the ball in either direction off the tee, you’re likely still going to be able to find your ball.

It’s also always in top shape. You’ll never have to worry about divots on the greens or ball marks not being replaced. They make sure this course is in almost tournament playing shape.

It’s an absolute bucket list type of course in New Jersey that goes largely unnoticed. It’s one you should definitely seek out.

Twisted Dune is located at 2101 Ocean Heights Avenue, Egg Harbor Township.

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