One of the betst nine-hole courses in the country, Skyway Golf Course at Lincoln Park West is a challenging, beautiful layout that plays against the backdrop of the namesake bridge in the background. Designed by Roy Case and Jeff Grossman, this links-style course, which was built on top of an old landfill, features great views of the Pulaski Skyway that stretches from Newark to Jersey City. There are also Manhattan skyline views and nine well-crafted holes with rolling fairways, undulating greens, a few water features, and plenty of bunkering. Opened in 2015, the course features excellent hole separation and a nice variety of holes. The course, which was rated no. 8 in the state on Golf Advisor in 2021, has four sets of tees and plays to a par of 36 that stretches to 3,247 yards. It has three par 5s, three par 4s and three par 3 holes. The second hole gives the first really good look at the Skyway with the Hackensack River also in the background and tall fescue framing the hole around the fairway. At 200 yards from the tips, it's a great test and the longest par-3 on the course. The longest hole on the course is the 532-yard, par-5 sixth, a tight hole that might be the most difficult hole at Skyway. The course also ends with a par-3, the 175-yard ninth, which plays alongside the river. In addition to the course, there's also a golf academy.?