We're not talking about teenage werewolves or lovelorn vampires here. We're talking late-in-the-day, get-away-from-it-all golf. And Golf Magazine just recognized one of our New Jersey courses as one of the best for twilight golf.
In the June issue of the publication, Sunset Valley Golf Course in Morris County, N.J., was named one of the four best courses for twilight players.
Flat rate of $18.50 for "All Golfer Types" lets you walk after 5 p.m. through the end of August. June sunsets fall roughly at 8:30 p.m.
Just 30 miles from USGA headquarters, this 6,483-yard Hal Purdy design will never host a U.S. Open, but it's playable, scenic golf with a trio of strong closing holes. And there's no better-named track to play at twilight.
If that's the kind of golf that brightens up your (end of the) day, then head over to Sunset Valley's website.