Whoever claimed that golf is a good walk spoiled (and no, it wasn’t Mark Twain) clearly never experienced the bliss that comes after a round of hitting every green in regulation and sinking every putt. I haven’t either. But I refuse to stop trying. The Ramblewood Country Club in Mt. Laurel is one of New Jersey’s most popular public courses, giving pros and duffers alike a chance to test their mettle on 27 holes. The course is open all year, as long as there is no snow on the ground.