Morristown New Jersey Golf Courses

Morris County Golf Club
Spring Brook Country Club

Featured Golf Course Review:
Morris County Golf Club -- Great place to play!
Review by: Matt The course was in tremendous shape last July when I played it for the first time. Carpet-like fairways and fast greens are the rule on this course. The course definitely puts a premium on keeping it in the fairway; stray to the left or right on any hole and you can wind up in a lot of trouble. The rough is VERY penal and I was there just after they cut it! It is definitely a challenge and can be intimidating to high-handicappers or those who are not comfortable with their games. I enjoyed playing the course precisely because you have to think on every shot and are rewarded for good shot-making. Overall, I thoroughly enjoyed the round and would highly recommend this course to anyone who has the opportunity to play it!
From North Carlolina

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Quail Brook Golf Course -- Get a cart!
Review by: Gabriel M [2.5 stars] This was a fine county course. Fairways and greens in good shape despite the fact that they were exceptionally hard and fast due to the lack of rain in the two weeks prior to me playing. THIS IS A CART COURSE! If you're the "like to take long walks on the beach" kind of guy, this is your place. I walked on this day and while the front nine was manageable, the back was BY FAR the longest from green to tee I have ever experienced. There were three tee boxes that required a walk of between 200-350 yds. Lastly, I couldn't help feeling that they didn't take advantage of the natural surroundings. There was water all over the property, yet it only came into view for four of the holes, and even then it wasn't really a factor. There was a ravine that passed directly through the back nine, but I never once needed to hit over it. With a cart and some rain, this course could be quite good, but for an extra $7.50, I'd prefer to play Mercer Oaks.
From New York, NY