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

Golf Courses: Additional Golf Course Reviews:
Quail Brook Golf Course -- Ride the back!
Review by: rcmjetmar I walk most of the time, but the back need a cart. The course provides a variety of looks and approaches for the course manager to the gambler. You can come in a use a 3-wood on 9 to 12 tees or a driver for higher rewards. The greens are equalizers. Some small, some with breaks you do not see. The fairways are nicely kept throughout the year, and the greens are, I think, the best of the county courses (N.B. I have not played Neshanic as yet). The staff is very nice. Nice challenging course for the serious, "but can only get out in the week-end" duffer. For Somerset residents, it's a steal at the price, and not so bad for the non-residents.
From Kendall Park, NJ