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Greenwood Meadows is located off a major road and isn't far from I-78, making it easy to get to.
The baskets at the park were in great shape, as were the tee signs (those that were still available), the course map, and the rules.
The park appears to be very well maintained and has several other amenities including a baseball field, playground, and tennis court. So it's a great place to bring the young ones to introduce them to the sport and then follow-up with some playground time.
Cons: Oh, where to start. Safety is a biggie for me, so let's kick things off there. The course borders roads, parking lots, or back yards on seven of the nine holes. Running onto the road to fetch a stray disc = dangerous. Errant drives going into somebody's yard (several of which showed evidence of small children) = dangerous. Shaking a throw into somebody's car = dangerous.
After safety, the next thing for me is course design. This course should not have been installed here. The space limits the design to holes that average 188 feet (including one that's 116 feet...116 feet, really?), straight ahead. For the vast majority of players, this is an approach shot, leaving most (if not all of the holes) as birdie, if not ace, runs.
Signage was a problem on several of the holes as they were missing tee signs. This wasn't a really big issue because you could ballpark the tee location from the course map.
Although the course is right off the main road, you may drive past it a few times before you actually find it.
Course Location:State: NJ
I-78 to exit 33. Head south on Liberty Corner Rd. for about 2 miles to a left on Liberty Village Dr. (look for stone wall) and make an immediate left into the park.
First tee near the road past the playground on the left.
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