East Brunswick Area Golf

 
Middlesex County Improvement Authority (MCIA)
The Middlesex County Improvement Authority (MCIA) operates the County recycling program, runs three public golf courses in East Brunswick, Plainsboro and Piscataway, and manages Roosevelt Care Center.
Golf Course Features
Tamarack Golf Course

97 Hardenburg Lane
East Brunswick, NJ 08816
Phone: (732) 821-8881/8884
Jeff Byrnes, Assistant Manager
jb1@mciauth.com
Tamarack features two 18-hole championship golf courses in East Brunswick, which were designed by Hal Purdy. The East (Gold and Blue) course is a 6,226-yard, par-71 course and the West (Red and White) course is a 7,025-yard, par-72 course. Tamarack has locker rooms and electric carts. The driving range features 34 stalls and five target greens.
The Meadows at Middlesex Golf Course

70 Hunters Glen Drive
Plainsboro, NJ 08536
Phone: (609) 799-4000
Susan Disario, Manager
sd@mciauth.com
Purchased by the MCIA in early 1999, The Meadows is an 18-hole, 6,290-yard, par-70 championship course. This beautifully kept bent grass golf course was designed by Joe Finger in 1972 and finished in 1980 by Tom Fazio. It features a full-service restaurant, locker rooms and electric carts. The Meadows provides a perfect venue to host outings. We cater to a variety of groups and organizations and provide professional planning to make your outing a success.
Raritan Landing Golf Course

491 Sidney Road
Piscataway, NJ 08854
Phone: (732) 885-9600
Rick Dalina, Manager
rd@mciauth.com
Raritan Landing Golf Course, in Piscataway, was constructed by the MCIA on county land. This 3,300-yard, par-58, 18 hole golf course, designed by Stephen Kay, opened on October 1, 1999, and offers players a premium on shot making and accuracy. With small greens and narrow fairways, Raritan Landing can provide a true test for all golfers. Despite ongoing road improvements in the area, all roads leading to Raritan Landing are open and accessible and a steady stream of golfers and visitors are enjoying a great golf season.
Tee Time Reservations
Golfers do not have to be registered in order to play at the MCIA courses. However, registration entitles golfers to reduced greens fees at all courses and allows golfers to access the Automated Tee Time Reservation System for Tamarack Golf Course, the Meadows at Middlesex Golf Course and Raritan Landing Golf Course. Note: Registration for each calendar year begins in December of the previous year.
How to Register: Each individual must register in person at the front desk of either Tamarack Golf Course, the Meadows at Middlesex Golf Course or Raritan Landing Golf Course. For details"