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Tee Time: Somerset County Golf Courses Are Open

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Somerset County golfers again have 4 championship course from which to choose with the re-opening of Quail Brook and Green Knoll. Credits: Courtesy Somerset County Park Commission
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BRIDGEWATER, NJ - Somerset County golfers will again have a wide choice of regulation courses from which to choose when four of the five Somerset County Park Commission courses are open for play for the 2016 season.
 
On Feb. 29, courses and golf shops will open at Quail Brook on New Brunswick Road in Franklin Township and Green Knoll on Garretson Road in Bridgewater following winter closures.

Spooky Brook at Colonial Park in Franklin Township, and Neshanic Valley on South Branch Road in Neshanic have remained open through the winter months. Golf shops are open from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m., seven days a week.
 
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The Learning Center at Neshanic Valley, including the driving ranges, the Academy Course, 26-Course Simulator, and the Callaway Golf Performance Center are also open.
 
Warrenbrook Golf Course on Warrenville Road in Warren Township will open as weather permits.
 
County resident ID cards and tee time reservation applications are available at each course. Handcarts and gas carts are available for rental at all courses.
 
Information of all golf facilities is available by calling the Somerset County Park Commission at 908-369-1458, ext. 428.
 

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