The four Middlesex County Golf Courses are maintained and managed by the Middlesex County Improvement Authority. For all information, directions and fees, please visit their website at www.middlesexcountygolf.com.
Tamarack features two 18-hole championship golf courses located on Hardenburg Lane in East Brunswick which were designed by Hal Purdy. The East (Gold and Blue) course is a 6,226-yard, par-71 course with five par-3 holes, nine par-4s and four par-5s. The West (Red and White) course is a 7,025-yard, par-72 championship course featuring four par-3 holes, 10 par-4s and four par-5s. The driving range features 34 stalls and five target greens.
The Meadows at Middlesex is an 18-hole, 6,290 yard, par 70 championship course, located in Plainsboro. This beautifully kept bent grass course was designed by Joe Finger in 1972, finished in 1980 by Tom Fazio, and purchased by the MCIA in early 1999. The Meadows features six par-3 holes, four par-5s and eight par-4s perfect for hosting outings.
The MCIA’s 3,400-yard, family-style golf course in Piscataway opened on October 1, 1999 and offers players a premium on shot making and accuracy. With its small greens and narrow fairway, Raritan Landing can provide a true test for all golfers. It was constructed by the MCIA, designed by Stephen Kay, and built on County land. Raritan Landing, located on County-owned property near the Raritan River in Piscataway, is a par-58 course, consisting of 14 par-3 holes and four par-4 holes, with the longest hole approximately 350 yards in length. The course’s natural features include a pond and two creeks.