Glenwood Country Club is a championship caliber course. Club members enjoy the picturesque 18 hole par 72 renovated golf course and first class practice facility that was part of a redesign by award winning architect Stephen Kay. There’s also a full service pro shop, clubhouse with mens’ and ladies’ locker rooms, grill room and bar, and expert golf instruction available from head golf professional Sal Silvestrone.
With Glenwood’s policy of no initiation fees, assessments or monthly minimums and a myriad of membership options for individuals, families and businesses, a first class private golf club experience has never been more affordable.
“We’ve believe we offer the best value in private golf in all of New Jersey,” GM Sal Silvestrone added. “Most importantly, we’ve created a club our members can be proud to call home.”
- Private Golf Club
- 18 hole championship caliber golf course
- Five sets of tees
- Total Yardage Per Tee: Black 7,005; Blue 6,587; White 6,229; Gold 5,340; Red 5,223
- Built in 1966 – original course design by Hal Purdy
- $2.5 Million Full-scale renovation & redesign completed in 2008 by Stephen Kay; including driving range
- Practice Range
- Golf Pro Shop – Featuring an extensive collection of top-of-the-line brands and equipment rentals
- 19th Hole Grill
- Locker Rooms
GPS ADDRESS: 1 Fairway Lane Old Bridge Township, NJ 08857
From the North take the New Jersey Turnpike to Exit 11 and then take the Garden State Parkway to Exit 123, Old Bridge, Route 9 South. Proceed on Route 9 South for approximately 4 miles to the intersection of Route 9 and Fairway Lane and make a right hand turn into Fairway lane to the Country Club.
From Staten Island take the Outerbridge Crossing to Route 440 to the Garden State Parkway South to Exit 123 and proceed as outlined above.
From Central and South New Jersey, take the Garden State Parkway to Route 18 North and proceed to the Route 9 North exit. Follow Route 9 North for approximately 3 miles to the intersection of Route 9 and Fairway Lane. Take the jug handle to make a left hand turn and proceed into the Country Club.
From New Brunswick area, proceed on Route 18 South to Route 516 East to Route 9 North. At the first traffic light take the jug handle for a left hand turn into the Country Club.