Greystone Woods

Morris Plains, New Jersey     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +0 votes  + Dan Seaman › July 13, 2020
This is our home course. Great 18. Hole layouts are great. This course has come along way from what it was 5 years ago. Clean and fun to play. They started building tee boxes on most holes a few are missing but hopefully on the way. Great place to play.
-  +0 votes  + Ronnie "Roots" Denig › May 24, 2020
Most holes have tee pads now. The course is great. I like the elevation change and the few water holes.
-  +0 votes  + Daniel McGuire › December 8, 2019
-  +0 votes  + Randy Sorensen › May 1, 2019
Great course. First full18 for me
-  +0 votes  + Benjamin Schwartz › June 13, 2018
-  +0 votes  + Evan Losh › June 4, 2018
-  +0 votes  + Hugh MacNiven › November 16, 2018
- Great community supporting the course and organizing events. - Several of the prettiest holes you'll see anywhere (9, 17, 18). - Disc retrievers next to a few of the water hazards - what a great thoughtful touch! - This is woods golf, so even slightly offline throws are punished pretty severely. - The club is working on the teepads - but for now, they're pretty rough. - When I'm playing other wooded courses like Allaire and Doc Cramer and I mention Greystone, I get an interesting reac ...
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-  +1 votes  + Ken Trock › July 8, 2017
Tough course for recreation level players. Hilly, rocky, narrow, with some long holes. Signage is very good. Only at the end of 16 was I unsure if I was walking on a random path to nowhere; but 17 appeared. This hole may be under construction.
-  +1 votes  + Scott Miller › February 11, 2017
I only had time for the front 9 from the blues but it is clear the layout of this course is solid. I got a rare 60F day in Feb so most of the foliage was knocked back. The next time I'm in the area I will certainly put in a full round.
-  +1 votes  + Phill Dilone › September 27, 2016
Loved the elevation once again and tight woods of the Hudson River Valley! Could use some improvements on the signage overtime but it was a great course..
-  +0 votes  + Chris Szanto › September 15, 2016
Great track! Play with a partner to help find your wayward throws and to help navigate.
-  +0 votes  + Jim Hall › August 18, 2016
Fantastic course with a great mix of holes- some tight in the woods, some out in the open, short holes, long holes. Challenging but playable, good shots are rewarded and there are some hazards to keep you from being too aggressive at times. Great work putting this course and the trails together!
-  +0 votes  + Raivis Markons- Craig › August 9, 2016
-  +1 votes  + Adam Sullivan › May 31, 2016
Awesome course. Stopped here after a tournament in the area and was very pleased with this course. It was easy to navigate and offered a good mix of challenging holes. Really liked the hole with the water feature. All holes were nicely manicured and all signage seem to be accurate. Gave this course an A and would recommend playing it.
-  +0 votes  + Mike Mitchell › June 15, 2015
-  +0 votes  + Kevin Hutchins › May 3, 2015
Great New course. Very well set up challenging and fun. Can't wait to try the blue tees next time.
-  +2 votes  + Kyle Budde › April 26, 2015
I would consider this my home course as it's the closet and probably my most frequented. I've been playing here since before course was officially opened a have seen the progress course has achieved. This is a wit, mind, and skill challenging course that lets one try different throws and different discs. It is really well designed with lots of elevation change, [some extremely] tight fairways, some open shots, and plenty of distance - all sitting in the woods next to Greystone Asylum. Watch out for the water hazards, rusty metal on hole 16, and the asylum escapees haunting the woods.
-  +1 votes  + Mike "Whitey" Minnier › April 5, 2015
Wow, what a course! Signage and markings need some refreshing, but this is by far the coolest, most challenging course I've played in NJ so far. Long holes and lots of trees, even a little water, bring your hiking shoes, it might be a long round for the less experienced player.