Mini-Golf Course Opens on Time

Ready or not, Woodbridge's Skyline Mini-Golf was unveiled Monday just in time for Easter break.

The season was opening early for miniature golf, but this was no ordinary mini-golf course.

, so named for the view in the distance of part of New York City, opened in back of the Monday to much fanfare, cheers, and a few rounds of golf.

Mayor John McCormac, the main driver behind the project, declared the golf course to be part of the township's "new phase of entertainment opportunities" an cut the ribbon on the course.

Council President Gregg Ficarra, along with other council members and township employees, were on hand for the ribbon cutting ceremony. McCormac and some of the other politicians also played a few holes of golf for the cameras.

Children who were on school vacation this week were there for the ribbon cutting ceremony.

The 18-hole miniature golf course, which is , was purchased with $428,000 of unused bond money. 

stephen mckessy April 10, 2012 at 01:02 PM
doesnt the mayor have better things to do instead of playing miniture golf wish i had a job like his
Can't shut me up April 10, 2012 at 02:46 PM
Yea like bringing cancer tained soil into Woodbridge, protecting his puppy mill store... Isn't this put-put built on a capped DUMP? Time for the voters to pay attention and rid themselves of this man!!!! Ee i ee i oh....(love that statement Tom)


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