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    Central Jersey Badminton Club

    We are located in Piscataway, NJ.

    Please visit our web site for more details (address, fees, schedule,...)

    http://cjbadminton.com

    Jack

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    hi i recently moved in cherryhill NJ, can somebody please tell me where can I play badminton? im having difficulty finding a good badminton court near my area. thanks!

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    Default Princeton, West Winster and Plainsboro

    Quote Originally Posted by kyledaniel View Post
    hi i recently moved in cherryhill NJ, can somebody please tell me where can I play badminton? im having difficulty finding a good badminton court near my area. thanks!
    I know Princeton university used to have a club in Dino gym. West Winster Chinese School also have a club and Plainsboro has a club. Try look into Angelfire, NorthEast Badminton or World badminton federation for their information

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    Hi All,

    Does anyone know of badminton club near Lyndhurst or Rutherford or Edgewater or Hoboken or Newark?

    I live in Lyndhurst. Moved to Jersey recently.

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    Hi everyone

    I might be moving to work in Clifton, NJ early next year and will be look for a places to play (3-4 times a week) and hopefully do some regular 1 on 1 and or group training. My skill level is probably around B to A grade. I'm not looking to make any senior/state/national teams, but I'd like a coach that's at national level at least. Previous coaches I've had have all been national or olympic level players.

    Browsing the forums and the internet I've found these places:

    http://www.cjbadminton.com/

    http://njbadminton.com/

    http://www.friendlybadminton.com/

    http://www.ibcusa.org/

    I haven't decided yet where in NJ I'll live, but being somewhere that's convenient to get to work, badminton, and NYC are priorities. But I do want to make sure I can get high quality badminton games.

    Is anyone able to help provide some feedback/comparison on the above places?

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    Hi all

    It looks like I'll be moving over to NJ shortly and will be working near Clifton. I haven't decided yet where to live but hoping to be relatively close to work, NYC, and somewhere to play badminton.

    I'm hoping to play a few times a week and maybe get a new coach. I'm an A grade player.

    So far I've found the following places but am uncertain of the standard and if they have professional coaches.

    http://www.friendlybadminton.com/

    http://njbadminton.com/

    http://www.cjbadminton.com/

    http://www.ibcusa.org/

    Would anyone be able to help provide some detail/comparison on what each of these places are like?

    Thanks

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