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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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    Hi Revit

    Not sure if anyone replied to you yet on your questions.

    I am a regular at NJ Badminton. CJ and IBC are too far down south for clifton area.

    I've taken lessons at NJ Badminton as well. They are all very well run clubs.

    Let me know if you need further help in finding a club to play.


    Quote Originally Posted by Revit View Post
    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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