Patrick Mallory – Director/Partner of Golf Operations
A.K.A “Mr Patient” Nicklaus/Flick Certified Instructor. Worked with 3 of the worlds top Instructors Dr. Gary Wiren, Jim Flick (Jack Nicklaus) former Instructor, and Martin Hall (Golf Channel). Taught over 30,000 lessons. Former Golf Professional Pebble Beach California, Franklin Golf Properties, South Florida, as well as Golf Professional in PA, and NJ. Patrick has worked with many charities such as JDRF. Mr Mallory as well as his brothers have raised money for the Intrepid Fallen Hero’s fund, as well as the Lt. Michael McMahon Children’s College fund. Lt. Col McMahon was a classmate of Charles Mallory at West Point (1985) and the yearly fund is dedicated to Michael’s 3 children.
Mike Billeci – General Manager
Mike, who grew up in Pompton Plains, previously worked in the golf industry at Mountain Ridge CC while attending William Paterson University. He caddied for former PGA touring professional Patrick Burke in the 1990’s before leaving for an equipment manager position with the New Jersey Devils for almost 5 seasons. While Mike was able to drink out of the Stanley Cup with the Devils, he still considers himself a lifelong New York Rangers fan. He has gone on to manage countless individuals in the sports, retail & restaurant / bar industry. In the mid 2000’s Mike managed accounts for a municipal bond data provider of the financial markets and also worked as an insurance agent before returning back to the golf industry to become The Meadows General Manager. Mike is married and has twins aged 13. In his spare time, Mike enjoys coaching youth sports including football, is on the board for the Denville Blue Angels and is also their football programs equipment manager.
The Meadows Golf Club is a Par 70 course.
Course descriptions below are from the Blue Tees which offer a very challenging round of golf. However, our White and Red tee markers are more forgiving of errant shots while still offering an enjoyable day on the course.
2019 will see a course rating change as well as slope change with the addition of 450 yards added to the golf course