Miner Hills Family Golf LLC (Middletown), reviewed August, 2008.
Back in June Rabbit Ears and I were looking for a course in the Berlin/Middletown area that we thought was Miner Hills, be we ended up at a defunct course (and ended up playing Timberlin). After further recon, we can provide a review of the Miner Hills Executive Track.
In general, it's difficult for a quasi-executive (par 30) course to truly distinguish itself as a Goat Track, but Miner Hills definitely holds its own compared to others we've played and rewards those who are in touch with their "Inner Sherpa."
Overview: A fairly new course by Goat Track standards (1994), which could be considered one strike against it, but to paraphrase Herm Edwards, "That is why we play the Track!"
For a course that's tucked into the hills, it's pretty easy to get to, as long as you're on I-91. Even the score card lists the directions as "exit 20 off I-91;" very New Jersey-esque. ("You're from Jersey? Which exit?")