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Bucks County Country ClubRoute 263
Jamison, PA 18929
Phone: (215)343-0350Fax: (215)343-4408
This flat course has wide-open fairways. There are water hazards and trees that can affect your shots. The signature hole is #18, a 375-yard, par 4, requiring a shot over a lake. The course is home to the Philadelphia Section of the Professional Golfers Association.
|Holes: 18||Greens: Bent Grass||Fairways: Bent Grass|
|Dress Code:||Collared shirt, no other requirements|
|Season:||Open all year (closed on Mondays)|
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Course reviews for Bucks County Country Club
Average Golfer Review (3.7 Stars):
Number of Reviews: 3
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| 0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
Average to me, Jan 07, 2007
|reviewer: Joe G.
from Ocala, FL
|This course rates out to be just another average course to me. It is always in good shape but the layout is soo so.|
| 5 of 5 people found the following review helpful:
Short but tight, Nov 05, 2004
|reviewer: John S.
from Jamison, PA
|New layout and new clubhouse. Both are great. Big hitters may say that course is short (6550 yards from Blue tees), but the tight fairways & undulating greens will quickly raise the score of anyone who does not hit straight or have local knowledge of the greens. Many complain about the 270 yard, well bunkered, par 4 Number 11 hole being too short or too easy. Then they take a 5, 6 or even worse. Weekends are $68 with cart; expensive for the area, but worth it for a 4 1/2 hr round. Enjoy!|
| 7 of 7 people found the following review helpful:
3 Stars now but 4 stars with new club house, Feb 26, 2004
|Great lay out for average golf. Some holes are short for big hitters. But some of the greens and pin placements will add strokes if not managed (front pin placement on the short, 350 yard, number 3. Balls above the hole are often a 3 or 4 putt). A little pricey but just enough to keep it from becoming overcrowded like the "golf mill" at Five Ponds.|