Butler's Golf Course - Lakeside Course
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The staff members are very nice. However the cart paths for the most part are absolutely destroyed. The course itself has a decent layout but the greens are not consistent throughout 18 holes. Some are fast some are slow. For the money it's not a bad course but I'd much rather keep driving past Elizabeth and head to Cedarbrook
Perfect Day of Golf
The tee times were spaced every 15 min. We didn’t wait on any hole. We played in 3 hours. The course and greens were in excellent shape.
A tough walk
If you aren’t in shape, this course is a tough walk. It’s a nice layout, but hilly, with particularly tough climbs on the back nine. The corse is in fine condition despite the rain the last few weeks. The greens are a tad slow.
The course was managed so professionally with all the awareness of the virus paranoia was relieved in all aspects of my experience today. Thanks staff your the best!
A Pittsburgh golf treasure
Well run 36 hole complex. Two good tracks.
Good conditioning. Interesting layouts.
People at Butler's r as good as they come. Always enjoy playing there
Fall golf at Butlers golf course
The Lakeside course was in good shape. The tee boxes were not torn up like they were during the summer months.
The greens were running slow because of early frost. But that is to be expected. I don’t expect the course to tear up the greens to try and cut them.
Overall the course played well.
Butlers in great shape
Perfect fall conditions.
No leaves, nice greens.
And the staff is great.
Return to a "New" course
Back in the late '70's and through the "80's Butler's Golf Course, in Elizabeth, PA. was a favorite of mine and my golfing buddies.Back then there was the 18 hole course, and the 9 hole course, and we always played the 18 hole course. It was, and still is (I'm told) very challenging, with the finishing 3 hole among the toughest stretch anywhere in PA. I'd heard years later that another 9 holes was added, and thus the original 18 was called the
"Woodside" and the 18 consisting of the old 9 and the new 9 being called the "Lakeside". Today I played the Lakeside course (my first trip to Butler's since the late '80's). First note; the staff was very friendly, and I was sent out with a twosome immediately. I appreciated the front 9 layout, but it was also obvious that it was a bit tired - it will need some TLC to equal the freshness of the back 9. And what a surprising revelation that back 9 was. It was an exciting trail of golf, utilizing Western PA.'s hilly terrain to maximum challenge. It was a real treat, and I dare to say that the last 3 holes here are the equal, in challenge, as the last 3 on the Woodside. I will definitely go back. They do need to enforce some kind of pace-of-play requirements, and the players need to start repairing ball marks - no exaggeration, I fixed between 5-7 ball marks on EVERY green. Still, I had an experience that will bring me back.