The Madison Club
|Black M: 73.4/139 W: 79.5/143||546||431||165||468||335||420||544||181||393||3483||385||423||404||559||346||214||372||153||508||3364||6847|
|Blue M: 72.6/135 W: 78.1/140||528||404||156||428||323||398||489||162||385||3273||352||393||390||527||331||192||351||143||487||3166||6439|
|White M: 70.1/130 W: 75.6/135||516||392||146||415||300||374||470||140||325||3078||340||371||366||513||316||179||335||136||467||3023||6101|
|Gold M: 67.3/120 W: 72.0/128||438||378||137||345||280||321||387||136||307||2729||309||350||328||446||295||166||281||128||417||2720||5449|
|Red M: 65.2/112 W: 69.5/120||428||328||122||328||220||312||365||102||257||2462||297||296||307||414||276||118||254||74||407||2443||4905|
well worth the money
the course is always in excellent condition. a well run golf course with friendly professional service. pace of play was very comfortable on a busy Sunday, not waiting, not pushed. good shot selection and some challenging pin placements keep it interesting. best value around!
Had a group of 48 that played in our annual Rider Cup match. Between Ohio/Pa. Even though the course looks very nice it is way over priced for what you get. Played way better course's for less.
Totally worth it
My wife and I played this course for the first time and our overall experience was just awesome. The staff were very friendly and helpful. The course from the first tee you could tell it was well managed, the fairways were in amazing condition and the best of the all, the greens were immaculate. It rolled true and fast even with scattered rain. There were a few unrepaired ball marks (which I took the time fix other than mine), but you could tell most other players there were considerate to others.
The course is challenging but fair. It just played long with the rain, but drainage was pretty good as we didn't have to have any puddles in the fairway. The course layout is super interesting and no hole were alike. Someone behind us noticed that each hole plays down, except for #18. It is quite hilly for walkers, especially to next tees. We usually walk to play but chose to ride since it was our first time, and we are glad we did because would have had climbed up quite many hills.
There are a number of very memorable holes on this course from the par 5 with the rough down the middle of the fairway to several blind par 4s with varying elevation changes to the terrific par 3 from an elevated tee with a lake in the background.
The greens roll true and the conditioning is terrific. This course is worth the drive.
Great course for a decent price considering the quality of the course, it is a course with a lot of up and down but what I liked is that even though it was very undulating throughout the round it wasn't to the extent that every approach shot was from a funky lie. Nice even fairways but still a challenge for the average golfer. The course makes you play every club in the bag and that is what I like, nice mix of distances for the holes, par 3, 4 and 5s all varied. Only strange thing was on the Par 3 8th hole the tee box was a mat because they can't keep the grass there? Not a bad thing just different.
The Madison Club is incredible!
Played there for the first time on 7/26/15. The course was in amazing shape and could not have been a better value for the money. I ABSOLUTELY recommend it.
Second round on the course this year. Main problem with this round was that a month of rain had underscored drainage problems on the course. Plugged more than a handful of drives during the round and had a nearly impossible time playing wedges from tight lies near the green. The layout is interesting in that it takes the driver out of the hands of long hitters but plays some of the most severe doglegs in the state.
Madison club is truly a gem in western pennsylvania. Beautiful fairways. Green fast but need to be more receptive to shots that hit them kind of hard. Very good course
Very nice course ,I would recommend it to everyone.
A remote beauty
Too much rain made playing conditions ridiculous. No roll and plugging galore. I lost 3 balls, 2 in the fairway and actually one on a green (They all plugged). Hit a high wedge onto the green and it just disappeared and never found it. One ball plugged in the fairway and happened to see a small one square inch of white in the ground. I pulled it out and it was my ball. Strangest round I ever played.