Heritage Creek Golf Club
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tried to pick a course that wouldn't have a lot of leaves on the ground. I succeeded
Heritage Creek is a 9-hole that was meant to be 18, and still may be someday. The course is challenging enough for me and was a $10 hot deal on golf now so I couldn't beat the price to go play 9 on a beautiful afternoon.
This is a quirky nine hole course as part of a planned 18 hole Kelly Blake Moran design. Depending on your game you only need driver on maybe three holes. I have issue with 15 foot deep fairway bunkers that on one hole cuts the fairway in half. It's a long hole and also has a deep bunker in front of the green. The one par 5 is shortish for a par five but the design forces you to play particular shots with little options where the risk is far greater than the reward. They maintain most of the course well but there is absolutely no sand in the bunkers throughout the layout. It has potential but has been disappointing that it hasn't progressed.
best ride to the 1st tee in the world
A 9 hole course that has it all. a Couple interesting short par 4's,, a couple longer par 4's. Three solid par 3's and one par 5 that will test your nerves. No issues with conditions.Don't let the fact that it is a 9 hole course keep you from playing it. Looking forward to returning soon.
Great value for the money
This was my first time playing this course and I definitely will be back. The course was in good condition and for the money, one of the best nine hole courses I've played. The staff was very helpful and friendly.
HIdden Gem in Bucks County!
Played this course for the first time and I was impressed. Greens were healing nicely and the layout was great! Staff was friendly and accomodating. Pace of play was very good in the afternoon. Look forward to playing again!
Great 9 Holes
Course has a great 9 hole layout that you can play twice for 18. They were still doing some early year maintenance so the course should be in great condition. Great hidden gem
Good for short game
This course is a 9 hole with great potential, the course set up now is really good to focus on your iron game, it did have a couple par five shots.
The greens were wavy and somewhat challenging.
Great for the beginner
, its an open course and fun to play.
Links and Long
Nice course, a little long from blue tees, next time I'll play the Whites. In good shape, tough and big greens with some strange pins but I had fun with it.
I wouldn't call it a hidden jewel, but this nine hole layout will test your skills once you figure out some of the quirks on some holes. On this last visit the course overall was in the best condition I have seen it in a while. With three par 3's and only one par 5 don't let the overall yardage fool you. The par 4 5th and 6th holes will test your game and are not pushovers or executive course holes. It's worth a try but best with someone who has played it if it's your first trip around the track. The transition to repeat for an 18 hole round can get tricky but on my visits I haven't seen it to be a major issue as the course gets limited play.
Recently played Heritage Creek. The course was in great condition, Staff is friendly and courteous. i would recommend this course. Great value.
Course length and design challenging. Playing conditions fine. 95% restored from 2016 summer drought damage. Staff courteous and helpful.
Played 18 holes in 4 hours. Course popular with seniors (bargain rates) and x geners (time).
Large clubhouse with bar service a nice surprise.
Want to be fair
I played nine holes late afternoon and the course was not crowded so it was mostly open to play as fast as you wanted. There are two holes where the tee shot is particularly difficult (border line unfair) and blind and this is a common thing for Kelly Blake Moran courses. On this night in late spring the fairways were fine and the tees were good but the greens were one star. They have not healed from aeration months ago and putt extremely slow with balls not taking breaks except the most severe. This has not been the case in past visits to this 9 hole course.
If they ever finish this place... Look Out!
This is a partially built golf course, so you have to know that going in. Once you set your expectations properly you might have a really good time! the holes that are carved into the landscape are well thought out and a challenge depending on the tees you select. the greens offer bail out opportunities but also some danger depending on pin placement. If this place ever finishes construction I think it'll challenge the Makefield Highlands type better-run places. Unfortunately, it's been years since they initially dug ground and it remains to be seen if this place will be swept away by the nationally felt anxiety towards the future of golf-course building. It's a shame, this could be a GEM.
It has the potential to be a nice facility, but some of the design is suspect as in two other Kelly Blake Moran designs in the area. As for challenging Makefield Highlands...not a chance. They just tried to start a golf league and eight people showed up.
Great Local Course
I played Heritage Creek Golf Course today and thoroughly enjoyed it. If you are an average weekend golfer who does not have the option of a private golf club, then this course is a good fit. The golf course is kept in good shape, the greens run true. The undulating greens and course layout presents a moderate challenge. It is currently a nine hole course with two pin placements at each hole if you play 18. The first half of the course runs through a wooded area that presents wonderful views and sight lines. The second half runs though a housing development. Over the next 2 years the second 9 hole will be created. It is better than most municipal courses in the area and not as crowded as local privately owned public courses. Well worth a try.
Good local course
If you are looking for a good round of golf at a local course that is not over crowded, try Heritage. It is currently a 9 hole course, which will add 9 more holes within 2 years. There are two pin placements at each hole which allows for a round of 18 on 9 holes. Worth a try.
Under new private ownership apart from the development since this review was written. Finishing the full 18 holes is not likely in the near future, if ever. The only good thing is the property is zones open space so it can't be developed for houses.