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2600 York Rd
Jamison, PA  18929-1044
United States
P: (215) 343-0350
F: (215) 343-0418
www.thebucksclub.com
Bucks County Course

18 hole regulation length course

Public golf course

70 par | 6,200 yards | 126 slope

69.1 rating | Blue grass


Bucks County Golf Course


The 18-hole "Bucks County" course at the The Bucks Club facility in Jamison, Pennsylvania features 6,200 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 70. The course rating is 69.1 and it has a slope rating of 126 on Blue grass. Designed by William F. Gordon, ASGCA, the Bucks County golf course opened in 1961. Lisa DePaul manages the course as the General Manager.

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Time5am - 9pm
Price $0 - $500
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Reviewed June 11, 2009

Reviewed March 26, 2009

Reviewed January 14, 2009

I play here with a ladies group during the summer on Tuesday and often on the weekend. The course is very women friendly with a well stocked pro shop and excellent resturant. I played during the summer on one of their "Player Appreciation Days" and received a two ball sleeve of Nike Juice golf balls and a ticket for a FREE hot dog and drink at the turn. Nice touch. Prices have actually came down this year under the new ownership....paid $58 with cart after 10AM on the weekend and finished in less than 4-1/2 hours and this included free range balls. Heard they are upgrading resturant and have a new health club and spa for 2009.

Reviewed July 21, 2008

Reviewed July 18, 2008

Be prepared to pay for a broken window or worse.

THE GOOD: We played there as part of an outing. The restaurant and bar were nice and the food was better than average. Course was well maintained. No complaints there.

THE NOT-SO-BAD: Others have mentioned the blind tee shots so I won't dwell on it. The greens are brutal and I 3-putted more times than I care to admit. Not the course's fault and I should work on my short game I suppose.

THE VERY BAD: The layout on most of the holes. Are you kidding me? This course is TIGHT, I mean WAY too tight to the houses and the street. For the life of me, I can't understand what they were thinking when they designed it. I get the concept of target golf, but unless you're Jim Furyk and can hit 75% of your fairways, your target is gonna wind up being some guy eating dinner on his deck.

FINAL ANALYSIS: If your idea of fun is bouncing your tee shot off of a palladian window or a Mercedes, this is your course. If not, play your round somewhere else and stop here for dinner and drinks on your way back home.

Reviewed July 18, 2008

Anyone who thinks they're a good golfer, please play this course and procede to get humbled. The reviews on this page do NOT do this course justice. The front nine is nice, the greens are downright EVIL, some parts having 3 foot undulations, swails, and probably a cave on some. Hitting the green here isn't good enough! The back nine will make you re-think you're choice of hobby. it's not only intimidating, it's just flat out tough. Yes there are houses on the course, NICE houses, but who cares, thats the price you pay for living on a golf course. Lots of blind tee shots, lots of tricky putts, lots of target golf on the back 9. I played only for the cart feee with the birthday coupon (very cool touch) and they give you free range balls. I can't wait to play this course again, maybe next time I'll play from the whites instead of the blues! Awesome day and I managed to break 100 (99)

Reviewed June 04, 2008

Great Cource, well maintaned, Back nine is very picturesque. The Club house was wonderful, the Proshop was well stocked. The only thing I did not like about it was that the course had many (almost all) blind greens, and aside of the small map on the score card, there was help for someone who had never played there. This was not helped by the lack of Yardage Markers.

Reviewed May 04, 2008

The course is decent, although some of the holes are awfully close together. The problem is that the price does not match the course. You pay alot for a round that really isn't much more than the average public course at best.

Reviewed October 01, 2007

If you hit houses on every hole, I would suggest a new hobby...However, it should not be your fault for hitting a house, they bought there well after the course was designed.

Reviewed August 03, 2007

Recpectfully and politely disagreeing with the previous poster, yes the homes next to the course really are a problem.

My husband and I have played there twice with another couple. The husband of the other couple hit a home with his drive from the 10th tee. He offered to pay for the hole in their siding but the homeowner declined and shrugged it off. Unfortunately it seemed like they were used to it. Being a man(!) he pulled out his driver on the really short par 4 11th hole and wouldn't you know it, same result! Fortunately it was only a window screen that he broke and not a window. This time his wife made him give the woman $20 to repair her screen. I felt embarrassed for him and felt bad for the homeowner since neither of them should have been put in that position.

When we asked the homeowner why the golf course didn't modify the holes or do something to protect their homes, she said that she and her neighbors had approached course management at different times but they have never been willing to work with the homeowners. Shame on course management because some of those holes are seriously flawed and should be fixed. It's the right thing to do for the homeowners, but it will give peace of mind to the players too.

OK long rant aside, my husband and I finished out our round but we had to switch cart partners because the other couple got into a big fight and didn't talk the rest of the time. Needless to say, that really took the enjoyment out of what should have been a relaxing day.

All things considered, the club house is very nice, the greens and fairways were in good shape. We just can't get past the poor layout of some of the holes that border the homes and we're going to avoid playing there until it's fixed.

Happy golfing!
-Danielle

Reviewed July 17, 2007

I'm not sure what some of the nay sayers are talking about. I've played a lot of golf courses and found Bucks County to be fantastic. The club house and facilities are outstanding. New, modern, clean. The course is nice and a little tight. For those previous reviewers that hit houses..I suggest they go back to the driving range. The houses are really not a problem. The greens are much more interesting than most public courses. You'll definately like it unless your an idiot.

Reviewed June 28, 2007

Reviewed May 14, 2007

Truly Disappointing

The day started out OK, clubhouse is an improvement over the old eyesore. When you're dropping loads of money for a round on an unremarkable public course ($68 per round incl. cart OUCH) I guess you hope that the clubhouse isn't the best part of the day.

The front 9 is OK. Hole 4 is a nice little par 3. Nothing memorable but not bad either.

The back 9 is SCARY for all the wrong reasons. If you have even a little bit of a slice, you're going to be breaking a window or hitting one of the people who live next to the course. Three guys in my foursome hit slices/fades into the houses with our drives and we're all medium-low handicaps.

After a guy in our foursome damaged one of the houses with his drive and nearly hit a guy who was mowing his lawn, we all put away our woods and teed off with irons the rest of the way out. We played the back 9 with long and middle irons which was zero fun. That didn't seem to matter to the idiots in the foursome in front of us who were driving over the houses on 18 to cut off the dogleg.

They really need to redesign at least 3 or 4 holes on the back 9 to make this course playable for anyone who doesn't hit their drives dead perfect down the center. Until that happens, we won't be going back.

Reviewed April 15, 2007

Seems Like John G. had a bad day

After reading John G.'s report, all I can say is he must not have had a very good score that day. BCCC is a great course. Anyone who says that it is easy does not know what they are talking about. The course record is 65 from the Blues, BCCC is a par 70 course. It is tight. Big hitters who spray the ball will be lucky to make par on a lot of the holes.

Reviewed January 15, 2007

Dull Course, Terrible Value

Average to below average course. Pair that with high greens fees and you have a bad combination.

It's also funny that their GM/Director of Golf is the one who did the 5 star review on this course. If you're going to review your own course and give it 5 stars across the board, at least change your screen name on here LOL!

Reviewed October 18, 2006

good for the money..also with the new clubhouse

I play their quite frequently and must say that for the money it is quite a challenging track good for all levels. The staff is more than friendly and the name makes alot of people think it is private but...it only looks that way as you drive in.....a good time!!!

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  • Latest Scores
  • Overall
Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
1 Robert K. 20 40 20 08/19/11
2 David C. N/A 51 51 07/10/12
3 Michael W. 18 83 65 09/16/07
4 terence B. 20 85 65 06/25/09
5 brooke G. 15 82 67 04/04/12
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Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
22 Corey F. N/A 73 73 11/23/14
28 perry A. 23 104 81 07/05/14
30 mark V. 24 101 77 09/01/13
47 Tom W. N/A 101 101 06/15/13

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About The Bucks Club, Bucks County

The Bucks Club

Golf Only facility

10 tees driving range

18 regulation holes

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Course Staff

Lisa DePaul, General Manager
Chris Grossbach, Golf Professional
Joe Agnew, Superintendent
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