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519 Yukon Road
Madison, PA  15663
United States
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Madison Course

18 hole regulation length course

Public golf course

72 par | 6,847 yards | 130 slope

72.4 rating | Bent grass

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Madison Golf Course

The 18-hole "Madison" course at the The Madison Club facility in Madison, Pennsylvania features 6,847 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72. The course rating is 72.4 and it has a slope rating of 130 on Bent grass. Madison golf course opened in 1997. Bill Sarsfield manages the course as the General Manager.

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Time5am - 9pm
Price $0 - $500
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Reviewed November 11, 2017

The Madison club is a public jewel built on an old farmland. I used to hunt this land as a kid.

The course, while above average for the area, is not especially scenic. It is, however a really nice course for the money when they run specials.... which is often.

I've mostly found Madison Club to be well maintained, with nice soft fairways and well maintained greens. The course has some nice risk-reward holes and some par 3 holes that are a great challenge. There have been times where I was disappointed with the course, but those usually coincide with dry spells or too much rain in the area.

I would like to see them get GPS... it's nice enough course to have it. take a rangefinder because yardages are hard to determine.

All in all it's a nice course with a friendly professional staff. It may not be a professional course but it's usually above par.

Reviewed April 17, 2010

Played here last June- Nice layout, but other than that, WOW, what a stinker this was. Fairways burnt out, rough even worse, tee boxes okay but half the yardages signs were falling apart or on the ground, lol, the greens were bumpy and 3 different colors, ALOT OF DISEASE, obviously. Greens were hard and didnt roll true. Just a really bad experience all around.

Reviewed May 21, 2009

This course is OK, but does not measure up to the Cedarbrook Gold course, which is only a few miles west.

Reviewed June 15, 2008

Reviewed June 05, 2008

Best fairways in the area in my opinion. Good greens, challenging yet manageable. My favorite local course hands down.

Reviewed October 12, 2007

Best course that I have ever played in my life. Pace of play was great and so was the staff. The man that was running the Cart Building, Tony was his name, was courteous and kept the pace of play at a screaming 3.5 hour round. The rough was spectacular, the fairways were great for iron shots, and the greens were rolling at about a 10 on the stimp. I must say that this is one of THE GREATEST golf courses in Southwestern PA.

Reviewed October 08, 2007

Reviewed October 01, 2007

Played course for 1st and last time on Sun 9/30. At $49 it is pricey....have played many other virtually similar courses for much less $. Many blind shots made it difficult for those unfamiliar. Rough had been torn up in many places by raccoons. The tee boxes were less than ideal. And the riding cart barely had enough power to climb any grade. As a result we played somewhat slowly. It turned out that slow play is not tolerated on this course. At hole 9 we were asked to step it up. At the turn they let a twosome play thru (we were a four). It seemed to me at the time that if we were playing too slowly, they would have said something well prior to hole 9. Letting the group behind play thru at the turn simply made everything slow down further. We were met on the tee at hole 11 by the ranger who informed us that we were being ordered to skip the hole and proceed to 12. We objected to this treatment to no avail. An argument ensued and at that we demanded and received a full refund. All I can say is that this so-called ranger has no business running a golf course or anything else for that matter. In more than 30 years of golf, I have never been treated so shabbily at any other golf course. This guy was/is a joke....absolutely ridiculous. We won't be back and anyone out there thinking of playing here better bring your running shoes or face the wrath of the goof running the place.

Reviewed September 14, 2007

Enjoyed this course very much. Paid $39 which included cart. Excellent greens and tee boxes. The many blind shots, however, made this the kind of course you'd like to play more than once.

Reviewed August 24, 2007

Very pretty course and not too hard to find. Plays fair as long as you stay where you are supposed too be.

Reviewed June 28, 2007

Reviewed June 08, 2007

Worth the Trip

Played this terrific course on 6-8-07. A little hard to find, but worth the investment. Superior design: no two holes alike, and not much parallelling of fairways. Lots of elevation change: not a walkable course. Many blind tee shots, and quite a number of blind second shots, too. A number of shots from elevated fairways to lower greens, and many of these greens are reverse sloped, so the ball runs away; some real challenges. Not too much sand, but well placed, and playable. Being off the fairway is a very unhappy place to be at Madison: lots of trees and dense rough, ad worse, some serious hillsides. If you're having a bad driver day, pull the 3 wood or something that will keep you in the short grass. Conditions were very good: Tee boxes were, surprisingly, a little rough, esecially the par 3's: fairways were one notch short of lush - in very nice shape: greens are medium large, most are sloped, many are crowned, and all were smooth and fast: bunkers were in good shape. Scorecard has the layout of each hole, but in several cases, we rode up to look ahead, since the landing area(s) were not visible from the tee. Suggest that when you first play the course, you try to do so with someone who's familiar with it, as local knowledge is vital. No drinking water on the course - was told that the local water authorities required some extraordinary effort, so the course management removed the water cans. Staff was uniformly good: courteous, knoweldgeable, and eager to have players return. Clubhouse is newish, nd has all the usual stuff, including some private banquet rooms. Pro shop, though small, is stocked with logo merchandise, and the necessities. As I said, not the easiest place to find, but very much worth the trip. I will be back!

Reviewed March 14, 2007

pittsburgh's premier public golf course

A very well manicured golf course. Tees accomodate different skill levels. Restaurant menu is loaded with burgers and appetizers. Very easy to find, right off of route 70. Not many trees, but the fescue can be penalizing. Highly recommended for all levels of golfers. Staff is very professional. Go Play the Club today.

Reviewed December 09, 2006


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  • Latest Scores
  • Overall
Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
1 Stanley P. N/A 55 55 07/08/13
2 purdie M. 14 84 70 09/07/08
3 Timothy M. 10 82 72 10/15/07
4 Mike R. 18 90 72 06/08/13
5 Brian G. 25 97 72 07/05/12
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Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
31 Kristin B. N/A 111 111 06/27/16

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About The Madison Club

The Madison Club

Golf Only facility

15 tees driving range

18 regulation holes

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Course Staff

Bill Sarsfield, General Manager
John McClarren, Superintendent
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