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2400 W Main St
Norristown, PA  19403-3071
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Jeffersonville Course

18 hole regulation length course

Municipal golf course

70 par | 6,443 yards | 119 slope

69.6 rating | Other grass

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Jeffersonville Golf Course

The 18-hole "Jeffersonville" course at the Jeffersonville Golf Club facility in Norristown, Pennsylvania features 6,443 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 70. The course rating is 69.6 and it has a slope rating of 119 on Other grass. Designed by Donald J. Ross, ASGCA, the Jeffersonville golf course opened in 1931. Michael Housley, PGA manages the course as the Golf Professional.


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Reviewed May 19, 2013

A challenging course if you aren't accurate. I won't play this course again though. The ranger on this course was terrible, the TWOsome in front of our FOURsome got a hole ahead of our group and he followed us for 5 holes even though the group behind us was a hole behind also. The course was nice but not worth that hassle. There are better courses around there that I would rather go to.

Reviewed February 16, 2013

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Reviewed August 14, 2012

Jeffersonville is a pretty cool course with its strength being some unique and interesting holes. It plays like a shorter course than it is primarily because of the long par 5 6th. Although not overly challenging, it does provide a nice balance between being easy enough to make quality shots, yet not to the extreme of pinpoint accuracy. The greens were fair and average in speed while the general maintainance was good, but not great. While the fairways were fine, anything off of them didn't seem to get much attention. The other thing that kind of is a problem is that too many tee boxes are to close to other holes. Consequently, you often find yourself either waiting for golfers to tee off on other holes or feel uncomfortable teeing off knowing they are waiting and watching you. The value, $29 to walk twilight weekend is at the threshold of a fair value. Anything more, it wouldn't be worth it. Mainland is a similar style golf course a half an hour away and is a much better deal, but again, the value is at the high point, but fair. They do have logo balls for the logo ball lover like myself, a huge plus. A cute course, would play again. Overall rating B.

Reviewed September 05, 2011

The course is usually in very good shape. Thats where the positives end though. I have played there 4 straight times now where the course played ridiculously slow. They jam as many groups as they can into a single tee time. So if you want to play as a twosome, forget about it. Not to mention the rangers NEVER drive around to see why the teams on the course are not moving. I have been stuck behind people who have no clue what they are doing or understand the etiquette of golf. Another time I got stuck behind a father and 3 kids. The kids spent more time goofing around in the fairways and throwing things at each other than actually golfing. Again, where are the rangers? Very nice course, but not worth all the aggravation. Plays WAY too slow. If you decide to golf here, plan on a 5 hour round at least.

Reviewed April 23, 2011

The pin placements here have ALWAYS been well thought out and challenging. If you don't want to improve, play elsewhere. If you want a fun course to play, this is it.
The course had been hit with a lot of rain this month (April) and is still in GREAT shape.

Reviewed September 18, 2009

Reviewed September 03, 2009

Reviewed August 24, 2009

A nice course. They need better markers and there are too many very short par 4s. The price is right and the course is challenging enough. A word of warning, use one less club than you think you need to get there. Also, some of the greens were inspired by a crack addled Putt-Putt course designer - if you have the ability (which I don't) choose wisely where you park on the green.

Reviewed July 20, 2009

A group of 12 of us played here on June 27,2009. They were very accomondating so that we could all have tee-times right behind one another. Pleasant if they came around and ask if you could speed up your game. I would definitely recommend and will play again the next time in town.

Reviewed June 28, 2009

Reviewed April 30, 2009

Reasonably busy for 8am on a weekday. Very friendly staff. Course is in pretty good shape, nicely trimmed and mowed and looking very green, I didn't notice any maintenance issues as mentioned in last year's reviews. Most greens were recently aerated so maybe a bit bumpier than normal. The course does play harder than it looks and sand has something to do with it. I found 6 bunkers, mostly off the tee. From the blue tees the par 3s play pretty long except #4 which is only a wedge/9 from the tips. It's pretty noisy on the course with roads lining a handful of holes, a business parking lot near a teebox and also a firehouse siren decided to add to the fun today. There isn't much scenery to speak of. All in all I'll probably play here again, it's decent value.

Reviewed April 29, 2009

When I played this course, they were aerating (spelling) the greens on the back nine, so only played the front. Deceptively challenging for a course that sits out in the open. Strategic traps keep errant shots intact. Interesting tract of land in such a busy area of the state. The par 3 8th hole is a very challenging hole with water in front, tree to left and bunker to right...must hit precise shot at over 200 yards. Not enough to bring me back to course.

Reviewed December 01, 2008

The ratings are back and forth on this course but one thing is for sure. If you can't play you can't play, don't go blaming the course. There are parts about this course that really beat you up. There are holes (like the par 5 6th) that are a little outlandish. But this course is not for the faint of heart. It's not for the weak and weary. It is plain and simple a Donald Ross course. It is meant to do that to you. You have to be accurate, that's all there is to it. If you take a course management approach a bogey golfer can shoot in the low 80s, you just can't overpower this course. But the value is great, especially if you want to become a member, the rates are excellent. The maintenance is always good. The clubhouse is nice. The beer's cheap, so are the hot dogs. What more could a golfer want?

Reviewed August 17, 2008

That last pair of posted comments (from this same month, August 2008) caused me great concern, because I played the updated/renovated Jeffersonville course 2 years ago & recalled it fondly as a tough but fair test, in fine condition for a public track, at a very modest price. So to see for myself--heavens forbid--what may have happened to the venue, I dragged 3 buddies out there for an 8:53 round on Friday morning, August 15th. And here's what this bogey golfer thinks: #1--The course was in great condition, with the exceptions of a single green on the back 9 that I'd term a tad "patchy" & some bunkers in need of new sand. The tees were in decent shape; the fairways, newly mowed, were eminently playable; the rough perhaps could have been shaggier (at the expense of speedy play, of course); the greens all rolled quick & true. I simply couldn't fathom what those menopausal nit-pickers were talking about! #2--No way can you top for value the $40 fee on a summer Friday, for a layout designed by Himself, Donald Ross. #3--It was truly & pleasantly surprising that we 4, while averaging 99 strokes on a "muni" & while letting an older 2-some play through, still managed all 18 holes in less than 4 hours! #4--We opted to stop into the grill for beverages & victuals after the round & found everything on the menu to be nicely priced. What impressed us even more was how good the food was. Der Zemp boldly proclaimed, "That may be the 40,000th cheesesteak I've eaten, & it was easily the most delicious." Nothing but empty plates & big smiles of satisfaction from Fish & Big Jim. As for my own selection, the $6 turkey club on toasted rye, I could only deem it nonpareil in all respects, especially with that ripe Jersey tomato causing my taste buds to do a happy little jig. We guys all got way more than we payed for, both on the course & afterwards, & we'll go back to "The Jeff" in a heartbeat, with bells on. My final remark is that I paid some $60 total for the venture, but felt I received no less than $85 of enjoyment overall. You just can't beat that, even with a 2-iron!

Reviewed August 13, 2008

Ever play a course with a hole that just doesn't seem to fit your eye no matter how many times you play it? It's often not even a particularly difficult hole; but for some reason you can never get comfortable with it. This is how I feel about this entire course. There are several good holes, including #1 which takes a nice tee ball over the bunker to set up well for the approach, but most aren't really anything special, and some are just plain awful like #3. The length isn't daunting from the tips compared to some other courses in the area, and most of the fairways are pretty wide open. So it should be readily playable and even enjoyable. But I've never found it to be either; instead, I find it to be an uninspiring grind -- not because of the course difficulty -- but because the overall "tone" of the course just seems dull and dismal to me. Not the most objective observation, I know, but there's just a kind of deadening sameness to the lay out and juxtaposition of holes here that sucks the life out of the game. It's the kind of course where you can't wait to get done with a hole rather than can't wait to play it -- and it's pretty much that way for all 18. Oh, and the reviewer just below is correct -- can't understand how anyone can praise the condition of this ratty place. Tee boxes worn and torn up; crab grass in the fairways; thin, patchy rough; muddy bunkers. Greens are okay, though. Well, at least the price is about right....

Reviewed August 04, 2008

I cannot understand how anyone can rate this course so highly. I played this course last week and it was terrible:

1. The place was seriously overbooked. The persons in front of us were hackers, the persons in front of them were hackers, etc., etc. Apparently, Jeffersonville does not even know their golfers well enough to know that no one playing that day could have shot under 100
2. The tees were littered with cigarettes and cigar butts and were chopped up terribly
3. There was no cart girl/guy all day on Saturday
4. The clubhouse has little to no food
5. The pin placement cards were incorrect on the day
6. The roughs were so thin that it was like hitting off dirt and gravel
7. The green cups were evidently not recently holed
8. Several holes had wasp/hornet nests near the green

Enough said. There are so many better courses in the area, including Westover which is right down the street. $50+ for a round of golf at an unkempt public course is way too much to pay.

Reviewed July 06, 2008

Reviewed May 25, 2008

This is a great course, restored to it's 1931 layout. There are some really long par fours on this course which can be quite challenging for any player.

Reviewed May 21, 2008

Beautiful course. Alot of fun to play. Very well maintained.

Reviewed May 15, 2008

Overall the course is good. The traps are placed in all the right places for miss hits.


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  • Latest Scores
  • Overall
Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
1 David S. 11 75 64 06/26/10
2 Gordon P. 26 88 66 05/25/12
3 James L. 15 82 67 06/06/09
4 ron F. 18 85 67 10/18/07
5 Nick D. 23 90 67 05/12/07
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Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
22 Jerry A. 14 85 71 11/04/18
2 Gordon P. 22 97 75 06/24/16
2 Gordon P. 22 92 71 06/17/16
2 Gordon P. 22 92 70 05/27/16

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About Jeffersonville

Jeffersonville Golf Club

Golf Only facility

18 regulation holes

Awards at Jeffersonville

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Course Staff

Michael Housley, PGA, Golf Professional
Rich Shilling, Superintendent

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6253 yards, par 70
1.1 miles from center of Norristown

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