The Middletown Country Club has been a Lower Bucks County staple for nearly 110 years, providing area golfers challenge and opportunity at a reasonable price.
Over the years it's lost some land to growth of the community, but one think it's always kept is it's hometown course feeling and strong customer service.
Reopened a month ago after the Governor removed restrictions due to COVID-19, Middletown has been bustling with activity.
"Of course we are doing our part to social distance and follow CDC guidelines," explained head professional Dan Hoban. "The players have been enthusiastic about our reopening, and our tee sheets have been bustling with activity. The course is in good shape, and we are doing our best to make this a fine experience for our customers."
Over the last year architect Tyler Raw has provided his expertise in sprucing up the course, originally opened in 1913.
New greens were installed on holes 11 and 13, allowing for more playability and options for hole placement.
"With the change came more usable hole positions, giving us options we didn't have before. We cleared our a few trees, improved overall conditions and are very happy with the response," added Hoban. "Also, we purchased 75 new carts, a wonderful addition."
The 6,100-yard, par 69 Langhorne layout is fun for players of all abilities. A very nice place to play a round of golf.