Turtle Creek Golf Course
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303 W Ridge Pike
Limerick, PA 19468-1717, United States
Turtle Creek Golf Course opened for play August 15th, 1997 with a design by Pittsburgh-based architect Edward M. Beidel, Jr. This parkland-style design has water on more than half the holes and plays from 5,131 to 6,702.
Walking is permitted on weekdays only at $31. Otherwise the rates with a cart are $49 weekdays, $67 on weekends and holidays.
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smatthews - 7/1/13
Course was in good shape for all of the recent rain. Pace of play was slow, even on a weekday morning. Staff was very friendly.
grumpter - 8/22/12
Always seems to be in good condition and people seem to do a better job of repairing greens here as opposed to Bella Vista.
vskb - 9/8/11
Great course, better turf. The greens look boring, but they can tend to be tricky.
yocassidy - 6/22/11
Pace of play is really slow. Course is not interesting. Greens were is bad shape in June. Nobody fixes ball marks.
HotBacon - 6/16/10
Excellent condition! The front 9 is wide open (hardly any trees anywhere), but the back 9 tightens up a bit. Greens are large, receptive, farily quick, and roll true.
Not sure about the typical price, but $15 at twilight can't be beat.
djc2013 - 6/11/10
Course is always in great shape. Fairways and greens are excellent. Rough is always high, so it can be tough to score well.
lefty713 - 8/28/09
Well maintained, large greens, heavy rough. No houses on the course. Solid, basic course.
gamisiking - 5/30/09
One of the most overpriced courses in the area. Boring layout, but grass is always real green and the greens are almost always in great shape. Not hard to do that considering the family that owns it have been turf farmers for 3 generations. Some of the rudest people I have ever seen running a golf course are at this place. Go a few miles up the road to Bella Vista or Hickory Valley for much better courses and more courteous staffs.
thehiggman - 4/6/09
Good condition for early April. Greens a little slow but heavy rain earlier probably meant they could not cut. Rough was high.
MikeHiggz - 8/7/15
Best Score: 36*