Yards: 2855/2920 - 5775 (Proposed)
Par: 34/35 - 69
Rating: NA, Slope: NA
Score: 18 (3 Holes)
Date: July 29, 2009
Heritage Creek Golf Club is a Par 71 golf course that is being developed in Central Bucks County. It's architect is Kelly Blake Morgan, whose other area designs include Lederach Golf Club and The Club at Morgan Hill in Easton. The course will be part of the Golf Club Estates at Heritage Creek, an upscale housing community being developed by the Mignatti Companies. So far, only holes 6 through 12 have been built.
Despite the threats of thunder storms, my cousin and I attempted to play at Heritage Creek this afternoon. Currently, you can pay to play 6, 12 or 18 holes. Each 6 you play, you can play from a different set of tees and each hole has two pin locations--a red and a blue. Because of the impending bad weather, we opted to try for 12. We heard rumblings of thunder as we teed off and managed to get through three holes before the heavens opened up with a heavy rain. We managed to make it back to our cars, but not before we were soaked. We were given rain checks for 9 holes at a future date.
While you can tell that Heritage Creek is a work in progress, the fairways and greens are in exceptional shape. These greens were probably the best I have putted on this year. If this is an indication of what is to come, Heritage Creek will be a spectacular addition in the area golfing landscape.
A few more photos of Heritage Creek: