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Linfield National Golf Club
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66 Church Rd Linfield, PA 19468
66 Church RoadUSPennsylvaniaLinfield19468
Golf ClubToday 6AM–10PM
Tuesday 6AM–10PMWednesday 6AM–10PMThursday 6AM–10PMFriday 6AM–10PMSaturday 6AM–10PMSunday 6AM–10PMMonday 6AM–10PM
The biggest draw for Linfield National Golf Club is the unique layout, which combines the elements of a links-style course with the traditional characteristics of water, trees and changing elevations. Play at Linfield National spans 6,164 yards, but the multiple sets of tees make this a great round for a wide range of players, from the novice right on up to the seasoned pro.
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"They added an indoor range with new state of the art golf simulator."
"Great food/bar area."
"He''s primed to be a PGA Tour sensation from our area (in a few years."
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Tod Shedlosky
a year ago
New owner has the course in remarkable condition! Great course, great layout. Great food/bar area. They added an indoor range with new state of the art golf simulator. A++
John Fillippo
a year ago
Low expectations based on word of mouth but pleasantly surprised. Great layout. Overall in good shape. Fairways in very good condition. Greens in good condition but a little bumpy from aeration. Some of the traps needed work - wet spots and a puddle in a few. I gather there is new ownership from reading other reviews. Seems to be working.
Peter Lutes
a year ago
Linfield National Golf Course is getting better every year. They're upgrading about 6 holes a year and clearing brush to make it an even more appealing course. The terrain is varied and offers some unique challenges.
A Google User
5 years ago
A couple weeks ago went to Linfield National (??) to play a round of golf and will not got back any time soon. The course is way over priced for the shape and condition. There is at least 6 to 8 courses with in a half hour that are the same price ($50) or less. Greens, tees and fairways are in rough shape and it is a shame because the lay out of the course is okay. The food was laso over priced with a dog and a drink coming in just below $7. What a shame!
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Clint Weiler
a year ago
It''s early in the year, but the course is in great shape so far. They made some changes to the layout and added a few traps to make it even more challenging, but still it''s a relatively short track in my opinion. Perhaps that''s the one thing I like most about this place... It''s a great course to walk and you get a much better feel for your game if you''re able to do that. On a nice spring day, you''ll get lots of sun and fresh air as the steam from the cooling towers always blows away from the course ;). As for the negative comments regarding the fairways, this was probably in regard to when they were under repair last season. Honestly, I''d be pissed too if I encountered this myself, but it was a necessary evil in order to restore the course to the condition it''s in now. Highly recommended. NOTE: Joshua Ryan, a 10 year old from Norristown, plays this course frequently. He finished 3rd place in the Augusta National first Drive, Chip and Putt Championship on April 6th. He''s primed to be a PGA Tour sensation from our area (in a few years).
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gary hirthler
2 years ago
I just read the 2 negative reviews about Linfield National. I played there 2 weeks ago and the course I played is beautiful. Tee to green I thought it was in great shape! The 2 negative reviews are 2 and 4 years old. This was my first trip so whoever is working the grounds now knows what they are doing. Great views too. I live an hour away in Pineville, PA but will be back there soon. In the fall it has to be awesome too with the leaves turning.
Matt Salmons
2 years ago
Have played there a few times this year and will definitely be one of my regular courses going forward. Love the layout as each hole is very different than the one you just played. Nothing repetitive about this course. It's always is in good shape and the staff is extremely friendly. Can't think of a single con with this course, always have a great time there.
A Google User
7 years ago
While Linfield is relatively inexpensive and the staff is friendly, the course itself is just not in good shape..except for the sand traps. The tees were 3/10 with a couple closed. The greens were essentially sandboxes with a little grass on them. Also, as previously mentioned you need to keep your head on a swivel. The course is very tight and fairly wooded, which means with a lot of hacks out there you will be hearing fore....a lot. The holes are a decent design.. some pretty difficult. There are much better courses nearby for about the same money.
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