Nestled in historic Bucks County, Makefield Highlands Golf Club resides on the former Pleasant Valley Estate Farm with history traced to the early eighteenth century.
In 2004, 168 acres of the original Penn Grant made to Thomas Bond (c. 1718) for land extending beyond the current location North and East to the Delaware River, became what is now Makefield Highlands Golf Club. The stone Manor House is a registered historical landmark and sets the stage for a perfect day spent golfing and dining.
Designed by Rick Jacobson, the links style golf course playing up to 7,058 yards with five sets of tees has been recognized by Golf Week Magazine as the #9 Golf Course You Can Play in PA (2013) and by Golf Range Association of America as one of the Top 50 Public Range Facilities. Makefield Highlands also hosts numerous events including the Lower Bucks County Pro-Am and the Golf Association of Philadelphia U.S. Open Qualifier.
Makefield Highlands, Redefining Public Golf!