"Play The Turtle"

cart.jpgTurtle Creek Golf Course opened for play August 15th, 1997. Since then, the course has been host to many notable events from the Alex’s Lemonade Stand Event which featured Wayne Player, to golf clinics by Dennis Walters, to wrap parties for the movies ‘The Sixth Sense” and “Unbreakable’. People have celebrated their 40th to 80th birthdays under our tent and some couples thought that Turtle Creek Golf Course was the perfect place to say “I do”. We gladly sponsor the Limerick Police and Limerick Fire Company’s annual outings and we are proud to be the home course for the Spring Ford High School Golf Team.

Our course has matured over the last twenty plus years and with the careful guidance of our superintendent John Welsh,  Turtle Creek Golf Course has become, as Golf Digest put it, “one of the best maintained courses in the area…with the best turf of any course in the Northeast”.

Our clubhouse has a spacious pro shop and sitting area. We have a kitchen for light breakfasts and simple lunches. We grill up Hippy Hot Dogs and Burgers under the tent for those who want a bite on the turn. Our full bar serves up anything from an Arnold Palmer to local handcrafted beers. Sandy always has a batch of Transfusions on hand and our bartender Val is standing by to keep a cold one coming as you relax under the tent.

Turtle Creek Golf Course is a family owned and operated business. We would like to thank our regular players for their patronage over the past twenty seven years. Without you, our success would not be possible. For those who are new to our course, book your tee time today and find out why so many people keep coming back to play “the Turtle”.

Turtle Creek Golf Course
90 Degrees Rule Now at TCGC
Until further notice Turtle Creek will now enforce a strict 90 Degrees rule for carts. 
Hopefully we will get some significant rain soon and this will be lifted.
Thanks for your understanding
 To follow the rule, golfers must:
1 Drive up the cart path until they reach their ball
2 Make a right angle turn to face the ball
3 Drive straight towards the ball
4 Pull up alongside the ball
5 Face the hole
6 Turn right back towards the path