Yardley Country Club
About Yardley Country Club
Historic Yardley Country Club dates back to 1928 and has been a cornerstone of the Bucks County, Pennsylvania community.
The classic Alex and Fred Findlay design stretches to 6,379 yards in a pleasant, rolling parkland setting. It has been walked by such legends as Johnny Farrell, Gene Sarazen and Sam Snead. Hallmarks of the course throughout the years are exceptional conditions, highlighted by the greens and a layout playable for all levels of golfers.
Avid or new golfers have access to an array of instruction programs, individual lessons and junior camps. The golf shop also features custom clubfitting and the best in golf equipment and apparel. The official 19th hole of Yardley C.C. is Alexander's, a pub featuring drinks, appetizers, salads, sandwiches, burgers and full entrees as well as in-season specials. Alexander's is open to members of the club and non-members alike. Special events throughout the season at the club include live concerts, comedy and theme nights.