Nestled amidst the manicured gardens and lush greens in historic Ivyland, Bucks County you will find the private country club Spring Mill. This is one of the finest conditional golf courses in the area. We are constantly upgrading our facilities to provide our members and guests with a golf experience second to none. You will find consistent greens, tight fairways, and strategically placed hazards providing a true test of golf.
Spring Mill Athletic Club & Swim Club provides our members with state of the art fitness equipment and classes along with the Olympic size outdoor pool.
Full golf memberships as well as social memberships are available on a limited basis. Richard W. Buthe, CCM, CEC, General Manager, would be happy to arrange your personal tour and membership options that are available.
Spring Mill Country Club is the perfect place to host your corporate and organizational golf outings. We will do everything possible to make your players' experience second to none.
Packages and pricing are available by contacting the Banquet Sales Department.
Weddings, Bar/Bat Mitzvahs and other special events can be hosted in the private Ballroom of Spring Mill Country Club. This year we will unveil our new Outdoor Gazebo Wedding Ceremony Garden. Customized packages and menus as well as personal tours can be arranged through the Banquet Sales Department.
Spring Mill Country Club, located in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, is a private club that has an 18-hole championship golf course along with a magnificent clubhouse and a separate banquet facility.
In addition to these amenities, Spring Mill also has an athletic club, swimming pool, an 18-hole pitch and putt course, lighted practice range, and mini-golf. Originally, the Spring Mill property was named Heuscher Farm, a “truck farm” that grew vegetables. This prime location of 186 acres was purchased by a group of people that were members of Whitemarsh CC in Pennsylvania and members of Laurel Oaks CC in New Jersey.
In 1968, the stockholders proudly opened their public golf course and named it Bryn Llawen GC. In addition to the championship golf course, the 18-hole pitch and putt course, practice range, and mini-golf were opened as well. During this time, Mr. and Mrs. Hap Carr, long time Montgomery County residents, became business partners. In 1972, Hap Carr became president and he renamed the golf course High Point GC because the 16th tee was the highest point of elevation in Bucks County.
High Point GC and the entire property were sold to Peter DePaul in 1986, who is still the owner today. He changed the name to Spring Mill and the club became a private facility as it is now. Today the golf course has undergone many changes since the DePaul family has been managing Spring Mill Country Club. Cart paths from tee to green now wind their way through the golf course, five ponds with fountains in the middle have been added, beautiful plant life and colorful flowers enhance the landscaping that surrounds the tees and greens, and over 600 planted blossoming trees provide definition to the once wide open golf course.
Spring Mill is a par 72 course and is known for its long length from the Championship back tees, which measure 7320 yards. The Blue tees measure a comfortable 6626 yards, White tees 6289 yards, and the Red tees 5589 yards.
Spring Mill has hosted many golf championships over the years. The Sandiego Open originally was scheduled here. In 1994, the Trenton District held its J. Willard Hoffman Amateur Match Play Championship at Spring Mill. In addition, the Golf Association of Philadelphia has seen several of its events played over the beautiful landscaped golf course of Spring Mill Country Club.