|Northampton Country Club|
|Course||Par 72 | 6,548 yards|
|NCC Website||Club History|
|2012 Lafayette Invitational|
Northampton Country Club is a par-72, 6,548-yard course that was established in 1899. The course was designed by golf course architect Robert White, a contemporary of Donald Ross, A. W. Tillinghast and Dr. Alister Mackenzie. White was the first President of the PGA of America and instrumental in the formation of the American Society of Golf Course Architects and is one of the Charter Members of the Society. The style of course design is befitting of the Classic era.
NCC is located seven miles from the College Hill campus near Route 33. The championship course features a practice putting green, a short range practice area and a practice range with yardage markers from 85 to 255 yards. In addition to serving as Lafayette's home practice and competition venue, it is also home to the annual Lafayette Invitational in the spring.