|Silver Creek Country Club|
|Course||Par 72 | 6,655 yards|
|Related Links||Silver Creek CC Website||Club History||Directions|
Silver Creek Country Club is a par-72, 6,655-yard course that was established in 1934. The course was designed by famed golf course architect Donald Ross.
Silver Creek CC is located 13 miles from the College Hill campus. Nestled in the hills of Hellertown, Pa. and embraced by meandering streams, it is a 27-hole facility that features a championship course and the "hill" nine. The facility features a practice putting green, a short range practice area and a practice range with yardage markers from 50 to 275 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.