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Formed in 1916 when Doylestown featured mostly farms and about 1,600 residents, the original vision of Doylestown Country Club was crafted by five founders. They secured 71 acres of farm land that featured streams, ponds, rolling hills surrounded by beautiful trees at a rental price $1,100 per year. It began as a 9-hole course that sometimes featured sheep or cows as hazards in the fairways. In 1945, the group and its members officially purchased the land, and within 10 years built a clubhouse and pool. In 1963, an additional 70 acres was purchased, and expanded to a full 18 holes. Major clubhouse upgrades and facilities expansions took place in 1972 and again in 1997, but at the cornerstone of the property remains one of the original buildings from the first farm land to remind members of the Club’s humble beginnings more than 100 years ago. Thanks to the vision of Dr. Frank B. Swartzlander, Dr. Joseph Swartzlander, Dr. Felix X. Murphy, J. Carroll Molloy Sr. and William R. Mercer, the Doylestown Country Club continues to be one of the premier private member experiences in Bucks County.