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The ACE Club was designed a 311-acre site in Lafayette Hill by Gary Player in 2002. The course measures 7,500 from the tips and features five tee placements on each hole. Player incorporated rolling topography, meandering streams, shimmering lakes, vast swatches of mature trees, open spaces, pristine wetland habitat, natural rock outcroppings and historic architectural sites. Its design, engineering and maintenance strategy make the course environmentally friendly, earning the elite Silver Signature Series designation in the Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Program.
The ACE Club also offers a two tiered driving range featuring ProV1 golf balls and six target greens, an oversize putting green as well as two additional acres dedicated to iron and wedge practice, which include fairways and bunkers. It has a 35,000 square-foot clubhouse complimented with wireless technology, Bobby Jones Boardroom with teleconference capabilities, and the Wall Street Journal and USA Today placed in the lounges every morning. Members can also enjoy the 120 room hotel and conference center that is located on the property.