2000 Quicksilver Rd,
Midway, Pennsylvania 15060
18 holes. Mainly open parkland. Undulating terrain - several slopes to climb.
Woodland & open countryside.
2 mi N of Midway / 19 mi W of Pittsburgh.
Quicksilver GC (using an alternative name for mercury) came into being in 1988 when Pittsburgh businessman Bob Murphy bought the aging Fallen Timber Golf Course. He transformed the coyrse into a more demanding and much-upgraded layout, while also adding a dazzling new clubhouse.
The layout's greens were rebuilt, mounds were constructed and 75 bunkers were added. Local golfers bestowed a new nickname on the course, the "Monster of the Midway." Murphy sold the facility in 2002 to Chuck and Ed Long.
Visitors welcome on weekdays and weekends.
Must book in advance.
Credit cards accepted. Contact club for full details, discounts, packages, etc. [Last updated: 2018].
Walking permitted at all times. Golf carts are fitted with GPS.
Pittsburgh businessman Bob Murphy bought the aging Fallen Timber Golf Course in 1988. He transformed it into Quicksilver, a more demanding and much-upgraded layout, with a dazzling new clubhouse. Greens were rebuilt, mounds were constructed and 75 bunkers were added to the golf course, creating the nickname "Monster of the Midway." Murphy sold the facility in 2002 to Chuck and Ed Long. | Quicksilver is an alternative name for the liquid metal mercury.
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