Turtle Creek Golf Course opened for play August 15th, 1997. Since then, the course has been host to many notable events from the Alex's Lemonade Stand Event which featured Wayne Player, to golf clinics by Dennis Walters, to wrap parties for the movies 'The Sixth Sense" and "Unbreakable'. People have celebrated their 40th to 80th birthdays under our tent and some couples thought that Turtle Creek Golf Course was the perfect place to say "I do". We gladly sponsor the Limerick Police and Limerick Fire Company's annual outings and we are proud to be the home course for the Spring Ford High School Golf Team.
The Spring Hollow Golf Club is an 18 hole championship golf course. The Course opened in 1994 in the hills of northern Chester County. Architect John Thompson created a layout that blends in the features of this one time dairy farm on the grounds of the state owned hospital, Pennhurst. The par 70, 6008 yard layout has five par 3's, three par 5's and ten par 4's which results in a variety of shots. Meadows that define some of the holes were left in place and they give the course a natural look and feel. From one side of the course to the other there is a 110 foot change in elevation. Water hazards in the form of wetlands, creeks, and ponds come into play on six of the golf holes. The frequent and often dramatic elevation changes affords the players not only challenging shot selections, but also beautiful views of the surrounding area.
The Schuylkill River Heritage Area is the birthplace of the movements that shaped the nation, fueled its growth, and reclaimed its future. It was along the banks of this river and its tributaries that the American, Industrial, and Environmental Revolutions were born. Explore the stories, visit the places, and experience the region's vitality by visiting the Schuylkill River Heritage Area.
Located in Limerick Township, Montgomery County, Raven's Claw Golf Club is one of the premiere golf and residential communities in Southeastern Pennsylvania. Designed by Ed Shearon of Shearon Golf, the course has been laid out with a variety of hole styles, many of which have been carved from rolling hills and mature wooded areas that require creative shot-making with stunning views. With bentgrass tees, greens and fairways, this championship course provides playability and a challenge for golfers of all skill levels on a layout that stretches from 4,834 to 6,941yards.
We are a family owned, public golf facility located 45 minutes north-west of Philadelphia, PA in scenic Chester County. Our club was established in 1985. The course is in the rolling hills of an Ice Age Glacier that cut through Phoenixville, now named The Great Valley. We offer more than just challenging golfing and beautiful vistas. In addition to 18 holes of scenic parkland golf, we offer natural turf driving range, putting green, and 19th Hole. You don't have to be a member to play. We are glad to see new faces around the course.
Moccasin Run Golf Course was developed in 1986 from the King family farm into an 18 hole golf club and opened for play in 1988. Family owned and operated, it offers family hospitality and courtesy to all. Moccasin Run is a par 72 golf course and is known for having the best conditions in Chester County and Chester County's best kept secret. Moccasin Run continues to evolve and grow and continually offers new, enjoyable and challenging experiences for golfers. The pro shop at Moccasin Run offers a wide variety of goods, including all name brands, and our friendly personnel provide professional club fitting. If its improvement you need, our golf club PGA Professional Rod King can help you tune up your game.
Established in 1928, the Manor Golf Club is one of the oldest public courses in Eastern PA. Located conveniently between Philadelphia, Lancaster and Allentown in Sinking Spring, PA, the Manor Golf Club offers a true test of golf on a traditional championship-style golf course where shot making takes precedence over length. After your round the Manor Golf Club provides golfers an intimate snack bar with daily lunch specials. A fully stocked bar serves your favorite refreshments daily in a cozy clubhouse with seating for 25. If you prefer the outdoors, a shaded outdoor porch overlooking the course seats an additional 20 golfers.
Loch Nairn is a public facility located 5 miles south of beautiful Longwood Gardens just off Route 1 in Southern Chester County. This championship shot makers course with tree lined fairways, wetlands, streams and lakes demands precision shots to interesting undulating bent grass greens. Whatever your skill level, this is a course you will want to play again and again.
Located just minutes from King of Prussia, in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, we are a multifunction public facility, uniquely suited to satisfy the recreational, professional, and social requirements of individuals, businesses, and organizations. At Limerick Golf Club, we pride ourselves in our versatility. Opportunities are available for you, your business associates, your friends and your family to enjoy our country surroundings in many ways. It's a peaceful place to spend the day, and a great setting for celebrating, meeting people, talking shop, and building friendships. Limerick Golf Course is built on rolling terrain with tree-lined fairways. The undulating greens are very well maintained, and water features come into play on some holes. In addition, a variety of other natural hazards have been designed into the course.
For nearly 50 years, Kimberton Golf Club in Phoenixville, Pennsylvania has welcomed golfers to play a round of golf. Opened in 1962 Kimberton, and designed by George Fazio, our course is known as the location for golf the whole family can enjoy. Each year new golfer are tested by our challenging 18 holes of golf. Tournaments and golf outings at Kimberton Golf Club are great ways to get together on the golf course. Be sure to take a look at what options are available to your group this year.
The 18-hole "Ingleside" course at the Ingleside Golf Club facility in Thorndale, Pennsylvania features 5,106 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 68 . The course rating is 64.1 and it has a slope rating of 112 on Rye grass. Ingleside golf course opened in 1957. Chris Ward manages the course as the General Manager/Superintendent.
Hopewell Furnace showcases an early American industrial landscape from natural resource extraction to enlightened conservation. Operating from 1771-1883, Hopewell and other "iron plantations" laid the foundation for the transformation of the United States into an industrial giant. The park's 848 acres and historic structures illustrate the business, technology and lifestyle of our growing nation.
Honeybrook Golf Club sits along the historic West Branch of the Brandywine Creek, among the Amish farms of Chester County, Pennsylvania. The course is a mixture of wide-open links, tree-lined fairways and subtle elevation changes that combine natural beauty and a great golf layout. Protected wetlands weave throughout to form breathtaking vistas and memorable target greens. Once you cross the creek, you'll escape from the outside world and hear nothing but the clip-clop of horse-drawn buggies and the chirping of the birds. The atmosphere is friendly and laid back. Turf conditions are superb. This attention to quality golf, along with the simple beauty of the environment, breeds a loyal following who call Honeybrook their home.
The 18-hole "Hawk Valley" course at the Hawk Valley Golf Club, Inc. facility in Denver, Pennsylvania features 6,743 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72 . The course rating is 70.3 and it has a slope rating of 132. Designed by William F. Gordon, ASGCA, the Hawk Valley golf course opened in 1970. James Fricke manages the course as the Owner.
Foxchase Golf Club opened in May 1991. A public course that "provides a country club facility available to the public golfer." Excellent course conditions, quick rounds, outstanding customer service and one of the best practice facilities in the county. An enforced dress code along with a fully stocked pro shop and large practice area, gives the serious golfer a place to call home and register their handicap. Foxchase appears to be wide open but looks can be deceiving. Out of bounds lurks on eleven holes, deep tall grass on fifteen holes and three huge ponds can effect your score on seven different holes as well. Throw in a bunch of pines, fifty traps, nine dog-legs, huge quick greens and 6607 yards and an 85 average shooter can scramble to shoot in the 90's.
The Flying Hills Golf Course weaves its way through the award winning residential development of Flying Hills and the surrounding open space of the community. Flying Hills Golf Course features numerous rolling hills, streams, and densely wooded areas were you will often spot deer during your round of play. Flying Hills Golf Course is a par 70 playing to around 6000 yards, with undulating greens and plethora of pines and doglegs. Finishing up your round of golf, the last hole is highlighted by the over-the-lake shot on the signature 18th hole. This course is a pleasure to play by all skill levels, but even the most skilled players will enjoy the challenge to execute precise ball striking to better their score!
The 9-hole "Exeter" course at the Exeter Golf Course facility in Reading, Pennsylvania features 2,775 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 35 . Exeter golf course opened in 1953. Barry Stoltfus manages the course as the Golf Professional.
Downingtown Country Club is recognized as a leader in elegant weddings and banquets. Whether you're here to celebrate an anniversary, dinner for two, or tying the knot, Downingtown Country Club has the accommodations for you. With more than 40 years of experience dating back to its days as the Downingtown Inn and Resort, Downingtown Country Club continues its traditional commitment to quality, service and uncompromising excellence. Recent renovations have enhanced the overall elegance and stature of the Club while preserving its warm and welcoming qualities. Design and decor changes have upgraded the banquet, meeting and wedding venues to enrich your experience.
"Small ponds and creeks bring water into play on 11 holes, and a variety of both new and old trees work together to pinch many of the fairways. Although the course is friendly to most players, it isn't a pushover. The key to scoring well is to think before you swing. In short, Chapel Hill is the perfect textbook to use if you want to take a class in Course Management 101."
We offer premier playing conditions, tranquil beauty, and unsurpassed customer service. Stretching 6,826 yards with a par 72, the majestic layout takes full advantage of its dramatic elevation changes and skillful design features presenting a worthy challenge to golfers of all levels.
Welcome to Blackwood Golf Course: Located on 140 acres in beautiful Berks County in southeastern PA, Blackwood Golf Course has been challenging golfers for over 30 years. Designed by William F. Gordon in 1970, it features elevated greens surrounded by large bunkers. This scenic course has tree-lined fairways, but they are typically wide open. The greens are large and medium speed. Water comes into play on three holes, making for an interesting back nine.
Arrowhead Golf Course has come a long way since that first nine holes in '54. The course now boasts 27 meticulously groomed holes, tee-to-green asphalt cart paths, manicured roughs, elevated greens, set in the rolling hills of rural Berks County. This mature course has tree lined fairways, including 2,500 Norwegian Pines planted back in the early '70s. The fairways are mixtures of Kentucky Blue and Perennial Rye, and the greens are bent grass, all irrigated with automatic sprinklers. Greenskeeper Steve Beidler has a degree from Rutgers University, and takes great pride in keeping the course perfect. Vernon Keller is the Crew Chief and Chief of Maintenance. Since John passed away in 2000, Arrowhead Golf Course is now owned and managed by John's wife Florence and third generation daughter Valerie. They are proud to carry on Donald and John's tradition of high quality greenskeeping, strict rules of golf etiquette, and making sure that a good time is had by all. There are actually two different courses, the nine hole Blue Course and the eighteen hole Red & White course. The Blue Course is a regulation par 35 course, at 2,505 yards, with one par 5 and two par 3's. It is a mature course that sits among the Allsort-Conglomerate rock and tree-lined fairways which provide a gorgeous scenery to this area. It is great for advanced players who want to sharpen up their iron game, and very forgiving for beginners. Golfers may play a round of nine, two rounds for 18, or a mixed eighteen of nine on the Blue Course and nine more on the Red course. The Red & White course is a longer course, but still nestled in the trees that are native to this picturesque area. It is a par 71, 6,002 yard course, with four par 5s and five par 3s, one of which is 245 yards. Several beautiful ponds and streams come into play on about a third of the holes on the course. Florence and Valerie invite you to visit Arrowhead and find out why they are one of the leading public golf courses in Southeastern Pennsylvania.
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