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Golf in Southeast Pennsylvania
Pennsylvania is home to some of the best golf courses in the country. In every corner of the state, you’ll find hundreds of courses to choose from at all playing levels. From the most challenging pro-designed links, to the perfect public course for a lazy Sunday afternoon. What makes Pennsylvania golf courses different is the variety of terrains throughout the state from limestone creeks to rolling hills to mountains to even a Great Lake.
Outside the City of Brotherly Love (Philadelphia), it’s hard not to get lost in a sea of rolling green hills that make this classic golf country. It’s home to some of the most famous clubs in the world, plus some of the finest public holes around. Try your play at:
Wyncote Golf Club located in Oxford, PA and nestled amidst the rolling farmlands of Chester County, Wyncote is consistently rated among the region’s best courses. The “Heathlands” style course was designed by award-winning architect Brian Ault and rewards golfers with the finest playing conditions available. Bent grass covers the course from the tees to the greens.
Honeybrook Golf Club located in Honey Brook, PA, Honeybrook sits along the historic West Branch of the Brandywine Creek, among the Amish farms of Chester County. The course is a mixture of wind-swept links, tree-lined fairways and subtle elevation changes that combine natural beauty and a great golf layout.
Moccasin Run located in Atglen, the countryside escape is a peaceful public golf course named in homage to the Shawnee and Nanticoke Indians that once lived here. The open, fun, and casual atmosphere sets the tone for a laid-back outing outdoors.
To find a course, go to www.golfinpa.com. Divided by regions, you’ll find numerous courses to select from. For more courses in Pennsylvania's Southeast Region, click here.
Make it a “stay and play” at a nearby bed and breakfast.