Downingtown Pennsylvania Golf Courses

Downingtown Country Club


Featured Golf Course Review:
Downingtown Country Club -- Not bad
Review by: Kevin Marsh Played 2 courses in PA while on business there in Sept. 2003. The area was hit very hard by rain and flooding the days previous. I thought the course was in pretty darn good shape considering. THe course layout itself was a bit better than average. It is a bit of back and forth golf though, considering the club is landlocked. 17 was very interesting, while the front nine didn't have many memorable holes. THe management was very nice in helping a single join up with someone to play.
From Little Rock, AR

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Pine Hills Country Club - Pitch & Putt Course -- Great staff and the Price is Right!
Review by: Greg Pine Hills is easy on the game and the wallet. Playing this course allows you to take risks and still have fun when you don't accomplish your objectives. Play from the tips to get a truer yardage accuracy. This course has come a long way. (They did not have yardage markers and fairways at one time!) BEST IS YOU CAN PLAY WITHOUT A TEETIME, EXCEPT WEEKENDS (and even then you can squeeze in fore eighteen as a single or double). Be accurate with your approach shots and you'll be rewarded. The greens appear to have a lot of break but don't. You're better off being straight and firm. The staff is the best, the 19th hole has great burgers and chili dogs (slow service, though). Play Pine Hills! You'll enjoy yourself (as long as you listen for the regular "fores!" coming from the distance).
From Pittston, PA




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