Downingtown Pennsylvania Golf Courses

Downingtown Country Club


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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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Jeffersonville Golf Club -- Love the new "Jeff"
Review by: Jim Played Jeffersonville GC twice in May 2004. Hadn't played there since 1996. Went back to see how the restoration work had gone, since the course was discovered to be a Donald Ross design. In short, they've done a wonderful job. The course is in generally better condition (improved irrigation). The bunker work they've done has really made the course fun to look at. Many of the bunkers have brows, and the rough on the slope leading down to the sand has been allowed to grow, creating a kind of old-time look to the course, which I happen to like. Work seems to have been done to the greens to make them more undulating; they're not closely mown, however; otherwise they'd be really tough. Finally, they did some rerouting to have the course finish on tougher holes. Still, Jeff is a highly playable course for a 14-hdcp like me. It's a par 70. From the back, the rating/slope/yardage is 69.6/119/6443; the middle, 68.2/114/6150. Nice folks in the pro shop, too. I paid $22 on a weekday afternoon (tremendous value), and would happily pay $30 during prime time.
From Minnesota




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