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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Erie Golf Club -- Erie Golf Course - lots of hills!
Review by: Gary Erie Golf Course is hilly to say the least. Although, not a bad course if you want to work on blind approach shots and the art of hitting smaller sized greens. I find it to be a good beginning of the season course to play, because it's cheap and fairly easy to get on to play, without a tee time. Twilight fees are great, $10 after 5pm. Can't beat it! There are some holes that are truely challenging. Some of these include holes #4, #5, #8, #12, #14 and maybe #15 as well. All in all, I would recommend playing this course a few times, just so that you can appreciate a flat course! Have fun.........
From Erie, PA




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