18 Hole Golf Course
Olde Homestead Golf Club proudly offers an award-winning 18-Hole Championship Course which is open to the general public. With continuous cart paths that literally go over the river and through the woods, along with some that follow the rolling hills of Pennsylvania's countryside, Olde Homestead's 18-Hole Course is truly one to be seen. This links style course is also home to several aspects of Olde Homestead's ancestral heritage including a summer kitchen from the original 1700's homestead, a restored one-room schoolhouse, and a pair of drive-through corn cribs.
Olde Homestead's 18-Hole daily fee course was designed by Jim Blaukovitch Associates and opened in 1995. Each hole features five tee boxes making the course fair and enjoyable for scratch golfers and high handicappers alike. Our rye-grass fairways are fairly wide and trees are typically not a factor in play. Greens are medium speed with a fair (but not excessive) number of green-side bunkers.
Challenges include water hazards, which come into play on 10 of the 18 holes, and undulating bent-grass greens, many with three tiers. The course features an above-average number of fairway bunkers and a defined cut of deep rough which can add strokes to your score if you're not careful.
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To get the most out of your Olde Homestead experience we recommend that you play from the tee box that most closely coincides with your level of play. So decide which tee box is right for you:
USGA RULES GOVERN ALL PLAY EXCEPT WHERE MODIFIED BY THE FOLLOWING:
-All paved surfaces, bridges (outside of a hazard), buildings, newly planted staked trees, 150-yard grasses, and fences not surrounding the course are immovable obstructions.
-Relief: One club length from nearest point of relief, no nearer the hole, without penalty. All un-mowed areas may be played as lateral hazards.
-Player must proceed to designated drop area after hitting tee shot into hazard on hole 4.
-Player may use point of entry on the right side out-of-bounds of hole 5 and drop no nearer the hole with a 1 stroke penalty (an additional option to the rule of golf).
-Player may elect to proceed to designated drop area after hitting tee shot into hazard on holes 10 and 16.
FOR THE ENJOYMENT OF ALL GOLFERS PLEASE OBSERVE THE FOLLOWING:
-Player assistants and starters are provided for the benefit of all golfers. Golfers must follow their instructions.
-Replace divots, repair ball marks on greens, and rake bunkers after play.
-Golf carts must stay on path around tees and greens, all par 3s, and hole 7.
-Wetlands are protected. PLEASE DO NOT DISTURB! Players may not play out of protected wetlands.
-You are responsible for keeping pace with the group in front of you. Please play without delay.
-Soft spikes only.