Top 5 Philly Golf Courses

 

It’s the Spring season and we are only one month away from the first day of Summer so we all need as many ways to get outdoors as possible! Something you may not know about the Philly area, is that we have some of the most historical and valuable greens to golf on on! Take a look at the top Philly courses we found!

 

Merion Golf Club (East)

Everything beautiful and green that screams “golf”. This private golf course is located 15 miles outside of Philadelphia in Haverford Township.Even ranked No. 6 on the Golf Digest’s America’s 100 Greatest Golf Courses 2017-18!

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The Golf Course at Glen Mills

 

Public and one of the best! Located in the historical Thornbury Township, this is one Pennsylvania’s finest and award winning places to golf! A Bobby Weed design! Check it out for a 18-hole golf day!

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The Wissahickon Golf Course

 

Located on our nation’s old country club, The Philadelphia Cricket Club! Founded in the 1800s, this is one of the best and privately owned! In 1897 when the Golf Association of Philadelphia was formed, the Club was of the main founding members! In 1920, what is now known as the Wissahickon Golf Course was developed! The Club is now used for wedding and other events too!

Image from: Philadelphia PGA

 

Aronimink Country Club

 

One of the top ten golf courses in America, the Aronimink Country Club is located right in Delaware County, PA! In 1926, the club was moved to this location while Donald Ross, a Scottish professional helped design the course! This September the Aronimink will be hosting the 2018 BMW Championship!

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Huntingdon Valley Country Club

 

Located 7 miles northeast of Philly, this is one of our most exceptional swim, tennis, and GOLF clubs with upscale services and dining! With 27 holes and play that began in 1927 this is one of our most valuable greens! Design by the famous golf course architect, William Flynn.

Image from: Golf Course Rankings

 

-Cailyn Charlesworth


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