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Players at every level will find our outstanding golf course enjoyable and beautifully maintained. Founded in 1916 and originally designed by famous golf course architect William S. Flynn, our course features a unique and competitive layout that incorporates the natural landscape into its design for our members. Our course superintendent and staff work year around to make sure that our private course is one of the premier golfing destinations for our members, their guests, and your next golf event.






One of the most respected and influential of the "Philadelphia School" of golf course design, our original course designer William S. Flynn was a prominent Philadelphia architect who designed nearly 60 courses in his lifetime. Flynn was a master at course routings and his designs have earned him a permanent place with golf's greatest designers. Our course reflects some of his most iconic ideas such as incorporating beautiful vistas while providing the players with a unique variety of setups. Course expansions continue to incorporate Flynn's vision and ideas into the course as it exists today.




Welcome Guests

We ask you to take a few moments to review all guest information on this page regarding dress & etiquette standards, golf policies, and mobile device guidelines. Our clubhouse, facilities, and our exquisite 18 hole course is open only to our members, their guests and golf events hosted on our course.

Members are responsible for their guest’s compliance with all guidelines while using the Club. Generally, golf shorts, slacks, or golf skirts are always acceptable attire. Please click here for more details regarding our dress & etiquette standards. Cell phones are permitted with certain rules on Club grounds. Please take a moment to review our cell phone policy on our guest information page.

The bag drop is located on the second clubhouse entrance. All members and guests must check in the golf shop and our staff will provide any needed direction help before play. All cart users must obey all restrictions on cart operations. Carts must not be driven on or near the tees, greens, or green aprons. Carts should be parked between the green and the next tee whenever possible, but never in the fairway in front of the green. For additional information regart golf carts, members can refer to the members policy page and guests should refer to our cart path policy or a member of our golf staff.





Patrick Shine
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Greg Marsala
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