The West course at Hershey Country Club is a 1930 Maurice McCarthy design that most famously hosted the 1940 PGA Championship, won by Byron Nelson when he defeated Sam Snead 1 UP in the final match.
In creating the course at French Creek Golf Club in 2003, Gil Hanse routed the fairways around a number of wetland areas on a rolling property that lies an hour’s drive west of Philadelphia.
Designed by Brian Ault, the verdant appearance of the 18-hole layout at Wyncote Golf Club has been described as “a lush carpet of bent grass covering the entire course”.
The 18-hole layout at Green Valley Country Club originally started out as a public layout named Marble Hall Golf Course. Designed and operated for twenty years by local architect William Flynn, it was sold to Green Valley in 1944.
The course at Totteridge Golf Club is a new millennium Rees Jones offering that’s long, difficult and - as you might expect from the Open Doctor - very well bunkered.
With fairways routed around a housing development next to the meandering Rock Creek, The Links at Gettysburg brings water into play on many of its holes, with dramatic red rock cliffs forming the backdrop to some of these.
Carved from a 1,500-acre forest of oak and white pine trees, the course at the Toftrees Golf Resort is a 1968 Ed Ault design. Measuring all of 7,107 yards with a slope of 140, it’s a tough track to tame.
St. Davids Golf Club moved to its current location in 1927, when Donald Ross set out a new course for the members. Brian Silva renovated all the bunkers in 1994 and Ron Prichard has since conducted a new millennium course restoration.
A private operation for almost a century, Berkleigh Golf Club became a public facility in 2007. The course was an LPGA Tour stop from 1996 to 2004, hosting the Betsy King Classic.
The Shawnee Inn and Golf Resort is located in the foothills of the Pocono Mountains, by the flowing waters of the Delaware River, where it opened up in 1911 as the Buckwood Inn.