Hershey Country Club
HERSHEY Country Club has two spectacular and distinctive 18-hole courses: The 7,061-yard, par-71 East Course designed by George Fazio in 1970, and the 6,860-yard, par 73 West Course designed by Maurice McCarthy circa 1930.
HERSHEY Country Club also offers a complete practice facility, including a short game practice area with bunkers, a 35 station driving range, and putting green.
Hershey Links (formerly Wren Dale Golf Club) stretches along 175 acres of natural bluffs and ravines that create a peaceful setting, while providing ample shot-making challenges. Five sets of tees accommodate every level of golfer, with the Bentgrass greens, fairways, and tees accented throughout the course by tall, golden-brown fescues.
Hershey has received national accolades for golf: recognized by Golf Magazine as a Silver Medal Resort, by Travel + Leisure Golf as among the World's Best Resorts for families, and since 1999, ranked by Golf Digest among the top 50 golf resorts in the U.S.
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