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.

19971997 Penn Masters Saturday Results