Built in 1969, this course features elevated greens, sparkling lakes, and more than 100 bunkers. Designer George Fazio captured the natural beauty of central Pennsylvania’s countryside with views that golfers can appreciate on every hole. The 7,061-yard par 71 has a rating of 74.5 and slope of 136.
Designed by Maurice McCarthy in 1930, this course is a classic example of a traditional American-style layout. The signature hole is the par-3 fifth that features spectacular scenery with High Point Mansion, Milton S. Hershey’s former home, as backdrop. The 6,860-yard, par 73 has a rating of 72.6 and slope of 130.
Featuring traditional links-style golf with flowing fescue grasses, Hershey Links is a par 72 with five sets of tees to accommodate every level of golfer. The challenging course stretches along 175 peaceful acres and is accented by many features that impact strategy, including ponds and creeks, pot bunkers, and multi-level greens.
Mr. Hershey built the original nine-hole course in 1932 as the first course in the United States open to players under age 18. Completely renovated in 2006, the course remains beginner-friendly, with a second set of tees to create an 18-hole experience as well.